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catering for 350 people
Catering for about 300-350. I want to plan on the higher side. I will spit roast 70 chickens, and grill 150 brats. I will quarter the chicken. Also, I will have, 40 pounds of pasta salad and 40 pounds of potato salad. I think that is pleny, but just curious to see what anyone else thinks.
That is not enough sides; you need 10 gallons per 100. I would at least double. Don't know what is the event or what else is being served, so can't be more precise.
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It is a buffet style dinner. About 200 people will have chicken, and 100 wil have brats. The other 50 are not sure. Servers are instructed to give one serving per person.
You have a good plan, but you will find people ask for 2 brats or for a brat when they already have chicken- that is where the pinch is likely to come.
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