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Old 11-05-2007, 11:40 AM   #1
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Here's what I Cooked and used this Summer

As ya'll know I did my first year to try and cater on the weekends for a full summer season. As I'm doing all my tallying I was happy to see I cooked almost a Ton and a Half of Meats this year.

I cooked about 140 Butts so that's about 1,000 lbs of Pork
http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/foodp...briskets03.jpg

I cooked about 110 Packs of chicken so that's about 1,500 pieces or 770 lbs of yardbird. http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/foodp...asywangs09.jpg

I cooked up about 255 Racks of Ribs so that's about 1,000 lbs of Ribs. http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/foodp...acksribs05.jpg

I only cooked a dozen Briskets. http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/foodp...briskets06.jpg

I used over 120 Bags of Kingsford and Rancher Charcoal so that's about 2,210 lbs. I may order a Pallet/Skid or [2] of Rancher Charcoal next year.

I will try for 3 - 4 times that amount next year as I am working on a deal to get me in a Kitchen this off season. Once I have a commercial kitchen things are going to take off...I believe.

Thanks again guys and gals for the encouragement.
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Mike,

All I can say is that I wish I was there eating!

Great job on all the cooks.
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Good deal, I'm not so happy with my season. I did about a ton of pork. I did turn down some whole hog cooks because of no help with the bull work. Not much chicken this year, there is a "new guy in town" doing it, but that's okay. There is enough out there for us all. Whole hog is a BIG thing around here, but I have a hard time putting a 150-200 pounder on the pit myself. getting too old for that. Oh the wife will help, blab, blab, yell,yell,yell, bitch,bitch,bitch. That's a lot of fun! And then she wonders why I crack a "pop" after the hog is on. NEVER CATER WITH YOUR WIFE!

200 or so pound hog was the best this year. Oh my back.
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Way to go Mike. Good luck with the kitchen and next year.
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Good deal, I'm not so happy with my season. I did about a ton of pork. I did turn down some whole hog cooks because of no help with the bull work. Not much chicken this year, there is a "new guy in town" doing it, but that's okay. There is enough out there for us all. Whole hog is a BIG thing around here, but I have a hard time putting a 150-200 pounder on the pit myself. getting too old for that. Oh the wife will help, blab, blab, yell,yell,yell, bitch,bitch,bitch. That's a lot of fun! And then she wonders why I crack a "pop" after the hog is on. NEVER CATER WITH YOUR WIFE!

200 or so pound hog was the best this year. Oh my back.
That's killer Pigs!!! I've never seen that done yet... Thanks for sharing!!!
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