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Picnics - trial or triumph..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Kerwin Jul 22, 2009. 4 Replies

 

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Dave Kerwin replied to JD's discussion Picnics - trial or triumph..
"consider a beach umbrella for shade consider conversational pieces ahead of time too"
Jul 22, 2009
Sir replied to JD's discussion Picnics - trial or triumph..
"Something besides drink and main course. Grapes and cheese are good."
Jul 22, 2009
Pete Sandberg replied to JD's discussion Picnics - trial or triumph..
"My picnic menu generally includes Cold pan fried chicken Macaroni Salad Cheese/crackers grapes White wine I have this nice picnic basket that we were given as a wedding present."
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Scott "Badchef" replied to JD's discussion Picnics - trial or triumph..
"Much depends on temperature... Here is the basic equipment Cotton Blanket - No wool it itches Plates - No paper or cheap plastic Silverware - No plastic Cups - higher quality & bring 4, 2 for wine, 2 for water Higher grade napkins Small…"
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Jul 13, 2009
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Picnics - trial or triumph..

While out enjoying the sun with a companion I offered to arrange a picnic for the following weekend. Now, with time on my hands, I am wondering what people have found best to bring out on these sunny days?My first thoughts go to the basics - blanket, chicken/beef sandwiches and a bottle of water and champaign.Searching around turned up ideas such as a sealed bag of ice cubes in the bottom of the basket to keep everything cool to a simple appetizer or desert of grapes and cheese.Only recently…See More
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