Nothing says summer like a picnic, and with our recipes you'll be eating outside in style. Including classic potato salads, creative sandwiches, and bake-and-carry casseroles, our recipes make every picnic perfect.
This recipe is for classic skillet-fried chicken. It's delicious teamed with coleslaw and creamed corn.
Take lemonade to the tropics with a touch of coconut syrup and fresh berries. It's a refreshing summer drink for outdoor parties.
There is nothing like a pitcher of refreshing lemonade on a hot summer day. Garnish this kid-favorite recipe with lemon slices.
Blueberries are in season for about six months. When you crave them, and they're not available fresh, count on frozen to make to these luscious bars.
Make a kid-friendly version by adding chunks of all-beef hot dogs to this delicious casserole recipe.
Cut this hearty meat and vegetable tart in wedges, revealing the colorful layers.
This pretty vegetable side dish is one to bring to a cookout. It gets people talking!
Try a grilled pork sandwich served with a tomato-based barbecue sauce. If you're expecting a crowd, just double the recipe and cook the meat on two grills.
Give plain ol' peanut butter sandwiches appetizing interest while kids spark their creative license. Toppings range from fruit to vegetable to cereal, encouraging a range of tastes and nutrition.
Fresh berries and limes make this summer drink extra special.
Red and green sweet peppers and a can of corn make this easy side-dish salad extra colorful.
You just can't buy ice cream like this one! Try this frozen dessert recipe and you'll soon agree.
Serve these jumbo dogs with whole pickled peppers as they often do in Chicago.
This high-fiber tropical fruit, millet grain, and shrimp salad makes enough for a large group. Make it to share at a potluck or cookout.
Selzer water turns this refreshing beverage into a sparkling lemonade. Fresh pineapple, blueberries, and strawberries serve as colorful garnishes.
Mother Nature knew what she was doing when she allowed peach and raspberry seasons to coincide. These two fruits combine in so many great desserts, including this cobbler.
Yes, like almost everything on a Texas menu, this cabbage and sweet pepper salad is spicy hot.