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1Our 1st BBQ Empty Our 1st BBQ on Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:42 pm


Just a bit of advice needed. We have between 40 and 50 guests. We're a little unsure about how much food and drink we should provide. So far we've got 60 Burgers, 50 sausages, 30 Chicken drumsticks and about 50 kebabs. Also a selection of rice salad, potato salad and various deserts.

Is this enough food?

Also drinkwise I've got 10 bottles of wine, 50 cans Lagar, 20 can cider and loads of soft drinks.

Again, How much should we provide?

My final question is what do people normally do entertainment wise at BBQ's?

2Our 1st BBQ Empty First BBQ on Wed Jun 24, 2009 12:15 pm

That’s quite a feast. You may be able to cut down on the number of burgers, sausages and kebabs depending upon the type of crowd and how long the party lasts. Regarding beverages, it will depend on the time of day. If it is a pool party, go heavier on beer, cider and white wine. During the evening, more red wine and cocktails and it’s always wise to provide sparkling or still mineral water. What you have listed should be sufficient for an early evening barbecue.

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