Ok, In 2 weeks i have to cook for 150 people at a wedding reception. The theme is a western wedding with pulled pork and brunswick stew. I sought advise last week about how much i would need to cook. By my estimates for 150 people im going to need about 55 pounds of pulled pork. considering 40% loss i think i need about 90 pounds of BB's. I have 12 BB averaging about 8 pounds each. Found them on sale here locally for 89cents/lb. The question i now have is when do i cook these. The wedding is a 2pm wedding so probably will be eating around 2:45 on a saturday afternoon. I have the friday before the wedding off and i also have this friday off and the weekend but im going to the nascar allstar race in charlotte on saturday so i would only have sunday to do any cooking ahead. I know how well pulled pork reheats after being frozen so my question is do i cook some of these the weekend before and the cook some on the friday before the wedding and then mix all together or would you try to cook everything on the friday before. I just hate to have something go wrong on the friday and then be stuck with not enough food but i dont want people eating dried out pork either. I will have an xl, 2 larges and a small to do all the cooking. Any advise for the best product and most succesful cook would be appreciated. I am however doing the parts for the stew, chicken, beef, pork, ahead of time and freezing then putting together in the stew the morning of.