Quantities To Serve 100 People

Quantities To Serve 100 People

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Kathy Lochner

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To serve 50 divide quantities by two.
To serve 25 divide quantities by four.

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Ingredients

How to Make Quantities To Serve 100 People

Step-by-Step

  1. Coffee - 3 lbs.
    Cream - 3 qts.
    Whipping Cream - 4 pts.
    Milk - 6 gals.
    Fruit Cocktail - 2 2 1/2 gal.
    Soup - 5 gal.
    Oysters - 18 qts.
    Hot Dogs - 25 lbs.
    Meat Loaf - 24 lbs.
    Ham - 40 lbs.
    Beef - 40 lbs.
    Roast Pork - 40 lbs.
    Hamburger - 30-36 lbs.
    Potatoes - 35 lbs.
    Scalloped Potatoes - 5 gal.
    Baked Beans - 5 gal
    Beets - 30 lbs
    Cauliflower - 18 lbs.
    Cabbage for slaw - 20 lbs.
    Carrots - 33 lbs.
    Bread - 10 loaves
    Rolls - 200
    Butter - 3lbs.
    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 gal.
    Cheese - 3 lbs.
    Olives - 1 3/4 lbs.
    Pickles - 2 qts.
    Nuts - 3 lbs.

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