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prime rib
janie
10/08/09
I know I new to your site and I think it is alsome my question is I am having 50TH Annversiry for my Aunt and Uncle we are fixing prime rib and deep fried turkey and mash patotoes, squash and green beans rolls and dessert .I look at you at your scalle of how to figure out how much of each meat but Iguess Iam a dummy cause I dont get it. please tell me how much prime rib and how much deep fried turkey it its for 300 we will serve them .all of the grandkids are waiting on them as if we were the cater please help?
ellen
10/08/09
If it is bone in prime rib, 1/2 pound raw is the minimum, a bit less if it is boneless. Add 1/2 pound whole raw turkey per person.

Turkey fryers are quite dangerous around kids. be careful.

ellen
10/09/09
That means for this menu for 300 people, you start with 150 pounds bone in standing rib, or about 125 pounds boneless, PLUS 150 pounds whole raw turkey. Turkeys that weigh under 18 pounds have better meat and are easier to handle in the fryers than larger turkeys.
 
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