Thursday, April 14, 2011

{good eats} in a jar

This has to be my favorite post for {Picnic Week} and yes it's about food!!!  
Of course I love desserts in a jar but I'm also loving  bbq, chili or salad in a jar too! Isn't this such a great idea for picnics? 

Would your jar be filled with something sweet or savory?

double chocolate mouse trifle in a jar {gabriel ryan photography via my sweet & saucy
cupcake in a jar {cakies}   bbq & chili in a jar {giver's blog}   salad in a jar {donna hay}
corn salad in a jar {the kitchn}

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23 comments:

  1. I love picnios! This post is so inspiring.
    Thanks for sharing
    Regards from Tuscany
    Cata

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  2. LOVE this. My jar would be filled with southern banana pudding with vanilla wafers. Gotta go with something sweet :)

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  3. these are super cute. We did banana pudding in mason jars for my rehearsal dinner. Not only were they super cute, but they were delicious too. xoxo, chrissy.

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  4. I love desserts in a jar! You can eat various delicious and yummy stuff mixed all together without even need a packet of towels for cleaning your hands afterwards ;)

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  5. How perfectly gorgeous and yummy looking! I really love this picnic series! It so festive and down-right pretty. I will say it again...I love this series!! XO

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  6. I have been collecting mason jar and have always wanted to do a layered picnic with them!

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  7. These are so perfect for the shower I am throwing in a month!!! Thank you for the wonderful idea :)

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  8. Yum!! It'd brobably be filled with something sweet for us. Great post, thanks for sharing!

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  9. i think i would fill it with something sweet- i still like idea of pies in a jar :) xoxo jcd :: cornflake dreams

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  10. Most anything in a jar is just scrumptious! These are also a feast for the eyes!

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  11. oh this is such a smart idea! so cute!

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  12. you can put anything in a jar and tie it up with bailing or bakers twine and I'll pretty much love you. These are all very simple and sweet ideas!

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  13. Great ideas! We just made something like this for favors for a baby shower and everyone loved them!

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  14. Great idea!! but do I need to choose between sweet and savory? I think I'll take both ...lol

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  15. Love these ideas! I'll take the double chocolate mouse trifle any day.

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  16. Food in a jar-so heavenly! I love little pot de cremes, especially when they're made in lovely little jars!

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  17. cake in a jar is one of the best things that has ever happened to this world. i mean, it has to be.

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  18. Oh my, these jar goodies look too sweet! lovely idea, and it seems reasonably simply (coming from a non diy lady). Have a great weekend!

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  19. I adore the idea of sweets and eats in jars! I like the individuality of it ~ if that makes any sense? It's so simple to grab a jar and a spoon/fork and dig in...no need to serve it up, get a plate or bowl dirty ~ so less waste and easy clean-up! Since I am not a huge sweets person mine would be filled with salad, bbq or chili...YUMMY in my tummy!!

    xoxo
    kristi

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  20. These are brilliant... I'm dying to try them out!! Apple pie in a jar sounds mighty fine to me!!

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  21. Where did you find the cute wooden spoons for the jars above. I would love those for my Christmas gift idea this year.

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