Soak up the last rays of fall sunshine with these tips to planning and packing a fall picnic.
Make a pledge to get outside this week and enjoy the fresh air, good company and wine. Time to plan a fall picnic happy hour.
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean an outdoor adventure is out of the question. Make a big batch of this warm bean soup, pack it up in a thermos and head out with a blanket and a bottle of wine for a walk in the woods or a stroll in the park.
Here are all the tips you need to have an easy and delicious charcuterie picnic.
Here are all the tips you need to make a perfectly delightful and delicious picnic charcuterie board.
Picnic season is here! Check out this new cookbook that lays out delicious recipes and preparation tips for a flawless outdoor meal.
We only have a few more weeks of summer soirees and outdoor picnics left to celebrate summer. Make each one count with these dishes that are ready to serve a fun-loving crowd or be packed up for a picnic, complete with a bottle of Vinho Verde wine.
Make a cool picnic punch that can be easily mixed on site and even served to the kiddos.
A stacked vegetarian Italian sandwich made with an olive tapenade and eggplant is cold pressed for beautiful layers and flavor.
Author of The Picnic Cookbook, Annie Bell, gives us tips for throwing the best outdoor meals big or small, with delicious recipes to pack in your basket.
The sun is out and that means it’s time to hit the beach and soak up some Vitamin D. Don’t forget a basket of these no-mess, delicious foods.
Buttery rolls are perfect to take on a picnic, serve a slider on, or mop up delicious BBQ sauce. With this versatility you can enjoy them all summer long.
This extended weekend is usually celebrated with food and outdoor activities. Here are a few fun snacks to pack in your picnic basket this year.
Grab crackers or bread, basil, a blanket, and head out for a picnic with a pesto salad. A delicious spring meal, perfect for an active day outdoors.
Bring a blanket in your basket, and get ready to enjoy some fresh air – because these recipes are simple to prepare and mess-free.
Even though you might not live where the weather is “picnicy” right now, these stuffed rolls are great for all occasions.
Here’s an easily packable picnic meal which can also be eaten from the bug-free comfort of your own home.
Mia Irene Kristensen with a spring recipe perfect for that first spring picnic.
If you absolutely have to eat your food in the outdoors here’s a great pasta dish for you.
Still finding yourself in the city? Take a break, head for the park and pack Emiko Davies picnic cupcakes.