- How many pounds of BBQ Do I need to feed 50 people?
- How much pulled BBQ per person?
- How many sandwiches will 10 pounds of pulled pork make?
- How much pulled pork do I need for 30?
- How many people will 1lb of BBQ feed?
- How many pounds of BBQ will feed 150 people?
- How much food do you need for a BBQ?
- How much brisket do I need for 6 people?
- How many pounds of BBQ do I need for 8 people?
- What sides to bring to BBQ?
- What is a good time to start a BBQ party?

## How many pounds of BBQ Do I need to feed 50 people?

A healthy serving, considering people will usually be eating on a bun and/or with side dishes is 6-8 oz.

So, for 50 people, I would go for 8 oz.

per person (leftovers are great and freeze well), so you would need 50 lb.

or so, which would reduce down to 28 lbs or so of finished product..

## How much pulled BBQ per person?

For pulled pork, the standard rule of thumb is one-third to one-half pound of meat per person. When cooked and shredded, a bone-in pork shoulder will lose around 40 percent of its weight. For example, a raw 10-pound pork shoulder (or two 5-pounders) will yield about 6 pounds of finished meat, serving 12 to 18 people.

## How many sandwiches will 10 pounds of pulled pork make?

30 sandwichesThe Meat A whole butt can weigh in at 10 pounds, which yields enough pork for around 30 sandwiches. Pulled pork improves after a day in the fridge, so if that changes your mind about leftovers, make the whole thing. But you can always ask your butcher to cut a smaller portion.

## How much pulled pork do I need for 30?

Generally, allow four to five ounces of boneless meat for each guest at lunch. Plan for a bit more meat, about five to seven ounces, if you’re serving dinner to your crowd. For a party of 30 to 40 people, this works out to be nine to 12 pounds of pulled pork for lunch, and 13 to 17 pounds for dinner.

## How many people will 1lb of BBQ feed?

4 peopleA normal serving on a catering (if you are not cooking for big eaters) is 4 oz. …or 4 people to the pound. When feeding big eaters, you generally figure 3 people to the pound. Glenn wants to feed 40 people. 40 people x 4 oz = 160 oz divided by 16 oz to a pound.

## How many pounds of BBQ will feed 150 people?

150 people @ 1/4 pp = 37.5 lbs cooked = 75 lbs raw of each meat. Visit Bbq Bubba’s homepage! Assuming 6 oz.

## How much food do you need for a BBQ?

Mains. For protein-centric parties: plan on serving each adult 6 to 8 ounces of meat or seafood total for their main course. Smaller grill staples like hot dogs, ribs, chicken legs and thighs each run 1 1/2 to 4 ounces each, allowing for more variety on your guests’ plates.

## How much brisket do I need for 6 people?

Generally, butchers recommend calculating about ½ pound per person, uncooked weight. I always get at least two pounds over the recommended amount, which allow for guests taking larger portions, and will hopefully leave you with some nice leftovers.

## How many pounds of BBQ do I need for 8 people?

A good rule of thumb is to count on about ⅓ pound of cooked meat for each person for a main. This amount may vary between ½ pound if your guests are big eaters or you don’t have many sides, to ¼ pound if your sides are generous.

## What sides to bring to BBQ?

The Definitive Ranking of Cookout SidesPotato Salad.Coleslaw. … Zucchini. … Couscous Salad. … Quinoa Salad. … Grilled Artichokes. You’re trying too hard. … Bean Salad. Salads as a whole have a bad rep. … A Green Salad. Oh come on. … More items…•

## What is a good time to start a BBQ party?

Starting your barbecue in the late afternoon such as 4 or 5pm will give you the best chance of attracting families with children if it’s a family-friendly event. If you don’t want the barbecue to last well into the evening, start your barbecue mid-afternoon around 2:00 or 3:00 PM.