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QUANTITIES TO SERVE 100 PEOPLE

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QUANTITIES TO SERVE 100 PEOPLE

Postby lucky » Wed Mar 29, 2006 1:47 pm

QUANTITIES TO SERVE 100 PEOPLE
Coffee ................................................................................. 3 lbs. Tea.......................................................................................1 lb.
Sugar cubes .......................................................................... 3 lbs.
Cream ................................................................................ 3 qts.
Whipping Cream ................................................................. 4 pts.
Milk ................................................................................... 6 gals.
Fruit Cocktail ................................................................. 2 ½ gals.
Fruit Juice ................................................. 4 no. 10 cans (26 lbs.)
Tomato Juice ............................................ 4 no. 10 cans (26 lbs.)
Soup ................................................................................. 5 gals.
Oysters ............................................................................. 18 qts.
Weaners ........................................................................... 25 lbs.
Meat Loaf ......................................................................... 24 lbs.
Roast Pork ........................................................................ 40 lbs.
Hamburgers ................................................................. 30-36 lbs.
Chicken for Chicken Pie .................................................... 40 lbs.
Potatoes ........................................................................... 35 lbs.
Scalloped Potatoes ........................................................... 5 gals.
Vegetables ................................................ 4 no. 10 cans (26 lbs.)
Baked Beans .................................................................... 5 gals.
Beets ................................................................................ 30 lbs.
Cauliflower ........................................................................ 18 lbs.
Cabbage for Slaw ............................................................. 20 lbs.
Carrots ............................................................................. 33 lbs.
Bread ........................................................................... 10 loaves
Rolls ......................................................................................200
Butter .................................................................................. 3 lbs.
Potato Salad ..................................................................... 12 qts.
Fruit Salad ........................................................................ 20 qts.
Vegetable Salad ................................................................ 20 qts.
Lettuce.......................................................................... 20 heads
Salad Dressing ................................................................... 3 qts.
Pies ........................................................................................ 18
Cakes ....................................................................................... 8
Ice Cream ......................................................................... 4 gals.
Ice-cream, bricks...................................................................14 qt.
Cheese ............................................................................... 3 lbs.
Olives .................................................................................1/2 gal.
Pickles ................................................................................ 1 gal.
Nuts ..................................................................... 2 lbs. assorted
Applesauce ....................................................................2 GAL.
Coleslaw cabbage ...............................................................10 LBS.
Fried chicken ..................................................................75 LBS.
Chicken a' la King...............................................................35 lbs.
Celery ..............................................................................15 bunches
Cranberries (raw).........................................................6 lbs.
AND.................................................................6 lbs of sugar.
Cocoa or hot chocolate...........................................................6 cups
Ham/beef/veal roast. ...................................................40 lbs.
Meatballs ..............................................................................30 lbs.
Pork chops .............................................................................35 lbs.
Baked ham ...........................................................................45 lbs.
Jello (3 1/2 oz packets) ........................................................17 packs
Macaroni ................................................................................6 lbs.
Raw potatoes (for mashed)......................................................35 lbs.
Punch, (1 c per person)............................................................8 gal.
Rice .......................................................................................5 lbs.
Turkey roast...........................................................................65 lbs.
Weiners...................................................................................30 lbs.

These individual items will serve 100 people.
To serve 50 people, divide by 2
To serve 25 people, divide by 4
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Postby lucky » Sat Oct 27, 2007 12:58 pm

QUANTITIES FOR SERVING 100 PEOPLE

20 lb. hamburger
5 lg. cakes
2 gals. vegetables
6 doz. lemons, 4 lbs. sugar and 5
gallons water
2 1/2 lb. coffee
6 gals. milk
20 lbs. meat
30 lbs. potatoes
15 lg. cans peas
4 gals. soup
3 lbs. butter
8 loaves bread
25 heads of lettuce
100 ears corn
50 cantaloupes
25 lb. smoked ham
20 lb. boiled boneless ham
100 ribs of beef (raw)
10 lbs. cheese (brick, American or
Swiss)
16 qts. ice cream (6 servings to a
brick)
100 rolls
17 average size pies
1 1/4 lb. olives
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Optimist ;
One who, upon discovering that a rose smells much better than a cabbage, assumes it will also make a better soup ....
lucky
 
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Joined: Mon Nov 14, 2005 10:16 am
Location: Out Behind the Barn



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