Planning wedding reception
Category: Family and Home > Food and Cooking
Asked by: jan31651-ga
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18 Oct 2005 16:12 PDT
Expires: 17 Nov 2005 15:12 PST
Question ID: 581896
Here I am, planning another daughter's wedding reception. She would like to have us buy bulk chinese food for a buffet (not a caterer, but buy it and use chafing dishes to keep it warm to serve.) I don't know how much to buy for approx. 100 guests. We are planning 5 main entrees (such as fried rice, fried noodles, beef with broccoli, lobster sauce w/ white rice, and a chicken dish) plus about 3 appetizer/finger foods (such as egg rolls, crab rangoon, and chicken fingers.) I hope you can find me some sites to help with that planning. Thanks very much.
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Re: Planning wedding reception
From: marjoriemorningstar-ga on 17 Nov 2005 08:13 PST
I use these books "Ken Hom's foolproof Chinese cookery" and K.H.'s foolproof Thaļ cookery". The proportions are reliable and include the fact that a chinese lunch or supper is made of numerous dishes. All you have is to multiplicate the quantities according to the number of guests. Hope this will help. Have a nice wedding, M.M.
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