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The Picnic Cookbook

Annie Bell, Annie Bell

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A cookbook that provides practical advice on essential equipment, how to throw together a quality picnic using a mix of store-bought products and homemade foods, cooking on location and eating outside in cold weather. It features recipes such as Oven-roast Ratatouille, Quinoa Tabbouleh, Maple-glazed Ham and more.

In her follow-up to The Camping Cookbook, Annie Bell gives one of our favourite summertime pastimes a new lease of life. Whether your picnic is a last-minute, spur-of-the-moment decision, has been planned in advance, is for several people rather than just a family, or needs to be a glamorous event, you'll find The Picnic Cookbook packed with practical advice on everything from essential equipment, how to throw together a quality picnic using a mix of store-bought products and homemade foods, to cooking on location and eating outside in cold weather. And with recipes such as Oven-roast Ratatouille, Quinoa Tabbouleh, Maple-glazed Ham, and Leek and Feta Galettes, plus tips on how to partially prepare a picnic at home and then do the rest on site - baguettes can be filled and wrapped in foil at home, then toasted on a portable barbecue, and puddings can be assembled in a large jar - Picnics demonstrates that you can create a mouth-watering outdoor eating experience without spending hours in the kitchen beforehand.

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Annie Bell

Annie Bell has a MSc in Human Nutrition. She is an award-winning cookery writer who trained as a chef before writing for Vogue, and then the Independent. Awarded Journalist of the Year by the Guild of Food Writers, her interest in healthy eating found its roots in her early writing as a vegetarian. She has been principal cookery writer on the Mail on Sunday's YOU Magazine for the last 20 years. Her previous cookbooks include Annie Bell's Baking Bible, Soup Glorious Soup, The Camping Cookbook, Low Carb Revolution, Low Carb Express and How to Cook.

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