Tuna Loaf Casserole (Easy Recipe)

Written by LeAnn R. Ralph

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Add tuna liquid plus enough milk to make 1 cup. Add eggs and olive oil. Mix.

Spoon into a loaf pan or casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until set inrepparttar center.

(copyright 2005: LeAnn R. Ralph)


LeAnn R. Ralph is the author of the books "Christmas in Dairyland" and "Give Me a Home Where the Dairy Cows Roam." http://ruralrout2.com

Dice - the Ultimate Educational, Portable Entertainment for Kids!

Written by Lindsay Small

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Run for it! You will need six dice for this game. Rollrepparttar dice and look for runs (sequences) starting with 1 (so 1, 1-2, 1-2-3 and so on). Each die that is part of a run scores five points. There can be more than one run in each roll. For example, say you rolledrepparttar 141922 following combination: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 and 5. You would score 5 points forrepparttar 141923 first 1. You would then score 15 points forrepparttar 141924 sequence of 1, 2 and 3, for a total of 20 points for that roll. The first player to reach 100 points isrepparttar 141925 winner.

Going to Boston Use three dice. Roll all three and keeprepparttar 141926 highest. Rollrepparttar 141927 remaining dice and again set asiderepparttar 141928 highest. Rollrepparttar 141929 last die, and add up your total. Write down your score. Play a number of rounds and then either total your points to findrepparttar 141930 winner, or simply count how many rounds were won by each player.

Lindsay Small is the author of Dice Games for Little Kids and Dice Games for Big Kids, available at http://www.ActivityVillage.co.uk/dice_games.htm. She is also the creator and editor of Activity Village - providing the ultimate one-stop resource for parents and teachers looking to educate and entertain their kids. Visit the website at http://www.ActivityVillage.co.uk

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