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- As much as fills a table.
2007 March 7, Peter Meehan, “The Big Apple May Never Be Known as the Big Sparerib, but It’s Smokin’”, in New York Times:
- It was a perverse amount of meat — enough to slay a tableful of hungry eaters and send everyone home with a to-go pack of smoky ’cue — and even with gas money figured in it was wildly cheaper than anything in the city.
as much as fills a table