According to Pepin Heights, an apple orchard in Minnesota, a peck is equal to 10 to 12 pounds, or about 32 medium apples. A bushel is equal to 42 to 48 pounds, or about 126 medium apples.Know More
These measurements are approximate because the number of apples that fit into a peck-sized container, or a bushel-sized one, varies depending on the size of the apples (or other produce being measured). Pecks and bushels are both dry measures, while the pound is a measure of weight.
A peck typically makes three or four 9-inch pies, while a bushel makes 15 of those same pies. Pick Your Own converts a bushel of apples into 10 to 12 quarts of juice, or 12 to 15 quarts of applesauce (no sugar added). A peck makes 2 to 3 quarts of juice, or 2 to 4 quarts of applesauce.Learn More
The amount of ham needed to feed 14 people depends on the type of ham that is being served. The serving size varies between boneless ham, bone-in ham or spiral ham.Full Answer >
According to Ruby's BBQ, 1/3 to 1/2 pound of raw meat per person is a good estimate. For a group of 25 people, the total weight of meat to be served would be approximately 8 to 12 pounds.Full Answer >
According to the Food Network, 1/3 to 1/2 pound of potatoes should be allocated per person when preparing mashed potatoes. When serving roasted potatoes, 2 1/2 pounds of potatoes should be allocated per person.Full Answer >
It would take approximately 10 pounds of dry pasta to feed 40 people as a main course. The exact amount it would take depends on the type of pasta being served, the size of the portions and the sizes and ages of those eating it.Full Answer >