Picnic: 125 Recipes with 29 Seasonal Menus

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Storey Publishing, 2001 - Cooking - 83 pages
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Picnics are fun and casual, and somehow the food just tastes better in a beautiful outdoor setting. In Picnic, DeeDee Stovel offers 28 picnic event ideas and more than 125 recipes -- packable repasts from an informal Summer Canoe Picnic (featuring iced cucumber soup and red potato salad with fresh peas) to an elegant Champagne Tea Picnic (starring petite lobster rolls and Tante Lulu's apple cake). There are picnics for every season, including a Tailgate Picnic, a Fall Foliage Picnic, and an Apres-Ski Picnic. Wine and beer selections accompany each menu.

  

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User Review  - Vicky V. - Christianbook.com

These are not Grandma's picnic recipes. Unique and decidedly upscale, this book kicks the typical family picnic up a notch or two.There are several suggestions for al fresco settings, such as ... Read full review

Contents

What Is a Picnic?
1
Picnic Planning
5
Spring Flings
12
Summer Spreads
40
Autumn Outings
114
Winter Wanderings
154
METRIC CONVERSION CHARTS
177
INDEX
178
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About the author (2001)

DeeDee Stovel is a caterer, a cooking teacher, and the co-author of Weekend! A Menu Cookbook for Relaxed Entertaining.

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