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Serving 100 people? How much food?

Ideas on the amount of food for serving a crowd of about 100 people.

 

Feeding a crowd

Here is an idea on the amount of food for serving a crowd of about 100 people.

  • 2 gallons Applesauce
  • 3 gallons String beans
  • 2 gallons Baked beans
  • 24 pounds Beets (cooked)
  • 2 pounds Butter
  • 12 Loaves of bread (1 pound loaves)
  • 10 pounds Coleslaw cabbage
  • 30 pounds Carrots (cooked)
  • 2 gallons Peas
  • 75 pounds Fried chicken
  • 35 pounds Chicken a' la King
  • 15 bunches Celery
  • 1 pound Coffee (for 100 cups)
  • 6 pound Cranberries (raw) AND 6 lbs of sugar.
  • 6 cups Cocoa or hot chocolate
  • 13 quarts Ice-cream, bricks
  • 14 quarts Ice-cream, bulk
  • 40 pounds Ham/beef/pork/veal roast.
  • 30 pounds Meatballs
  • 32 pounds Hambuger
  • 35 pounds Pork chops
  • 45 pounds Baked ham
  • 14 bunches Lettuce heads for salad
  • 17 packages Jello (3 1/2 oz packets)
  • 6 pounds Macaroni
  • 1 gallons Pickles
  • 35 pounds Raw potatoes (mashed)
  • 4 gallons Punch, (1/2c per person)
  • 5 pounds Rice
  • 2 quarts Salad dressing
  • 3 pounds Cube sugar
  • 1/2 pound Tea
  • 65 pounds Turkey roast
  • 25 pounds Weiners

These individual items will serve 100 people. So if you are entertaining hopes this helps out.

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Comments

Bev Brzozowski
Michigan
 3 months ago

I'm trying to get a conversion of 200 people serving. But I understand they take a little bit of everything. So maybe I can do this through 100 people serving. It's for a graduation party. Thank you for the help.

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