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Greetings from Gridley

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Anyone in my area?

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Rick530 with the Lang 60, right?!  There are some members in your area but their names escape me right now.  I'm in Roseville.  I end up your way on occasion when I get my cargo trailer serviced just down the road from you in Live Oak. 

 

So, what's smokin' on the Lang?  

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Sat did 25lbs St. Louis ribs

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Rick530, we're just down the road here in Knights Landing. How'd those ribs turn out?
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Rick530, we're just down the road here in Knights Landing. How'd those ribs turn out?

Cool! Ribs turned out well and did these Sat for the Mayweather fight.

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We have over 50 people showing up for brisket and ribs in mid October. How much do you think we should put on?
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With sides, common guidance is 1/3 lb meat per person.  If it was me, two packer briskets and 15 racks of ribs (4 bones per person), but I always over cook for events.  You'd be fine with one packer and 15 racks, but I NEVER want to have just enough food.  The last thing I want to worry about is portion control.  It's in my Italian blood.  Send any leftovers home with folks in aluminum foil.  Whenever I announce "who wants to take the leftovers home" you'd think I said "Free $100 bills here!"  There's always such a rush. 

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With sides, common guidance is 1/3 lb meat per person.  If it was me, two packer briskets and 15 racks of ribs (4 bones per person), but I always over cook for events.  You'd be fine with one packer and 15 racks, but I NEVER want to have just enough food.  The last thing I want to worry about is portion control.  It's in my Italian blood.  Send any leftovers home with folks in aluminum foil.  Whenever I announce "who wants to take the leftovers home" you'd think I said "Free $100 bills here!"  There's always such a rush. 

I agree, I'd rather have to much rather than not enough food. I typically go 1 pound of meat per person as most of the guys who roam my place for BBQ's are big eaters.

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I missed you bro.
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I missed you bro.

Things have been so hectic here with the drought

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