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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    Good boy, like you said hes growing and knows whats good. i always cook a rack per adult male and one for each two women
    Man, you have some lumber jack hungry friends! That's a lot of ribs, but they go fast when they are good...and it sounds like yours are!

    I will occasionally cook baby backs for the Elks Lodge; I figure 12 ribs per rack, and three ribs per person. That works out about right, when you have nice, big thick ribs and they are accompanied with baked beans, Cole slaw and dessert. I cooked 18 slabs last time (quite a feat); served 16 and sold the two remaining as take-home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Man, you have some lumber jack hungry friends! That's a lot of ribs, but they go fast when they are good...and it sounds like yours are!

    I will occasionally cook baby backs for the Elks Lodge; I figure 12 ribs per rack, and three ribs per person. That works out about right, when you have nice, big thick ribs and they are accompanied with baked beans, Cole slaw and dessert. I cooked 18 slabs last time (quite a feat); served 16 and sold the two remaining as take-home.

    three ribs per person? Geezzzzz...that's a starvation diet!........When I'm eating ribs that's what iwat to eat, don't want pale no beans I WANT RIBS!

    I'm sure you set a great table, and would be fun to sample your cooking, may even turn out to be better than minel .....Naw
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    Thinking back to my brother's annual comunity pig roasts, which he recently discontinued...

    He built the grill from two 55 gallon drums. He raised hogs at the time, but since his wife named them all, he had to buy animals from a neighbor. We stayed up all night cooking the meat, but the result was worth it. Certainly was a great meal...
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