Summertime is here and the lure of the picnic is strong. But how many times has your picnic turned into a disappointing mess with warm salad and squashed sandwiches? Here’s my tips for the perfect, stress free picnic.
The ploughman’s lunch is a great British tradition- albeit one dreamed up only last century by a pub company to sell more meals. For me, a ploughman’s lunch conjures up beer gardens, holidays and pints of real ale. Trying to … Continue reading
Cheese and crackers go together like strawberries and cream, or steak and chips. This little canape is a different was to serve your cheese and crackers: I present to you the cheese millefeuille for your next party or picnic. The … Continue reading
It’s back! I launched Desert Island Dish earlier in the year, then shelved in when I was redesigning the blog. Well I thought as summer was here it would be a great time to share picnic recipes. I’ve declared it … Continue reading
Because everything tastes good eaten on a blanket! I have decided to declare picnic month here on SHE EATS: a) because we had some sunny days recently and so that means summer could finish any time soon and b) because … Continue reading
Roast potatoes are so last year… I’ve openly admitted in the past that I’m not that bothered about roast potatoes. I know people love them but I find them a bit meh. But I recently started to make hassleback potatoes … Continue reading