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Take your meals outside with recipes and tips that make it easy to enjoy a meal wherever you are, from the great outdoors to your own backyard.
Fried Chicken Sliders(with video)
Turn your favorite picnic food into mini sandwiches that are as delicious at room temperature as they are hot. Make these for everything from a fun dinner inside to your next backyard get-together.
Farro Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette
Hearty whole grains like fiber-packed farro work well in make-ahead salad recipes like this one that’s great for a picnic, backyard barbecue, or even a light lunch to take to work.
Creamy Pasta with Salmon and Peas(with video)
Get this easy but elegant pasta dinner done in just 20 minutes by boiling the peas with the rotini and steaming the salmon in the microwave.
Vegetable Flower Bouquet with Dip
Get kids to help arrange these adorable vegetable bouquets. Place as edible decorations around your Mother’s Day table or serve as appetizers for your backyard get-together.
Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Bacon
This fast and easy recipe features a sweet and salty combo of juicy berries and crispy bacon that makes a great lunch or light dinner.
Three-Ingredient Bagels with Green Onion–Bacon Cream Cheese(with video)
With only some self-rising flour, Greek yogurt and an egg, you can enjoy warm, freshly baked bagels anytime. The homemade savory spread takes this brunch staple over the top.
Chicken is braised in a flavorful, veggie-packed tomato sauce in this version of an Italian-American comfort food classic that leaves enough leftovers for dinner the next night.
Spicy Pulled Pork Tostadas(with video)
With the help of a slow cooker and a flavorful marinade, pork shoulder becomes a delicious topping for crispy tortillas with plenty of leftovers for a different meal.
Instant Pot Lemon Risotto with Prosciutto
An Instant Pot eliminates the constant stirring typical of this Italian dish. Crispy prosciutto brings texture and an extra pop of flavor to this easy gluten-free recipe.
Green Onion and Corn Biscuits
In just 35 minutes you can have homemade cheesy biscuits fresh from the oven with the help of store-bought baking mix. Serve these for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Grilled Shrimp and Green Onions with Red Pepper Sauce
Inspired by Spanish-style romesco, this delicious sauce is perfectly paired with grilled shrimp and lightly charred green onions for an elegant yet easy lunch or dinner.
Hoisin–Glazed Pork with Ginger-Green Onion Topping
Affordable pork tenderloin is the perfect canvas for the Chinese-inspired flavors of spicy ginger and green onions (a.k.a. scallions). Serve over rice or noodles with steamed vegetables.
Cherry Cheesecake Jars
Kids and adults alike will love this portable, no-cook dessert that’s great for picnics, cookouts, and beyond.
Raspberry-Lemon Sorbet Floats
Serve these 3-ingredient floats as a refreshing, light dessert for your next Mother’s Day celebration or backyard get-together. Take them from mocktail to cocktail by using sparkling wine instead of seltzer.
Energy Trail Mix
This savory, protein-filled snack mix features bits of beef jerky, seeds, crackers, and nuts, making it perfect for tucking into your backpack for hiking or any other outdoor excursion.
Hummus and Turkey Sandwiches
For lunch on the go, make these protein-packed sandwiches that will keep you energized for miles of hiking.
Antipasti Tortellini Salad
Ingredients like cured meat, fresh mozzarella, and marinated artichokes only get tastier the longer they sit, making this pasta salad perfect to pack for a picnic or to take to work for lunch.
The sweetness of berries is harnessed into a 5-minute syrup purée for easy mocktails.
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