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How To: Grill a chicken sandwich

This easy recipe for a grilled chicken sandwich is great for a picnic. Use ciabatta bread with a little olive oil, shitake mushrooms, garlic, chicken, and shallots. This sandwich packs well for long hikes or sack lunches. Pack some fresh greens for a refreshing side dish.

How To: Play the Picnic Game

The Picnic Game is a great memory-building game that’s a fun classroom activity and perfect for long road trips with little ones. This video activity shows a game that requires no props or equipment of any kind, just a few players. It's simple, but staves off boredom beautifully. Check out this how-to video and learn how to play the picnic game.

How To: Create a summer picnic challenge with Crayola

Pack some fun for your next gathering of family and friends. Imaginations run wild with everyday picnic supplies and your favorite Crayola Crayons and Markers. You will need crayons, markers, colored pencils, scissors, glue, tape, and picnic supplies (paper plates, napkins, cups, and plasticware.) This is a great project for summer parties with lots of children or just the young at heart. With this how to video you will be able to have a fun summer picnic craft challenge at your next family g...

How To: Make healthy and filling school lunches

School lunches are either super oily and disgusting (pizzas with a thick layer of oil on top or double cheeseburgers) or far too healthy for any kid to want to eat (lackluster salads with iceburg lettuce, tomatoes, and ranch). This causes a dilemma for kids who want to eat healthy without sacrificing taste.

How To: Make a healthy chicken wrap for your kid's lunchbox

With obesity now a confirmed epidemic in the United States, we should be putting more emphasis than ever on how we feed our children and what they consume at school. While many educational instititions sell salads and healthier options like apples and carrot sticks, these foods often don't catch your kids' attention when they're placed side-by-side with cheeseburgers and calzones.

How To: Make a Frankenstein picnic bag

This video tutorial shows how to transform a paper bag to a picnic bag designed with Frankenstein's face on the front. The ending result of the tutorial is shown in the beginning. The materials needed are listed after the example, including the total number and color of each material needed. The tutorial starts by cutting down the paper bag and folding the top of the bag. Handles for the bag are then cut out and stapled onto the top of the bag – one on each side. To prevent the staples from a...

How To: Make a vegetarian school lunch with Tamra Davis

In this video, we learn how to make a vegetarian school lunch with Tamra Davis. First, you need to prepare your lunch box and place an ice pack in the freezer. Now, prepare the lunch by adding a main dish, such as a sandwich, burrito, or pasta. Add in a dairy item, such as cheese and yogurt. Also, add in lots of fruits and vegetables inside of a plastic container. Use reusable containers, which will save you money from using plastic bags everyday. Make the meals fun for the kids so they can h...

How To: Make a bacon and poached egg salad lyonnaise

Eating the same old lunch everyday can be boring and lead to you hating whatever it is you eat. In this next tutorial, you'll discover how to make a tasty salad with bacon and poached egg. This is tasty lunch treat that can be topped with balsamic vinegar and can be made as a lunch when you're home. So check out the tutorial and good luck!

How To: Pack a bento lunchbox

Bento is a delicious way to bring a nutritious and artistic lunch on the go. Put together a traditional Japanese lunch box (bentobox) using fun foods. Construct cute foods, like rice bunnies and flower garnishes from cucumbers and tomatoes.

How To: Make a healthy cous cous salad for lunch

In this tutorial, Anuja and Hetal of Show Me the Curry will show you how to build a fantastic lunch. This cous cous salad is good for you and low in calories but will still fill you up and give you enough energy for the day. The cous cous is packed with veggies, too!

How To: Play "Teddy Bears' Picnic" on the ukulele

Want to play John Walter Bratton's "Teddy Bears' Picnic" on your ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get started playing this cl...

How To: Perform the Let's Do Lunch card magic trick

Performing close-up card trick magic in a business environment can be one of the most lucrative envrionements in which to do so. This trick, called Let's Do Lunch, is perfect for just such a setting as it integrates the business cards that your audience are sure to have in abundance. It requires no set-up and only minimal sleight of hand, but produces a great effect. This tutorial video will have ou performing it in no time.

How To: Make caponata picnic sandwiches with Giada Laurentiis

Make delicious caponata sandwiches, great for picnics and summertime meals. Caponata sandwiches are so easy to prepare and extra healthy. This cooking how-to video is part of Everyday Italian show hosted by Giada De Laurentiis. Italians are masters at transforming simple, everyday ingredients into dishes that are quick, healthy and satisfying. On Everyday Italian, Giada De Laurentiis shares updated versions of homey recipes from her Italian family. She'll show you easy dishes that are perfect...

How To: Bake pasta frittata

One of my favorite lunches was leftover spaghetti fried in butter until Chef Jim presented me with this healthier and just as delicious alternative. Watch and learn how to make pasta frittata with leftover pasta. Use it for breakfast or lunch, but either way you will agree that this recipe for pasta frittata is delicious.

How To: Use green techniques to get rid of ants

If you don't want to use toxic or environmentally unfriendly ant poisons and bug sprays to control your ant problem, you can make a greener bug repellent using household items and natural ingredients. Salt, chalk, lemon juice, cayenne pepper, white vinegar, oranges and petroleum jelly can all be used to keep ants out of your house, yard, garden or picnic.

How To: Use science to keep your beer cold at the beach

Nothing ruins beer like hot sunshine, but nothing makes a summer beach trip better than drinking an ice cold beer. You don't need to bring a fridge for keeping your alcohol cold - just use science! Pack a cooler with ice and rock salt to keep your favorite beverage perfectly chilled for your next picnic.

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