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August 21, 2022

Two established Seattle startups are partnering to create profitable, end-to-end solutions for kitchens using mobile ordering, automated food production and self-service pickup solutions.

, /PRNewswire/ – Picnic Works, a Seattle-based developer of kitchen automation technology, today announced a partnership with Minnow Technologies, a neighboring Seattle IoT startup that developed the Pickup Pod™, a self-service pickup solution for foodservice operators. The partnership leverages the expertise of both companies to help commercial kitchens, stadiums, large franchises, universities and commercial food service providers envision and enable end-to-end food automation services. This includes a focus on mobile and kiosk ordering, automated catering and secure contactless charging solutions.

What is typical picnic food?

If you’re worried about what to bring on your picnic, here are 7 of the best picnic foods.

  • Fried Chicken. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more perfect picnic food than fried chicken. …
  • Pasta Salad …
  • Deviled Eggs …
  • Watermelon. …
  • Sandwiches. …
  • Lemonade …
  • Brownies.

What is good to bring to a picnic? We suggest a large glass of lemonade and some pasta salad for the essential summer meal. Fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, pesto and basil are stacked on a ciabatta roll for the ultimate picnic lunch. We suggest a large glass of lemonade and some pasta salad for the essential summer meal.

What is normally in a picnic?

Popular grab-and-go foods include potato salads, pasta salads, watermelon, deviled eggs, lemonade, and sandwich items, such as cold cuts, cheese slices, and bread. If you’re going to take a portable grill or are somewhere with a charcoal grill or fire pit, consider taking hot dogs and hamburgers to cook.

What is usually in a picnic?

Sandwiches, pastries, scotch eggs, sausage rolls and chicken drumsticks are considered classic picnic treats for a reason – they’re all finger foods that travel well. Layer a picnic baguette with salami, spinach, basil, pesto and mozzarella for a delicious bite or create a colorful veggie rainbow sandwich.

What makes a good picnic?

Sandwiches, pastries, scotch eggs, sausage rolls and chicken drumsticks are considered classic picnic treats for a reason – they’re all finger foods that travel well. Layer a picnic baguette with salami, spinach, basil, pesto and mozzarella for a delicious bite or create a colorful veggie rainbow sandwich.

How do you plan a perfect picnic?

If you’re hosting a simple picnic, just make a quick list of the menu, guests, ingredients and gear, and off you go. If you are putting something more elaborate, take your time planning each of these. Then make a hit list for the week before, day before and day of.

What time should the picnic start? If you mean during the year, probably spring or summer when the weather is nice and warm. If you mean the time of day, that’s entirely up to you, but the weather tends to get warmer in the later afternoon (1-2pm), so a late morning/early afternoon picnic might be better.

How do you set up a quick picnic?

Load your picnic into any large bag or basket. Or use a large beach tote (like this woven tote or canvas beach bag). Make a portable cooler out of a cardboard box covered with a plastic garbage bag. Load cold food into the cooler and place ice packs on top for maximum cooling effect.