My five-day lunchbox saga

Whilst picnics are clearly the creme-de-la-creme of outdoor meals, packed lunches still have a je ne sais quoi – if you do them right. Say goodbye to plastic-packaged meal deals and on-the-go sandwiches. It’s time to make your packed lunch something you look forward to. Every week day this week, I will be showing you what I’ve packed for my work lunch together with a recipe. Continue…

Elderflower champagne

There is nothing that bursts with early summer more than elderflower champagne. Beautifully sweet with a delicate fizz, this drink is among my favourite drinks of the year, and as such provides the perfect beverage to accompany your picnic. But, alas, once it’s finished you’ll have to wait a whole year for your next sip of summery goodness.  Continue…

Chorizo and black pudding sausage roll

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the last sausage roll recipe of Picknic Blog’s Sausage Roll Week. As someone who eats their peas before my chips, I’ve saved the best until last. If this recipe doesn’t make me famous, well, I give up. I’ll pack up my blog, and you won’t see a single post from me ever again. Not one, single… Continue…

I-can’t-believe-it’s-veggie sausage roll

No, I seriously can’t believe. It looks like meat, and it tastes like meat – so how the hell is it not meat? Day four – the penultimate day – of Picknic Blog’s sausage roll week features this dazzlingly scrummy vegetarian sausage roll. In all honesty, your picnickers probably won’t notice the lack of sausage in their sausage roll.  Continue…