Hi guys! This is my first post here. I'm definitely not new to smoking but I'm definitely not a pro by any means. A couple of years ago my husband bought me a GrillPro cabinet smoker. Now I know this is not a top of the line smoker by any means and pretty small potatoes, but it performs well for basic smoking needs. This is my third season using it. I also had a small barrel smoker that was given to me in pretty bad shape that finally bit the dust this year. I'm having a large party on May 23rd and of course Id like to serve some good old smoky BBQ. But, only having this small cabinet smoker, I cannot smoke enough food in one sitting to serve 60-75 people that will be showing up. I'm very much go big or go home so Id like to smoke a variety of meats for the offering. I'd like to do a 6-8 pound brisket, a nice large picnic roast, some chicken and turkey legs, maybe some ribs. My question is - I can't fit all that on my small potatoes smoker. There's no option to buy a bigger one between now and then. I've got all day the day before to smoke. Can pre smoked foods be served the next day and still taste delicious? What's the best way to reheat the next day? I'm thinking of smoking the brisket and picnic roast the day before, pulling the meat and putting it in foil pans. I'll smoke the ribs the morning of and finish in the oven (gasp) and then leave the chicken and turkey legs smoking during the party until meal time at 4. Think it can be done? How do I best reheat the previously smoked meat without drying it out?