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Picnic ideas from around the world

When it comes to picnic food, the world is literally your oyster. We've scoured the globe for tasty and original snack ideas with which to jazz up your picnic. From Lebanese Zatar bread to Moroccan style lamb burgers, these recipes bring together a colourful zest of flavours, ensuring they'll never be a dull foodie moment in your picnics again.

For the cooking-shy and those short of time, we've added a few quick-fix snacks - and there's wine and cocktail suggestions too. Enjoy!

What's your idea of perfect picnic food? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments section below

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