A dramatic steak indeed, a porterhouse is similar to a T-bone but with a heartier portion of tenderloin filet. One porterhouse can feed a whole family.
Baby Back Ribs
You know you want them, and so do your friends and family. A few racks of ribs on the grill is sure to turn a hungry crowd into a happy crowd.
Kansas City Strip Steaks
These 8-ounce beauties could easily be cut in half to serve twice as many ... if you dare.
An unexpected swirl of cherry sauce is embedded in this succulent Sunflower-Encrusted Tenderloin, which is a nice surprise for every one of the 16 people it serves.
Paired with potatoes and something green, pork tenderloins are a familiar Midwestern classic for feeding a crowd. You can buy them marinated or add your own seasonings.
The ultimate crowd favorite, one 6- to 8-pound beef brisket is enough to feed 24 people. Although, that doesn't account for everyone wanting seconds—which they will.
There's a reason pulled pork is so popular among crowds. Two reasons actually: 1. It's easy 2. It's delicious. Plus you can make a little or a lot, depending on your roast size. A 9-pound bone-in Boston butt pork roast will yield about 36 4-ounce servings of shredded pork.
Inexpensive and really easy to do, grilling or roasting a whole chicken is always a winner at the dinner table.