Saturday, June 27, 2009

here's your chance to play....

With the 4th of July quickly approaching,
our family is making a list of food that each of us would like to have on the picnic table.... So...I want to know what your favorite picnic food is....
leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite picnic food is by the 2nd of July and include your email address so that I can contact you and ask for the recipe.

11 comments:

animal lover, quilt lover said...

I love a home made fruit salad.
pineapple, 3 cups
blueberries one or two cups
watermelon,cannonball, seedless
cantaloupe, one
grapes, 35
cherries, 25
apples, one
orange, one
Leave in refrig., 3 hrs.
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Tonya's Sewing Room said...

Pasta Salad
any shape pasta you want
1 red onion chopped
1 green bell pepper chopped
1 bottle zesty italian dressing
parmasean cheese

cook pasta mix remaining ingredients and sprinkle parm cheese on top....YUM Chill and let dressing soak into pasta
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Sarah said...

We love cornbread that has bacon and cheese in it. Its great warm or cold because it is moist. Recipe: 2 boxes corn muffin mix (or you can make them from scratch), 8 oz. sour cream, (1) 16 oz. can of creamed corn, 2 eggs, bacon (cooked and crumbled) and cheese (as desired). Make muffin mix as directed and add the rest of the ingredients. Bake in greased 9x13 pan @ 400 degrees for 25-35 minutes. We usually cut it into squares and put it into a zip lock bags till lunch time. It's very filling and tastes wonderful!

miniaturequilter said...

My favorite is blueberry cobbler from the Betty Crocker cookbook, we have lots of blueberries and raspberries right now!

silversewer said...

I make potato salad, with cooked potato, diced onion, mayo and parsley. Yummy!!!!!

lil said...

a couscous / cauliflower and shrimp salad
or grilled and marinated vegetables with some fresh bread and goat cheese

if you want the recipes, please feel free to contact me

Christine said...

Old fashioned cucumber and onion salad. Mmmm...

Linda said...

We love a greek dish, can't remember how to spell it, but it's cucumbers marinated in garlic and salt and served in either yogurt or sour cream. If you want the recipe shoot me an email. My kids and now my husband love pavlova. Very simple, giant meringue covered with fresh whipped cream (no canned cream) and topped with fresh berries. Never fails and is always a pleaser.

Judy said...

Deviled EGGS! I think everyone knows how to make those too! Favorites and a must have no matter what else you serve!

Marilyn R said...

I agree - deviled eggs! They always seem welcome on a picnic.

quiltingonabudget said...

My family's all time favorite is my grandmother's recipe for Tuna Macaroni Salad. It's great as both a side dish or a main dish, and even the youngest ones love it. I'd be happy to share the recipe!

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