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One thing you are right about is the BUNS... OH MY I have had some buns at places that are out of this world!!!

 

The only thing that SAMS and Restaurant Depot carry are your typical kind available in any Grocery store which just doesn't cut it for me...

 

We have so many BAKERYS here in STL, I guess I just nee to do my homework and get out....

 

For now tho, I will ASSUME that my customers will be using Grocery Buns and stick with the 5.5oz serving idea

 

 

THNX for the feedback

post #22 of 25
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BTW, did anyone figure out a definitive answer to how much Pulled Pork Yields???

6oz or closer to 8oz is a normal PP serving???

 

Whats the Shrinkage on BUTTS??? I get mostly Bone-in


Shrinkage can very 55 to 65%...on low and slow I nearly always get 65%. (boneless)

 

I assume you are asking about portion size? Many factors. How many other meats are being served? How many sides? Even brand name products very too....Older people or construction guys

 

I'm more than happy to answer any catering questions anyone has.

 

Take Care

 

Gordon
 

post #23 of 25
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Heres a link to a guy about a hour away from me. His food isnt bad. Didnt like his chicken. His prices are in there too. http://www.backyardbbq.com/catering.html

Hello,

 

My name is Gordon from Backyardbbq.com. I kept seeing this link to here in my stats so I had to check it out...Of course smoking meat is near and dear to my heart. So this will be  another place to talk Q...

 

While I'm here, could you possibly tell me the reason(s) you didnt like the chicken...Rub? Texture? etc...I'm always looking for feedback...Thanks in advance. 

 

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Originally Posted by bmudd14474 View Post

Heres a link to a guy about a hour away from me. His food isnt bad. Didnt like his chicken. His prices are in there too. http://www.backyardbbq.com/catering.html

Hello,

 

My name is Gordon from Backyardbbq.com. I kept seeing this link to here in my stats so I had to check it out...Of course smoking meat is near and dear to my heart. So this will be  another place to talk Q...

 

While I'm here, could you possibly tell me the reason(s) you didnt like the chicken...Rub? Texture? etc...I'm always looking for feedback...Thanks in advance. 

 

Gordon,

 

Welcome to SMF. Glad to see you finally made it here. I had your food at a wedding you catered and you were under the gun to get the food out by the brides parents. When I had the chicken the rub just over whelmed the chicken. I dont remember the spice but there was one just didn't do it for me. The skin was also like rubber but I think that was because you were rushed. The beef you had was good. The meatballs were good. I really liked the mac n cheese. I hope that helps you out and I hope to see you around these parts more. 
 

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Quote:
Originally Posted by bmudd14474 View Post

Heres a link to a guy about a hour away from me. His food isnt bad. Didnt like his chicken. His prices are in there too. http://www.backyardbbq.com/catering.html

Hello,

 

My name is Gordon from Backyardbbq.com. I kept seeing this link to here in my stats so I had to check it out...Of course smoking meat is near and dear to my heart. So this will be  another place to talk Q...

 

While I'm here, could you possibly tell me the reason(s) you didnt like the chicken...Rub? Texture? etc...I'm always looking for feedback...Thanks in advance. 

 

Gordon,

 

Welcome to SMF. Glad to see you finally made it here. I had your food at a wedding you catered and you were under the gun to get the food out by the brides parents. When I had the chicken the rub just over whelmed the chicken. I dont remember the spice but there was one just didn't do it for me. The skin was also like rubber but I think that was because you were rushed. The beef you had was good. The meatballs were good. I really liked the mac n cheese. I hope that helps you out and I hope to see you around these parts more. 
 


Thanks for the welcome...and for the feedback. We have changed the rub for the chicken just because of that reason. too strong. The Spice must have been the Honey Mustard rub. If I remember serving time was changed and that most likely caused the rubbery skin. Thanks again...I will be stopping by more often...take care.
 

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