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Can anyone make a recommendation for how much brisket I should cook to feed 12-15 people (men and women, some heavy-eaters, some light) along with all the fixins? I've got one that weighs 3 lbs pre-cooked, but I'm worried that won't be enough...
 

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CoastalOutfitters said:
a half pound of cooked brisket avg. per person is plenty, the women will eat less
make alot of potato salad, beans, and slaw, that will fill em up
 

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your welcome


lay the table out with the , plates, side dishes first , then the bread , then the brisket last, old catering trick.................
 

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brisket

if you're going to smoke it, go for a 8lb untrimmed brisket. if you're baking a trimmed brisket, I'd go 1/3 to 1/2 lb per person.

Like they said LOTS of sides lol.
 

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There is a ton of info on this at www.texasbbqrub.com. Go to their forum and that's all that a bunch of those guys do is large or semi-large cooks. I am not affiliated with this company at all, I just like their rub and instructions and information.
 
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