Tastes great, with little work.
This recipe has a way of making potatoes taste like springtime.
This is just a good ole-time classic potato salad, the kind you used to see everywhere at church suppers and picnics, with lots of satisfying eggy taste. One forkful will bring memories flooding back.
This recipe produces a good, firm, soft-sided hot dog roll meant for top slicing — and the bread machine does all the hard work. You can use them as is, or, butter the sides and lightly fry them in a frying pan or on a griddle.
This is modern take on a traditional recipe from East Anglia in England. A more traditional version calls for fatty bacon, and apple cider (the alcoholic kind.) Ideal for making up a day ahead, then using on a picnic or for a brunch the next day to eat col
The 18th of June is International Picnic Day. When’s the last time you had a picnic? If you can’t remember, then maybe it’s been too long. Round up some friends and / or family, and make an occasion of it.
For the potatoes, red skinned ones look nice. If you can’t get salad or new potatoes, you can use regular sized potatoes instead.
You can serve these hot or room temperature. Room temperature, they make great picnic food.
This is an easy and interesting salad (or relish) for the side of a plate. With a combination of sweet, sour and salty tastes, it’s very much along the lines of Medieval or Roman food.
The classic English summer dessert. The simplicity of the ingredients is deceptive; the tastes of this are very sophisticated.
Pasties are ideal for picnics, packed lunches, or outdoor buffets during the summer. The thick edging on pasties was originally for farm and mine workers in Cornwall, England.