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Unread 03-01-2012, 01:33 PM   #1
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Question How many wings?

A lady my wife works with has asked me to do pulled pork and wings for her husbands birthday party. Be 20 people.

Figure 4 oz pulled pork for sammies x2 cause I always figure people will eat 2 because it is so good;-)

Never done wings before for big group. I was thinking 6 drum/wing sections per person?

What you guys think?
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If the group your cooking for is all men, then your numbers are good. If you have a mix, then you might be a little heavy, but since it is only 20 people your overage will not be too high. I am assuming the 4oz is cooked not raw and there will be other items to eat besides pork and wings.
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yes mixed crowd and that is 4 oz cooked. I would rather be left overs than not enough
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Don't forget tha 4oz cooked equals 8oz. raw.
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