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  1. Planning a picnic takes a little bit of effort—but the fun of eating outdoors makes it all worthwhile. From putting together a meal that can travel to serving it outside with ease, follow these tips and tricks to pack a better picnic. Plus: the only picnic checklist you'll ever need!
  2. Our classic Tudor Home will elicit oohs and aahs from your holiday guests. You don’t have to tell them it was easy to make—no baking required!
  3. Serve a classic cookout that’s a step beyond basic hot dogs and hamburgers (but is just as easy to make).
  4. Tired of onion dip? Surprise your guests with this tasty, make-ahead appetizer that’s a snap to prepare.See recipe: Chili-Cheese Dip
  5. Cost per serving: 78¢Easy to pick up and quick to eat, these beef sliders are a crowd-pleaser. Don’t forget the fixings: Set out bowls of toppings such as grilled onions, salsa, cheese slices, lettuce, tomato and pickles.See recipe: Burger Sliders
  6. Cost per serving: $1.79   Coat this barbecue chicken with a homemade sauce that takes just a few minutes to assemble. You can streamline prep time by preparing the spice rub and marinating the chicken the night before.   Prep time: 20 min. Cook time: 42 min.Chill time: 6 hr.  
  7. Cost per serving: $1.53This delicious chilled soup only looks fancy―it’s actually a breeze and uses super-cheap ingredients. Make it special by serving it in a punch bowl; let guests ladle their own servings into punch cups.See recipe: Gazpacho
  8. Cost per serving: $1.75 The unusual dressing for this pasta-vegetable salad includes Greek yogurt, honey and chives.See recipe: Garden Pasta Salad