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Outdoor cooking is most during summer. Whether it is a holiday picnic, a dance party or a casual gathering, a picnic is usually a fun and relaxing time for everyone. It’s time to answer this old question, “What are your plans for the summer?” There may be pressure! This is why we came up with a gentle picnic schedule this summer. Relax, enjoy and prepare your barbecue tools!

Knowing Your Audience

At almost every party, the guest list comes first. After you get the answer, it’s important to look at your list and ask yourself a few questions. For example, is this the kind of group that wants to drink more or less? Do you want to play court games? Does anyone have special dietary needs like vegetables? Ask yourself a few questions and be prepared for whatever the guest must do.


Then there is the setting up. Depending on the number of people participating in the event, it is recommended to start preparing yourself a few days to a few weeks before the party. Buy as much in advance as possible. No one likes to move around the day. If you are hosting an outdoor party, make sure to take backup measures when it rains. Fill up with propane or charcoal; no one wants to be a host who can’t barbecue!

You also need to make sure that you have a good entertaining space and create a good atmosphere/ambience for your guests, allowing you to relax, whether it’s providing enough seats for everyone or keeping the yard clean and tidy. And lastly, having good vibes can help a lot.

Set Up

Make sure your place is clean and spacious. Let your guests sit down and eat, relax in the group, and make themselves comfortable. When you play lawn games, leave some space between the frisbee and your aunt’s famous pasta salad. Atmosphere is everything.

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Now let’s talk about the favorite part of grilling… the food!

When grilling, food is the key to the success of the party. The most common types of grilled meat are hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings. Try other options such as roast chicken or braised pork. According to your choice of meat, make sure you have the necessary condiments, such as ketchup, mustard, barbecue sauce, secret wing sauce, etc. Spread can shine. Have a variety of options so that everyone can find what they like. Try to contribute to classics such as roasted popcorn! Salad is a must…​​..We are not talking about lettuce here. Pasta salad, potato salad, three-bean salad…the possibilities are endless! With this setting, you can start grilling and start summer!
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