3 Foods to Pack for a Premium Picnic

By on February 16, 2022

As the weather warms up, it’s time to take dining outside. Picnics are the perfect way to eat, laugh, and make memories with good friends and loved ones. But what is a picnic without premium food?

This classic outing does not have to be equated with fruit baskets, leftover pot luck meals, and stale sandwiches. You can make a picnic into so much more if you pack foods that are sure to delight the palate and make pleasant memories.

1. Beef Jerky

If you think that beef jerky is just for grown men who want to get in touch with their inner kid, think again. Beef jerky for sale can range from grocery store stock to gourmet goodness. For your premium picnic, you should go with gourmet goodness.

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Quality jerky can be found in any flavor, from Korean barbecue to spicy bourbon mesquite. If you want to be adventurous and cater to everyone’s taste buds, pack a variety of jerky and have fun exploring while you get comfy on a blanket in the grass.

2. Brioche Buns

Forget the lumpy dense bread that everyday sandwiches are made of. When you pack for a premium picnic, you need to include brioche buns. Fill your buns with anything you like. In fact, you can even make brioche jerky sandwiches if you want to follow the suggested items to the tee.

Brioche, a buttery, flaky French bread that spelled status in its early days still smells of scrumptious luxury. To enjoy the plainly exquisite profile of a brioche bun, you can simply butter it lightly and eat with a cup of tea on hand. If you have a sweet tooth, no one would fault you for choosing chocolate creme-filled brioche buns either.

3. Smoked Salmon

Smoked salmon may be a delicacy of the ages, but it is still a delight today. When you taste a flaky filet of salmon smoked just right, you likely won’t think of seafood, but rather of a luxurious brunch celebrating a milestone.

the good news is that you don’t need a special occasion to enjoy smoked salmon. You can even make your own smoked salmon to pack on your picnic adventure. Also, you don’t have to worry that the fish will spoil quickly in the hot weather because it is cured and therefore well-preserved.

4. Chocolate Covered Strawberries

No picnic is complete without a sweet treat, and chocolate-covered strawberries make for a great dessert after a light yet savory meal. Plump strawberries dipped in semi-sweet chocolate offer the best of both worlds between natural sweets and candy. If you do decide to pack this yummy dessert, be sure to arrange it next to an ice pack. If the weather is hot enough outdoors, your strawberries may turn into a melted mess.

Get Ready to Eat

If you’ve packed at least a couple of the above-mentioned delicious treats, you are almost ready for your picnic. Grab your lovely food basket and enjoy a picnic worth talking about years later. 

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3 Foods to Pack for a Premium Picnic