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Suggestions on my weekend cook

I was supposed to cook for my in-laws sunday but now the list has grown.  They were coming over in part for the Bears game and to see the grandkids Christmas haul...  now the wife's aunt and uncle and 2 kids are coming(teenagers)....

 the plan was no formal dinner but just cook up some food and eat whenever during the game.  I originally planned on doing a couple of chickens but the menu has grown.

debating whether to do 6 racks of ribs and 2 spatched chickens or a couple of butts and a couple of chickens.  I don't want to do an overnight cook with a butt but haven't done a turbo but yet and hate to experiment.. 

at the same time the butts could be done plenty early if I did go  turbo and I can throw the chickens on almost when they get there...  I guess I could ftc the ribs as well?

 any thoughts?  doesn't appear I have to do sides at this point in time



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