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# conversion....

hey guys

I have a rub for 2 baby back ribs 5lbs total. So i want to use the rub for chicken drumsticks, how many drumsticks do you think i need to match 2 baby back ribs 5lbs or decently coat the drumsticks...

2 baby back ribs 5lbs total = ____ chicken drumstick

Thanks

Mulak

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That should be easy enough, Mulak. When you go to the store, pick the package(s) that total 5# or have the butcher provide you with 5#.

Just a guess that a drumstick might weigh about 4oz, you'd require 20.

So:
4oz=20
6oz=15
8oz=10
12oz=7-8
16oz=5

Ciao,
I hope my math's right. I haven't finished my first cup of coffee.
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I'm on the west coast, and the coffee is still brewing, but Steve is right on the money.
Always keep your calculations in the same form, ie ounces/pounds, or piece/piece, etc.
What kind of rub are you using? I just perfected a 10 minute marinade for chicken using, 2T balsamic vin, 1 Tsugar, 1/2 cup lime juice, and a tiny bit of oil, and any chopped fresh herb, that is awesome. The marinade time is the best!
Have a great day!
Off for coffee,
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