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Over spring and summer there is nothing better than a great picnic outdoors. Whether you're in the local park or at the beach in some faraway exotic land, the picnic is the ultimate in convivial and relaxed eating pleasure.
Ensuring that cold food remains cold and hot food stays hot are major safety concerns when planning a picnic. This will affect not just the food you choose to take, but also how you pack it and store it before you sit down to eat.
A picnic is normally about two things; good food and great weather. However, Brits know that even in the height of summer, we often settle for one of the two. So here’s a practical guide to get you closer to your perfect picnic.
There should still be a good few weeks of nice weather before autumn creeps in, so make the most of it and break out the barbecue!
Vegetarian appetisers are always a hit. Whatever your cooking skills, these recipes are easily achievable but beautifully creative, pleasing to the eye and packed full of flavour.
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