The season of picnics has arrived.
In our garden or on the stoop, we take out bowls, linens, and even (I say this with no shame) plastic utensils. It’s a matter of sunshine and how food seems to taste better outside. I grew up that way. On Sundays, my dad took us to visit my grandparents’ farm where my grandmother had a bocadillo or poached eggs in tomato sauce ready for us to take outside and eat under the pergola. Scalloped edge- plates and spoons with old, old patina.
In my travels and when I teach workshops, I like to host picnics. I recently created a book through My Publisher where I collected images from my favorite Northern country picnics. Now My Publisher is partnering with Global Yodel to giveaway a copy of this photo book I create.
Visit Global Yodel for details and see how to enter this giveaway.
I am headed over to the Basque Country in June where I will be spending time with family and also traveling to Portugal for a workshop. Will be back to share some images and also… I hope you are eating one of your meals outside these days.