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Picnics

Cooler Transport

Transport your cooler in the air-conditioned backseat of your car in-stead of the hot trunk.

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Food Safety Tips

Summer is prime time for memorable picnics and cookouts with friends and family. But the last thing you want to bring home from these fun-filled outings is food poisoning, so follow these…

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Freezer Packs

Use freezer packs, rather than ice, to keep water from accumulating on the bottom of the cooler. For added chilling, freeze bottles of water or juice boxes before packing them.

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Ingredient Lists

At large gatherings, display a list of ingredients with each dish to clue in any guests who have food allergies.

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Insulated Carrying Cases

Insulated carrying cases are a great way to transport hot and cold foods. They keep food at the right temperature, especially when you add a few hot or cold packs around the dish. The cases are…

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Insulated Thermos

I have found a way to keep food and beverages extra hot in an insulated thermos. First, fill the thermos with boiling water. Cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Pour the water out and fill with…

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Keeping Dips Cool

WHEN serving dip on a hot day, it's important to keep it cool. You can use what you have on hand. Fill a large glass or plastic serving bowl with ice cubes, crushed ice or ice packs. Fill a…

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Memorable Picnics

I make my picnics memorable by packing a pretty serving plate, a vase for flowers or fabric napkins. Simple additions like these add a special touch. To help pies and tarts travel well to your…

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Packing Order

Place the heaviest and most perishable foods on top of the ice and fill in with lighter-weight items.

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Picnic Baskets

Thoroughly clean picnic baskets and coolers before packing the food.

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