Friday, 22 November 2013

Food on Friday: Picnic food


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It may not be picnic weather where you are but there's no harm in thinking about what makes good picnic food.

To add to the collection just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and paste the url for your post about it into the second box.  Your post doesn't have to be a recent one.

To make it easier for you to check out the other dishes I will be pinning them to this Board so you can see them at a glance.

And a reminder – previous Food on Fridays are still open for entries – so please add your dishes as you like.  To make sure I pin them to the appropriate board please leave a comment.


36 comments:

  1. Hi, Carole, My ma's sausage bread - #4 - is easy to make and can also be made with the vegetarian ground beef.

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  2. Thanks Carole! Mine are definitely summer-centric, but can be made all year 'round if you're an adventuresome spirit!

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  3. I so wish it was spring here! I'll have wait for our winter thaw, or pin for later!

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  4. Hi, Carole! What a great idea to have a picnic theme - just what I need to cheer me up on this chilly, gray Ohio day! I love so many of our THK summer recipes, but chose four that I think your other readers would love just as much this time of year as they would in the summer! Thanks, as always, for such a fun round-up! I see so many other recipes on the list already that I can't wait to take a peek at! :D

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  5. I love the idea of a picnic, especially because it is so cold here!! I would rather think warm thoughts. :) Thanks so much for another fun party Carole. Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  6. Sheesh, Carole--you guys are going into summer. You know where we are headed in the northern hemisphere :(

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  7. I shared my favourite pasta asian twist on a pasta salad

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  8. Thanks, Carole! and for the record, I am jealous that the weather is getting nicer for you. I don't think we broke freezing today.

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  9. Thanks for the invite! I posted some Ranch Pinwheels! I love fun link ups!

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  10. This is fun, thanks for the invite, now to go and look for more ideas.

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  11. Carole,
    Brilliant idea to host a picnic--your side of the world gets ideas for the upcoming season, my side of the world gets to think of warmth and sunshine!
    I've linked up sushi, since our family likes to take sushi on picnics and school field trips. I'm also linking up some beet sandwiches (I'd assemble these on site), and sweet-without-sugar Banana Date Pecan muffins.
    Thanks!

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  12. Thanks for the invite - mine is part of a posh British picnic!

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  13. Thanks for the invitation Carole - my Quiche is part of a posh British picnic, which is mostly eaten indoors!

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  14. Hi Carole, certainly wish it was picnic season here rather than winter. I have posted a quick and easy corn bread recipe which is the ideal picnic food !

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  15. Makes me anxious for spring. Hope you enjoy the Homemade Ham Salad, we take this traveling all year round. So much better than fast food!

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  16. Love this topic! Thank you for hosting :)

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  17. Hi Carole! My daughters favorite Quinoa Salad #71. Thanks again!

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  18. Hi Carole! I brought Southwest Broccoli Slaw!

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  19. Thanks for hosting, I brought german pretzel dogs :)

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  20. I linked up my potato salad! Thank you so much for hosting another great week!

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  21. Hi Carole, just linked a simple dish, Braised Pork Trotters Rice Vermicelli. Have a great day ahead :)

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  22. What a fun topic! Might have to come up a with a fun indoor picnic in January to break up the winter.

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  23. Hi, Carole! I find it funny linking up a summery dish since we are about to have the coldest blast of air so far this season!

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  24. I love picnics. I brought some Maple Glazed Walnuts that are easy to transport and perfect for snacking while setting up the spread.

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  25. I've linked up 2 pastries and thanks for the invitation. Have a great weekend ahead!

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  26. Hi Carole! I brought a beet and lentil hummus - perfect for a picini any time of year! Thanks!

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  27. I can't wait to peruse these recipes! Thanks for the party. I brought two recipes in one post!

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  28. HI Carol thank you for the picnic party..........

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  29. My mom's Fried Chicken has always made an appearance at our picnics. I've posted her step by step process. Thanks for another great party Carol.

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  30. hello! as always, thanks for including me in this wonderful round up.
    it's brisk in my part of the world and we are knee deep in football season. i included a jazzed up guacamole dip that is great for travel and/or tailgating!

    happy weekend!

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  31. This is so fun! Makes me wish I could go out and have a picnic right NOW! I linked up my Broccoli and Bacon Salad - TO DIE FOR! - xo-Brook

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  32. Such wonderful ideas to be had for picnic fare! Thank you for hosting these parties. I made a mistake on #105 - Candied Ginger, Carole. Please delete it for me. #106 has the correct link to my blog. Thanks.
    Chumkie.

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  33. Good ideas. :) Just added my Heirloom Tomato Bruschetta to the mix!

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  34. What a cool idea. I love all the ideas! I just added my Potato Salad with Peppers and Olives to the mix!

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  35. Thanks for another great Friday food.

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