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Old 12-26-2020, 09:30 PM   #2
Rock'n B
Got Wood.

Join Date: 02-23-14
Location: DefuniakSprings, Fl.
Name/Nickname : Bruce

A good average is 6 to 8 ozs. of meat per person you have to take into consideration how many kids are in your total. Probably an average of 2 to 3 ozs. a person per side once again consider the number of men, women and children. Your brisket and turkey will be the most expensive to serve, the pork and chicken will be the least for your meats. If I were you I would figure your food costs based on this and that will help you determine pricing.

3-Cookshack FEC120's, Cookshack PG 1000, Cookshack CBO 36, pit barrel, drum, Boathouse reverse flow, little Red Box, Southern Pride SPX 300, Rec tec Bullseye and a 500 gallon offset. I had to sell a few so I could stay married but I got a rotisserie layed in the shop to start building. Can't give in to much, lol. Smoke on BBQ brothers.
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