How about a fruit salad? All that's involved is picking the fruit from the store, washing and chopping, and putting it in a bowl. Just get some delicious looking fresh fruit (you could even get berries from the local farmer's market and do a berry salad) - easy, quick, and hard to mess up. If you're going to cut up apples, put a little lemon juice on them to keep them from going brown.
PS - try to relax a little! No one's going to judge you as a person on how well you make a plate of food for an event (I never have, and I am pretty sure I don't know anyone else who has either)- they will be talking with you and getting to know you - and learning why your boyfriend already knows you're so awesome and such a great catch!
if you go under healthy lifestyle at the top of the page and go into spark recipe you can choose types of food and I am pretty sure one of them is picnic food, you could try that and then you would know it was something you could eat, because it would be good for you.
I just started dating this guy about 6 months ago and although I know his mom and dad (mom loves me, dad hates me) I will be meeting everyone this weekend for a family reunion. It's going to be held at a park and I'm trying to think of something to bring. I'm a horrible cook and although I don't mind feeding my cooking to my boyfriend I don't want to kill off his parents and family LOL. I was thinking of something simple and easy like a 7 layered bean salad or something that looks pretty. IDK I need ideas, preferably recipes, and if you know one for a 7 bean layered salad or taco layered salad that would be awesome. I don't want to show up with a 3rd potato salad kinda thing. Meeting the family is bad enough, let alone being judged on the food. I would say HELP but at this point I think I'm beyond that!!
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