We're preparing to have a large cookout this weekend and have sent out quite a few invitations. As is regretfully the case these days we haven't had many RSVPs yet. People just don't seem to RSVP anymore...even when the invite specifically requests it. (Where are your manners, people?) This makes it a little difficult to plan how much food to make. We're serving salmon and pork on the grill so I don't want to overshoot by too much lest we spend a lot of money and have a ton of food left over if people don't show up.
So my question to you is this: Should I just plan for full attendance and cook the associated number of portions or undercut, hope that not everyone shows up and have a few nice locally-made brats in the fridge in case we run out of the pork and salmon.
What would you do?