PDA

View Full Version : Thinking about a big cook


Mrshaunyd
03-11-2018, 07:43 AM
I have been thinking for awhile about doing a rib cook for the first responders and military members in my area, but have never cooked more than 8 ribs at one time. So my question is ribs the way to go or should I go with a different meat? Iím using an Abeís 48 vertical

sfisch
03-11-2018, 08:29 AM
pork butts are economical and forgiving and yield a lot of quality product.
Who doesn't like a good pulled pork sandwich!
It's also a plus because you can cook it ahead of time and it reheats well.
Mix up some simple slaw and they will love you!

Hoss
03-11-2018, 08:31 AM
Pulled pork and chicken are the most bang for the buck and they are very forgiving as far as prep and cooking.Ribs for a crowd will get pretty pricey.

medic92
03-11-2018, 08:36 AM
Pork loins are another economical way to go and are also great if you're pushed for time. You can smoke them for a few hours to 150 degrees, sear them over direct heat and get great flavor. Each one will yield 25-30 slices depending on how thick you slice them and can make great sandwiches.