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Wedding brunch: biscuits and Gravy for 50, suggestions?

motownbrowne | Jul 29, 201109:26 PM     4

I have a pretty good amount of experience cooking for groups, especially breakfast, but mostly informal. I have been asked to make biscuits and gravy for the morning after the wedding of two of my friends. I am wondering about how much gravy y'all think would be appropriate. Normally I would just err on the side of having too much, but I am working on a budget, so having less left over seems like a good idea. I am thinking two biscuits per person, and I'm guessing about 6oz to a cup of gravy per plate. Does this seem reasonable? I am also serving a small portion of fruit and scrambled eggs. Also, any other suggestions, favorite biscuit method perhaps?

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