After lots of cooking and testing, we’re into our second edition of EatSavvy. It’s a lot of fun pulling these recipes together and especially testing them—but it’s even better because we have such a great team working on it. Denise Smith is our Food Editor who is diligent about making sure all of our ingredients are fresh, local and healthy for the whole family (I take my job of enjoying her culinary delights very seriously).
Holly Sisson, our Savvy Photographer and production artist makes everything look beautiful with the direction of Trevor Bond.
But as important as the presentation is, the food must taste good. And these meals do. They are fresh, simple and unintimidating. The perfect picnic ideas for any family whether you are in the backyard, on a mountain or at the lake.
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