This weekend I'm going on a picnic and I'm a looking for ideas on what food to pack.
no alcoholic drinks allowed, people eating are vegetarian (but still eat cheese and egg products)
right now I'm thinking cucumber sandwiches for the "main" dish because I have a few I need to use. but beyond that I don't have any good ideas.
What should I pack?
ETA: This picnic is myself, my SO and another couple we are friends with. the friends are bringing drinks but no food.
known allergies: almonds, walnuts, raw peaches.
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