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i need a mashed potato recipe
Stephanie
tender_hearte37@msn.com
10/04/05
I'm catering my own wedding reception (God help me)... I need a good mashed potato recipe to serve 60 people... Also could someone help me as to find out how much roast beef I should purchase to feed 60 people and a good recipe for that too....
Stephanie
tender_hearted37@msn.com
10/04/05
just updating my email addy in case someone would email me a recipe i typed it wrong the first time.... tender_hearted37@msn.com
ellen

10/04/05
Stephanie, at the risk of being profane, you need more help than God. The one good thing you have going for you is, the party is not too big.

Please read the article on catering your own wedding in Big Pots. You need to recruit the 3 best cooks you know to do theprep and the cooking, and you need to have 3-4 addtional the day of the wedding to do the serving. Do not even THINK about doing it sit down, you need to go buffet, with the drinks/beverages on the tables, possible also desserts.

A prime rib dinner catered is about $30 per plate, which means you must expect to budget about $10 per person for the food, plus rental of all the tables, settings, etc discussed in the article. Seriously consider a non-meal dessert or tea reception and having the many guests over to your new house 6-8 at a time during the year to come for dinner.

ellen

10/04/05
Use the freezable mashed potatomrecipe in big pots, make a triple recipe. Prime rib with the bones, allow 2 pounds raw for every 3 people.
 
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