Family picnic

Family picnic
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Image by Ed Yourdon
Riverside Park stroll – June 2008 – 048

These pictures were taken during a three hour stroll on a warm, pleasant Sunday afternoon at the beginning of June 2008. I started at 97th St, walked north to the end of the "upper" part of Riverside Park, and then back to 96th St, where there’s an underpass below the West Side Highway. I then walked south, past the 79th St. Boat Basin, past the place on 72nd Street where you can rent kayaks, and out to the end of the pier that extends into the Hudson River around 67th St.

Another bucolic family scene … The little girl with the sunglasses is cute — and it’s easy to overlook the small baby, sound asleep behind the mother…

Note: this photo was published in a Jan 12, 2009 blog article entitled "Family Travel Tips for Roaming on a Budget." And it was published in a Mar 15, 2010 Ezine Buzz Report blog with the same title as the caption that I used on this Flickr page. It was also published in an Aug 10, 2011 blog titled "10 Fresh Ezine Publishing Tips To Maximize Your Success."

What should I make for our Memorial Day Picnic?

Question by who me?: What should I make for our Memorial Day Picnic?
I was thinking more along the lines of dessert, and I wanted to make something light and summery…maybe something lemon flavored? Any suggestions would be great! (make sure you include the recipe or where I can get the recipe….thanks!)

Best answer:

Answer by sensi
Lemon meringue pie

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Easy Picnic Food Ideas: Sandwich and Side Picnic Recipes

bit.ly Easy Picnic Food Ideas: Sandwich and Side Picnic Recipes It’s gorgeous outside. Time to plan a picnic! Adrien Sharp for the Kraft Kitchens shares some great ideas for what to serve and how to pack up a great meal that travels. Transcript: Are you looking for new ways to spend quality time with your family? One of my favorite things to do on a nice summer day to go on a picnic. Bring a football maybe a kite and everyone gets a chance to enjoy the outdoors and each other for an afternoon. Hi I’m Adrien Sharp for the Kraft Kitchens here with some great ideas for what to serve and how to pack your next picnic. Let’s start with the food. Sandwiches are the original here when it comes to food that travels but just because they’re portable does not mean they have to be predictable. With just a few simple steps you can create your own masterpiece. This is the Kickn’ Chicken Wrap. Perfect for eating outdoors. The kick comes from the chipotle flavored mayo and the jalapeño American cheese. All you need to do is spread your mayo on the bottom, add the cheese, next with the chicken, the lettuce and then the celery. That’s all there is to it! This ones the the Tuscan Club on a ciabatta roll. It’s made with shaved oven turkey breast bacon lettuce tomato and here comes the Tuscan part: sun dried tomato and basil cream cheese on the top half of the ciabatta and some Italian dressing on the bottom half. And to go with these great sandwiches I’ve made some terrific side salads. This
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Picnic Recipes – Picnic Food Ideas

bit.ly Picnic Recipes – Picnic Food Ideas It’s gorgeous outside. Time to plan a picnic! Adrien Sharp for the Kraft Kitchens shares some great ideas for what to serve and how to pack up a great meal that travels. Transcript: Are you looking for new ways to spend quality time with your family? One of my favorite things to do on a nice summer day to go on a picnic. Bring a football maybe a kite and everyone gets a chance to enjoy the outdoors and each other for an afternoon. Hi I’m Adrien Sharp for the Kraft Kitchens here with some great ideas for what to serve and how to pack your next picnic. Let’s start with the food. Sandwiches are the original here when it comes to food that travels but just because they’re portable does not mean they have to be predictable. With just a few simple steps you can create your own masterpiece. This is the Kickn’ Chicken Wrap. Perfect for eating outdoors. The kick comes from the chipotle flavored mayo and the jalapeño American cheese. All you need to do is spread your mayo on the bottom, add the cheese, next with the chicken, the lettuce and then the celery. That’s all there is to it! This ones the the Tuscan Club on a ciabatta roll. It’s made with shaved oven turkey breast bacon lettuce tomato and here comes the Tuscan part: sun dried tomato and basil cream cheese on the top half of the ciabatta and some Italian dressing on the bottom half. And to go with these great sandwiches I’ve made some terrific side salads. This one’s coleslaw and