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First things first: the wine. Red or white will do, and I highly recommend champagne for those of you feeling real classy. Not so 2-buck-Chuck (sells for $2.49 at Trader Joe’s) will do, as well as André because, let’s be real, we are all on a budget.

Photo by Savannah Carter

Next, the cheese. Here are my favorite types of French cheese:

1. Brie: One of the most common French cheeses in the U.S., brie is a soft, buttery cheese that has a mildly sharp, slightly earthy flavor. It is definitely not a ‘stinky’ cheese and so many Americans love it.

2. Camembert: Very similar to Brie in taste and creamy texture, but a slightly stronger flavor. Like Brie, the rind is edible and slightly crumbly.

3. Boursin: The most American of the cheeses. It comes in various herb flavors and has a consistency and texture similar to cream cheese.

4. Chèvre: The French word for ‘goat’, goat cheese is very pungent with a really earthy taste. It often comes covered in herbs and is typically for those who like more ‘stinky’ cheeses.

5. Roquefort: A type of bleu cheese made from sheep’s milk rather than cow’s or goat’s milk. Crumbly and creamy with a strong taste, it is considered the king of bleu cheeses.

Next, the baguette. The longer, thinner baguettes are the most classic. They are often slightly crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, giving your bread and cheese pairing more texture.

Photo by Savannah Carter

Finally, the saucisson, or salami. I bought mine (shown below) from a butcher shop. You can do that or, just as well, buy some salami or prosciutto, which is thinly sliced Italian ham, from the grocery store.

Photo by Savannah Carter

Also pictured: Grapes are a great thing to add to any cheese plate-based picnic for a little bit of freshness reminiscent of the wine. Whether in Eugene or back home, this meal is a bit of Paris that will transport your taste buds to the city of love in an instant.

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How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


How to throw the perfect picnic

Picnics are quite the social gatherings in Paris as most people, like me, live in small apartments. My local park, Buttes Chaumont, is perfect – plenty of grass (mainly uncut, a little wild) and trees for a little shelter under the sweltering sun.

1 It's better to do a couple of delicious dishes (see my onion and creme fraiche tarte, below, than several mediocre ones. You can top up the "homemade" dishes with charcuterie and cheese with bread, just like the Parisians.

2 Stuff a couple of sprigs of mint into a large bottle of water for a refreshing twist. You can also freeze a large plastic bottle of water and it will double as an ice pack for your cooler bag.

3 Bring a small chopping board and good knife. They always come in handy and the board can double up as a serving platter.

4 Go early and have a brunch picnic. Think flaky croissants with jams and marmalades, bacon and tomato frittata, little layered yoghurts, fruit and granola pots. Plus you'll get the best spot in the park.

5 Don't forget the midnight picnic, good for filling a flask with a hot drink: tea, hot chocolate or Irish coffee (buy a can of whipping cream to finish the coffee) .

6 Colourful egg cartons make great containers for radishes or berries.

7 If it's really hot, don't worry if your chocolate melts. Make an impromptu fondue. Dip strawberries, chunks of bananas (use cocktail sticks to make it less messy) or bread into the melted chocolate.

8 Bring a couple of large bin liners. They keep the blanket dry if the grass is damp, shelter you from rain – and you can put your rubbish in them.


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