Hey, everyone. Going to see the Yanks beat the Red Sox on Sunday with 5 friends. The 5 are counting on me to take care of the food since they know I go all out for Jets tailgates. I'm thinking of taking only the mini. Here's one idea that I think will work. We're planning on arriving at around 10ish. We're planning on heading into the stadium at about 12:30 so we have roughly 2.5 hours. Subtract a half hour of wasted time from BS'ing/misc occurrences and figure 2 hours of cooking.[p]One surefire way I can think of feeding 6 in 2 hours is to do 8-10 sausages on the mini at a low temp for about an hour. I'm thinking 10-15 minutes to start the mini then 45 minutes or so to do the sausages. I'm hoping to jam a pan of veggies on the grill to go along with the sausages to make make some good sandwiches (sausages + veggies + Q sauce = sammies). I'm thinking 10 sausages should easily make 6 sammies.[p]After this (maybe it's 11:30 by now) I'm thinking of opening up the grill for some burgers. I figure 5-10 minutes to get to burger temps then, say, 3 burgers at a time for 5-10 minutes each. Going by this, we should be done cooking by noon and have a half hour to eat/clean before walking into the stadium. I'm thinking of accompanying this with some homemade tater salad with a Julia Childs recipe I enjoy.[p]These people have never tried Egged food. My questions are 1)do you think this is a good basic plan and 2) any ideas for improvement?[p]I was also kicking around the idea of precooking some stuff on Saturday to simply reheat on Sunday for the game (ribs??? pork loin???). Also, maybe I can do a big london broil instead of or after the burgers??? Or maybe I can try and fit some wings in there, somewhere???[p]Any logistics ideas? I can always pick up a $10 charcoal grill for reheating or cooking non-essential foods....[p]Any ideas?[p]Thanks!