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phil c
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Pulled pork for 300 Reply with quote

How much raw would you start with?
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

300 x 5.33 x 2 / 16 = 200 lb

Or 300 x 4 x 2 / 16 = 150 lb
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's a more ambitious cook than I've ever attempted. Most I've ever catered for (BBQ or not) is 75. Best of luck!
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy wrote:
300 x 5.33 x 2 / 16 = 200 lb

Or 300 x 4 x 2 / 16 = 150 lb


Does that equal out to:
#of people
# of oz. Per serving
# of servings per serving
Divide by 16 to get pounds?
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

castrovillecowboy wrote:
SoEzzy wrote:
300 x 5.33 x 2 / 16 = 200 lb

Or 300 x 4 x 2 / 16 = 150 lb


Does that equal out to:
#of people
# of oz. Per serving
# of servings per serving
Divide by 16 to get pounds?


300 guests
5.33 = 3 servings per lb
4 = 4 servings per lb
2 = 50% Yield
/ 16 for lbs

http://www.thesmokering.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6531 my catering planner, open it with Microsoft Office Excel or with Open Office Calc.
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phil c
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Bear!
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy - Holy crap man! I work with excel regularly and I couldn't imagine how many hours of work went into that spreadsheet! Thank you so much for sharing that! Absolutely amazing!

One adjustment I did make to it though, for your consideration as well, is I tilted the 2 sections on line 15 and 83 at a 45 degree angle for easier reading. You can do this by highlighting the line, and then, depending on your excel version (mine's 2013) there will be an icon with a lowercase 'ab' and an arrow under it. Just a suggestion. Thanks again for this massive spreadsheet!
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Filson, there's somewhere around 670 hours in the spreadsheet, spread over a couple / three years.
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PostPosted: Mar 17 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy wrote:
Thanks Filson, there's somewhere around 670 hours in the spreadsheet, spread over a couple / three years.


Good lord, I'd believe it. Truly generous of you to share it freely bud, thank you so much!
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