Making puffy paint is a simple way to do arts and crafts with the whole family. Using ingredients from your pantry, make any assortment of colors and start painting the day away!
1 cup flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
Assorted food coloring
Add flour, baking soda and salt into a bowl. Add 1 tsp. of water at a time until you get a thin paste. Split mixture into bowls and dye each bowl with whatever color you please. Load into squeeze bottles, paint bottles, or brushes.
Elevate your classic tuna Sandwich easily for a twist on a lunch favorite. Find our recommended additions below.
2 slices of your favorite bread
1 can Food Club Tuna
1/4 cup Food Club Mayonnaise
1 tbs. Lemon Juice
Salt & Pepper to taste
Handful of sprouts
Freshly cut tomato
Start toasting 2 slices of bread in the toaster or in a pan. In a medium bowl, mix tuna, mayo, lemon juice and salt and pepper. Once your toast has finished, layer tomato, tuna mixture and sprouts on top for the ultimate tuna sandwich.
If you find yourself wanting to hop on the tie dye trend, try this pantry staple method! To do this, you will need:
A white t-shirt
Steps to a successful dye:
1- Fill a large bowl with equal parts vinegar and water. Soak your t-shirt for at least one hour.
2- Ring out your shirt and start to add rubber bands. The rubber bands will determine the pattern of the tie dye. If you spin it into a circle, and rubber band it securely, you will have the classic spiral pattern.
3- Fill an empty water bottle (preferably with a squeeze cap, but if you don’t have that, pierce a small hole in the lid of the bottle) with 1/2 cup of water and 10 drops of the dye color of your choice.
4- Start to fill the different sections of your shirt marked by the rubber bands until everything you want is filled.
5- Put your shirt in a plastic bag and let rest for 8 hours. Once the 8 hours has passed, rinse your shirt in cold water, let dry, and it’s ready to wear!
Make milk swirl with a little science experiment. This magic milk experiment is a great way to demonstrate how different liquids don’t always mix. Watch as the food dye makes kaleidoscope patterns instead of sinking into the milk. This experiment is simple and can be done with these pantry essentials:
Shallow bowl or dish
Assorted food coloring
Fill a shallow bowl or dish with about ½ cup of milk (it should come up about 1
inch in the bowl or dish). Drop food coloring all around in a variety of
colors. Dip the Q-tip into dish soap and touch the food coloring. The food
coloring will disperse into patterns- just like magic.
4 Full Circle Market™ Organic Original Green Tea Bags
2 bowls Full Circle Market™ Organic Diced Peaches, chilled
½ cup chilled Full Circle Market™ Organic 100% Pulp Free Orange Juice
1 cup chilled sparkling water
tea using 2 cups boiling water; freeze 1 hour or until chilled. Thread
16 peach pieces onto 4 toothpicks; purée peaches and juice remaining in
bowl of food processor. Fill 4 wine glasses with purée, orange juice and
tea; top with sparkling water and garnish with skewered peaches. Serves
2 tablespoons Culinary Tours Chilean Olive Oil plus more for heating tortillas
½ Lb. sirloin or strip steak
1 Small onion thinly sliced
½ Cup Culinary Tours Green Chimichurri Sauce
4 Large burrito size flour tortillas
1 ½ Cups grated provolone, jack, havarti or gouda cheese
a skillet heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over high heat. Season the steak
generously with salt and pepper and cook about 2 minutes on each side
for medium. Set the steaks aside to rest. Heat the other tablespoon of
oil and add sliced onion. Season with salt and pepper and cook until
onion is soft and translucent. Slice steak and add back to the pan with
onion. Add ½ of the Chimichurri sauce and toss to coat. In another clean
pan heat some oil over medium low. Place a tortilla in the pan and add ¼
of the steak mixture to one side. Top with ¼ of the cheese. Fold
tortilla in half. When the cheese is melted flip over the tortilla to
brown the second side. About 2 minutes per side. Serve warm with
remaining Culinary Tours Chimichurri sauce for dipping.
skirt steak with salt and pepper and place in baking dish. Brush steak
with olive oil. Let marinate for at least an hour. Using a gas or
charcoal grill, cook steaks to desired level of doneness. Let meat rest
after cooking for about 10 minutes. Slice steak against the grain and
serve with a side of Culinary Tours Brazilian BBQ sauce for dipping.
Plan a family game night with this Easter bingo pack. Break out the Easter candy for prizes and enjoy a night with your family. This pack will allow up to 8 at a time to play and includes bingo card cut outs.