How much fruit to feed 100 people?
You need 100 apples, 100 oranges, 100 Bananas and 20 watermelons and 40 Pineapples and 10kgs Grapes
10 people found this useful
Answer . Catering wise, you figure it is a 1/4 pound per person(4 0unces).That goes for any part of a meal.Of course some people eat less, some more.So in the end it all evens out.. So to. Answer . Catering wise, you figure it is a 1/4 pound per person(4 0unces).That goes for any part of a… meal.Of course some people eat less, some more.So in the end it all evens out.. Answer . Catering wise, you figure it is a 1/4 pound per person(4 0unces).That goes for any part of a meal.Of course some people eat less, some more.So in the end it all evens out.. So to answer. Answer . The real answer I believe you wanted is 30 to 35 pounds of fruit to feed 150 people. Sorry, my computer freaked out before I could add that answer to my previous paragraph. (MORE)
Think picnic foods when having a country wedding sweet and simpleto make also most are not to messy. Another option is a pig pickin.
4- 6 golf ball sized meat balls plus a side dish will satisfy the average appitite so about 400 - 600 your call on that, peckish or full,
If you make each sandwich with 4 ounces of meat, one sandwich wouldbe a serving size. You should make about 150 sloppy joes, in casesome people want seconds. This would be 37.5 pounds of meat.
Usually people figure 1/2 pound of cooked meat per person. Thiswould mean 50 pounds. However, you lose some during the cookingprocess, so you should add an extra 25 pounds just to be sure.Therefore, you should get 75 pounds of pork to feed 100 people.
how much do they all eat? how hungry are they? are they adults or children?
I just cooked 24 cups of rice to feed 100 people---I know not everyone will eat rice and some will not eat as much as others.....I just hope I cooked enough!! Answer One cup of rice makes 3 cups cooked. It sounds to me like you made enough: roughly 3/4 cup per person.
A serving of pasta = 2 oz, so one 16 oz package for eight people, or twelve 16 oz packages for 100.. Note: Many people will consume up to twice the serving size listed on the package, so unless you're serving a lot of side dishes or a second main course, 20-24 packages might be more realistic.
It takes approximately 25 pounds. ( I don't know how anyone can measure solid vegetables in gallons )
It depends on the capacity of how much the people can eat. If they want 2, then you need 200 hot dogs. If 1, then you need 100 hot dogs.
Each portion should be about 4 oz. I would get about 60 assorted small fruits.
Depends on the food- snacks, or a sit down meal. First, decide on what you will be feeding them, then you can work out quantities.
Approximately 5 cups of raw rice makes 1 kilo.( Depending on the size of the cup) 1 cup can feed 2.5 people as a side dish to be eaten with a curry ( you can get a good 7/8 inch plate almost 3/4 full and a curry on top ) Back to the question, how many kilos for 100 people? 8 kilos of rice should fee…d 100 people on a 7/8 inch plate. (MORE)
Depends what else they are having - give us ALL the facts, don't leave things out.
If you mean something like fruit cocktail or fruit salad, plan on 1/2 cup per person with would be about 2 and 1/2 gallons.
It would depend on how you are serving it. If you are serving it as a baked or roasted ham, roughly fifty pounds would do (1/2 pound servings), but you might want to purchase a bit more for seconds for bigger eaters.. If you are serving it in sandwiches, 25-50 pounds depending on the type of sandwi…ches and the other elements of the sandwich (cheese, lettuce, tomato, etc.). (MORE)
The amount of baked beans needed to feed 100 people is about 3gallons. Normally you would make 10 per cent more so there isenough for extra servings.
Find the largest available pots. Make extra sauce, as I'm sure it will be a big hit.
Figure roughly 1/2 pound per person and add 25% (that's 12 ounces per person, so 75 pounds). It depends too on what type of chicken, the cut, you intend to serve. If you are planning on whole roasted chickens, plan on 100 pounds or more. If you are serving wings, expect to serve a dozen or more p…er person. If you are preparing legs and thighs, serve one each with about 25-30 extra. If you are serving bone in or boneless breasts, again you will be serving one per person with 25-30 additional. It depends too on how you are serving. If a buffet, purchase half again as much as you expect to serve, unless you will have servers to dish up portions. If you are planning a more formal dinner, one portion per guest is all you will need, but you might still want to purchase a few extra in the event of missteps (you don't want a guest to go without). (MORE)
No, it'll feed 10 people. 10 pounds will feed 20 people. HA, HA Rachel Ray!
If everyone has a 1/2 slab, which is about 6 ribs, you will need 50 slabs.
70 lbs uncooked, 50lbs of cooked meat. Typically you should plan on1/2 pound of cooked meat per person. However, the pork shoulderwill lose weight while it's cooking, so you'll need to purchasearound 70 lbs of meat. A pound of meat will feed 1 and 1/2 guestsand make 3 good sized sandwiches.
Most people calculate 1 lb uncooked meat per person to account for the fat content shrinkage and bone weight in the butt. 100 people would = 100 lbs of uncooked pork, or about 12 - 13 8 lbs butts.
I would use about 25 pounds - I don't know how to measure vegetables in gallons.
Everyone would get a cup if you made 12.5 gallons. Enough for seconds for some if a scoop is 6-8 ozs.
Allow for about 2 ounces of shredded chicken meat per taco and two taco's per guest. That translates to 25 lbs of pre cooked meat. Always make a small reserve extra for a hungry crowd and allow for wastage and spills. 100 people = approx. 30 lbs of shredded chicken meat.
at 2 ears per person it would be 200 ears, at 1 cup per person (cut corn) it would be 100 cups, or 25 quarts. At 1 lb per person it would be 100 lbs. I usually get about 25% more just in case.
this depends if the people are old or young-for young people maybe 20 steaks at the most.
25 pounds for 100 hungry people if pasta is the main dish. Pasta is cheap your better off having more than enough than run out
Taking into consideration that the pot roast will be served with other sides, such as mashed potatoes, veggies, and whatnot, the average person would probably eat only a quarter to half a pound, so approximately 25-45 pounds of meat. I would recommend preparing extra sides and another option than ju…st pot roast because a) options are always good, and b) you will probably want to get extra meat just in case your guests eat more than half a pound. (MORE)
It depends on what else will be served at the meal. Normally it takes 25 pounds of chicken to serve 100 people.
Assuming an average of 3 slices per plate, and a yield of 30 slices per turkey, you will need around 300 slices of turkey, which translates to about 10 cooked turkeys . Note: These are estimates. Depending on the size of the turkey, you may yield more or less meat.
it really depends on how much your giving them to eat properly only 10 to 30 packs of noddles and 5 to 10 cartons of eggs but as i said it depends on how much of it your going to give them hope that helps answer your question
You need about 25 pounds of cauliflower. - You can't measure it by heads, they are all different
40 to 50 quarts, depending whether the people eat a lot or eat little. 50 quarts would give each person 2 cups of chili to eat.
It depends, how many cookies did the 10 year old eat?.. Answer Probably 1/3 lb of cooked meat is plenty per person if you also serve other food. That would be 30 lbs of meat, but you should probably round up a few pounds to be sure there is enough--maybe 35 lbs.
Depends on how big the tray is, really. I'd go with 3 or 4, maybe.
it depends how many pounds are there or how many the people want the bacon
If your planning a hundred people nothing but cabbage I would rethink that idea if I were you
Here is your answer! And a recipe for 100 guests :) SPAGHETTI AND MEAT-SAUCE FOR 100 Makes 22 quarts sauce 1 1/3 cups olive oil 12 cups minced onion (24 medium onions) 24 cloves garlic, minced 6 lbs ground beef 6 lbs ground pork 24 cans (1 lb 12 oz each) plum tomatoes 8 cans (15 …1/2 oz each) tomato puree 12 bell peppers, seeded and chopped 4 cups fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley 6 tsp each dried thyme, oregano, and basil 3 1/2 tsp dried rosemary 3 tsp ground black pepper 17 lbs spaghetti (uncooked) You will need 3 (16 qt) stock pots. After assembling all ingredients divide into thirds. Heat oil in pots over med-low flame, add onion and garlic, saute until golden. Add meats, stir frequently to break up, cook until lightly browned. Add remaining ingredients (except spaghetti) and simmer uncovered for approx. 4 hours or until thick. Sauce should be stirred often. Spaghetti can be made early, cook it slightly underdone, drain and plunge into cold water, drain and refrigerate. Just before serving bring pot of water to full boil, add spaghetti, heat for 3-4 minutes (test), and drain. Source: Pam B./rec.food.cooking/1998 Per 100 portions: 13 pounds uncooked spaghetti = about 2 oz. per serving 4 3/4 gallons spaghetti sauce = about 3/4 cup per serving (MORE)
For generous main course (entree) portions - If you are serving the lasagne with just a simple side-salad, allow 225-250g per portion. If you are serving it with chips (fries) then allow 200-225g per portion.
Between 200 and 400 people depending on the size of the portions. Often portion sizes run from 4 to 8 ounces per person. For corned beef hash the portion size will include about 4 ounces of beef. For corned beef and cabbage the portions could be 8 ounces of beef.
If each person is served 1/2 cup (a standard used by the USDA for a serving of fruit) then 3.25 gallons should feed 100 people with about 4 servings remaining.
Uncle Sam says one serving of round beef is 3 ounces. At that rate, you need 18.75 pounds. In the 1950s and 1960s, McDonald's only had one patty, and you could order a hamburger, a cheeseburger, a double hamburger or a double cheeseburger. Their patties were 1.6 ounces, and they promoted the "Al…l-American Meal" consisting of two hamburgers, a serving of fries (which is now a "small" fries) and a shake "and change back from your dollar". Burgers were 15c, fries were 12c and a shake was 20c.'' While 1,6 ounces (10 patties per pound) seems quite small, White Castle patties were half that size - 20 per pound, or 0.8 ounces each. And White Castle sliders include organ meat, instead of strictly being muscle tissue burgers like NcDonald's used (and uses.) If you are feeding your crowd potatoes and milkshakes (which are filling as well as nutritious), two McBurgers is reasonable; Dad may eat a little more, but a first-grader is going to eat one (or even less) At that rate, you would need 20 pounds to feed 100. Of, instead a church picnic, you're feeding Marines who've been building sandbag dikes for flood control, you'll need more beef. If you served Bob's (also historically known as Frisch's, Elias Bros, Azar's, Shoney's although the number of franchises has dropped off) Big Boy "gourmet burgers", they moight average 2 or 3 sandwiches each - and their patties are 8 ounces (1/2 pound), But you didn't mention anything about sandwiches. Twenty pounds ought to be enough if you're making an entree with beef, such as chili, or a casserole with fresh vegetables, something with more flavor and mouth-feel than just boring hamburgers. Chewing your food fills you up more than inhaling it. That's why "chicken fried steak" was invented - the breading and the gravy let skimpy beef portions fo the trick when beef was in short supply, and it's still being scarfed down today, because, let's face it, no meal's a failure if it includes really good gravy. And if you're serving biscuits and hamburger gravy, that 20 pounds of ground chuck is going to make some really meaty gravy. (MORE)
I would use about 10-15 pounds, depending on what else there is, and if it was salad or a cooked veg.
I would think a 1/4 of a chicken each would be OK which means youwould need 25 large chickens.
You need to know the cost of the fruit plus the number of hours itwill take to cut it up or otherwise prepare it. You may also needto consider providing serving trays and utencils. Pay yourself areasonable rate ($10/hr??) for this, add any transportation costsand then add 10%. Keep in mind that you …may be compared to what agrocery store would charge for a fresh fruit tray, unless you aremaking a creative presentation. (MORE)
If it's only a starter salad, I would use about 15 pounds romaine with 5 pounds other green veg.
28.66 lbs of cooked baked beans will feed 100 people, based on aserving size of 130g (about a 1/2 cup). Serving size source linkedbelow.
Each bun should have 3 ounces of shredded chicken. For 100 people, you will need 19# of aged chicken.