Tuna Loaf Casserole (Easy Recipe)Written by LeAnn R. Ralph
Tuna Loaf Casserole
A quick and easy (and delicious!) way to serve tuna as a main dish.
12 ounces canned tuna 1/4 cup minced onion 1/4 cup lemon juice 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 teaspoon ground thyme 2 cups coarse cracker crumbs 1/2 cup milk 4 eggs beaten 1 tablespoon olive oil
Drain tuna. Save liquid. Put tuna in a mixing bowl. Add onion, lemon juice, salt, pepper, thyme and cracker crumbs. Mix.
Dice - the Ultimate Educational, Portable Entertainment for Kids!Written by Lindsay Small
How do you keep kids amused for long summer holidays? What do you do when inevitable rainy day blues strike and everyone gets fractious and argumentative? And how do you cope when you are forced to play waiting game … in doctors' surgeries, airports, or even long car journeys?
Get dice out! Dice games are ultimate in quick and easy entertainment, with added advantages of being cheap, portable and educational too! You can start playing dice with children as young as 2 ½, as long as you are sure that they are past stage of putting things into their mouths. And you will find that all ages up to grandparents are happy to join in.
I offer below three particularly quick and easy games, all of which can be played with children from about age of 4 up. All you need are pencil and paper and dice - a maximum of 7, which you can probably find in existing game boxes around house.
Beat That! You will need between two to seven dice, depending on age of players. Roll dice and put them in order to make highest number possible. If you roll a 4 and a 6, for example, your best answer would be 64. Using three dice, a roll of 3, 5 and 2 should give you 532, and so on. Write down your answer, pass dice, and challenge next player to "Beat That!" Play in rounds and assign a winner to each round. For a change, try making smallest number possible! This is a great game for reinforcing concept of place value.