Francis Dymoke is the “Champion” of the Queen. Since 1377, the head of the Dymoke family has traditionally had to duel anyone who opposes the monarchy. In this case, a few weeks ago, it was said to be a reticent herd of cattle in Lincolnshire. During the duel, what turned out to be life-saving for the 65-year-old? The remains of a picnic in the backpack. All in all, this should be the most English of all English stories. Although: that the British nobility had a picnic on the edge of the battlefield during the Napoleonic Wars – this is also part of the amazing open-air culinary history that is currently undergoing an update.