Post # 1
My mom and aunt will be preparing the food for our reception <3 Im looking for suggestions on what types of foods that will be able to be made in big quantities, and be cheap to make.
Thanks in advance! :))
Post # 3
I’m making pulled pork and smoked brisket along with cole slaw, caprese salad, probably a pasta salad, most likely another cool vegtable salad, and who knows what else. It really depends where and when you are having your wedding to make a menu that suits those things.
Post # 4
approximately how many people will this be for? (cooking for 40 people would provide mor possibilities of options than 200…)
Post # 5
@red_rose: We have about 130 ppl on the guest list
Post # 6
I am getting married in 10 days. We are having fried chicken, ham, pasta salad, green salad, green beans and baked beans and maybe cole slaw. The chicken is coming from the meat market it is so cheap to buy it from there. drinks will be water, tea and punch made from concentrate. we are having 40-50 guests.
Post # 7
I would say it depends on whether you have means to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. It can be easier to ice things.
What sort of cooking facilities will you have? There are so many frozen appetizers that can be used but you need a lot of oven space to get things warmed up.
It may be cost effective to order trays of food from local groceries and restaurants. I know my friend did mexican food very economically and they provided the chaffers, etc.