字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (THEME MUSIC) Now, I know sometimes picnic baskets go wrong. So I wanted to show you a few little tips on how to pack the perfect picnic basket. What I've got is a bunch of different storage containers. In here I've got a prawn salad with asparagus and orzo and it's all packed into a nice little container, as is my fruit. Now, you'll see the fruit I've packed with some ice. Alright, so we've got that ready, we've got that ready. I've made a brownie. I've just measured this and it's not quite big enough. So what I'm going to do is just give myself a little treat by just taking off the side there and I'm going to pack it into one of these. Perfect. Right, so make something that is going to fit into the container that you've got, like this one, and then... ..it's not going to go anywhere. OK, so...that can't get squashed. My fruit's gonna be nice and cold. Oh! Deli meats. I've got just a little container here. Start off with the firmer ones like the salami. The mortadellas and the fresh hams that are thinly sliced, we're going to put on top of those because the salamis aren't going to get squashed underneath. If you're going to take some waters, freeze it. So I popped these in the night before. They're frozen solid which means they'll act as little ice blocks in my picnic basket. I found this handy little container. I've made a prawn salad and I've got some shredded lettuce and some radishes. Now, this has got a little compartment so I can go ahead and clip that in there and then pop it over the top there, so that's great. I've got some bread, I'm going to just get some paper, roll these guys up. I've got these little containers here. Some sundried tomatoes, some olives, some little goodies. So what I do with these is I bring them over to my picnic basket and I put them in lengthways so they all stack up so your basket will still close, right? But you do want it to pack firmly. If it's too loose and there's things bouncing around in there, that's not good. So we've got our brownies and our fruit already packed in there. I'm going to put some of these other deli items. So we've got the olives and the sundried tomatoes and the fetta. And then I also have one of these handy insulated bags which I'm going to take with me. So that's why I've got the ice in the fruit in this one. So that's going to keep this one cold. And then some of the frozen bottles of water are going to keep this one cold. So I'm going to put my prawn salad with the lettuce and the radishes in here. My other prawn salad with the asparagus and tomatoes can go in there as well. The ham can go on top. I love have these meats come. I don't even open them up and transport them into anything 'cause they're so perfect for a picnic, so they can slide in there. My lettuce I'm going to put right at the back there because it won't get squashed. I've got a couple of apples. Always put your fruit on the top of the picnic basket. I've got my bread rolls. I'm going to sit those on top, because, again, you don't want to squash those guys. Then this is a good way to transport a little bit of dressing. I've got a couple of little vinaigrettes and dressings. Just stick them into a little jar. Put those in there. And I'll put that jar in the top there. If you've got some little nuts, you want to take those, you can pop those in too, and there you go. So I'm going to zip this one up. And that's going to stay nice and cool. And this one we can squash right down. So I'm all set. I don't know about you, but I'm going to enjoy a nice picnic. See ya later. (THEME MUSIC) PEOPLE: Ta-da!