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dollarbill 06-28-2011 06:03 PM

what to do for 750?
 
If any of the sperienced guys on the forum have sperience with large parties please lemme know. I got a chance at a gig for 750. Not sure how to bid it and also how to serve it. The job will be for a large company.... I was thinkin one meat to keep it simple but i'm not even sure what they want yet. Thanks for any help. db





Woops sorry this was supposed to go under catering corner.............. :oops:

Pigs On The Wing BBQ 06-29-2011 01:29 AM

Re: what to do for 750?
 
Do pulled pork, and slaw. 3 oz of pork. 1/2 Oz of slaw on a kisser roll. Some will take more, some less. I'd go $8.00 a head. (min.) $10.00 per head if I could get it. Get yourself a 3oz scoop. It's about 4 ounces when your slamming out a sandwich. Goofy scoops are your best friend.

BigAL 08-03-2011 05:55 AM

Re: what to do for 750?
 
Portion control will be very important as well as plenty of staff. When you have enough people, have that same amount on stand-by.

Sounds like alot of work.....and alot of fun. Good luck!

dollarbill 08-03-2011 10:11 AM

Re: what to do for 750?
 
I had to turn it down. They wanted 3 meats a few sides, drink stations and alot of other requests. I just don't have the refrigeration for a gig that big yet. I will be going to the gig to see how someone else pulls it off tho. I cant wait to see that.

bigwheel 08-03-2011 12:16 PM

Re: what to do for 750?
 
Yeppers as great great granny Marie Wheeler Antoinette could sometimes be heard saying.."Let them eat cake."

dollarbill 08-03-2011 04:48 PM

Re: what to do for 750?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bigwheel
Yeppers as great great granny Marie Wheeler Antoinette could sometimes be heard saying.."Let them eat cake."

hahahaa! yep.



I might hope to get it next year if I think I can pull it off.


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