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    Default Need help what should I do?

    Well it's DS 1st birthday on Saturday and the cash is tight, I'm still yet to buy him the perfect gift ullhair: and then there's the food.
    We have around 50 guests and I'm debating on doing a BBQ with sausages and hamburgers or a spit.
    I'm absolutely hopeless in knowing prices etc but my hubby is excellent with organizing a spit and knowing his prices.
    How much would you get for sausages and hamburgers? Eg 1 kg sausages 30 Hamburgers.
    Or would it just be cheaper to do a spit (we have our own spit etc)
    I think I'm just in a tizz about it all at the moment.
    Me 36 & He 45
    DSD 16
    DS 4
    DD 2
    June 11th 2010
    Decided to give it another shot, lets see if we can welcome number 3 into the world.

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    If money is tight, I'd probably stick with the spit and maybe some cheap sausages- no more than $15 for about 2 dozen I would think.

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    Thank you both, yep I'm leaning more to the spit, I think it will turn out cheaper but I think it also looks a bit better to serve for a first birthday
    Now that's over I'm still thinking of a gift sigh I'm such the procrastinator lol
    Me 36 & He 45
    DSD 16
    DS 4
    DD 2
    June 11th 2010
    Decided to give it another shot, lets see if we can welcome number 3 into the world.


 

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