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Oz or Lb per person - brisket? [message #816437] Tue, 05 April 2016 09:53 Go to next message
Jamie
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Registered: April 2005
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What would be considered a "serving" average when buying for a number of individuals (from teen to old lady). There's a place in town that sells ready made, to die for, cooked/sliced brisket...I *may* want to do a cheat for an upcoming dinner and am wondering how much I should order. Knowing a teen boy will eat more than an elderly woman, I'm wondering if there is a rule of thumb calculation I can use to order. I plan on hosting several meals this year, and want to have a way to shop without wasting pennies (don't mind leftovers if reasonable) but definitely don't want to come up short, either.


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Re: Oz or Lb per person - brisket? [message #816439 is a reply to message #816437 ] Tue, 05 April 2016 12:51 Go to previous message
Pam J.
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Registered: April 2005
Location: Georgia
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I have no idea but I'd suggest you ask the folks that are selling it. I'm sure they have an idea of how much per person. I did this with a barbecue place when I was preparing for a rehearsal dinner. I told them what I wanted and how many people I needed to feed. They sold me what I needed.
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