I like to mix up some green onions, Gulden’s mustard, and mayo with the leftover turkey/chicken for yummy sandwich fixings after Thanksgiving. So as I was chopping the green onions, I remembered a tip my friend Wendy taught me: Make your green onions last a long time by chopping them and putting them in water . . . → Read More: DIY Green Onions: Re-use green onions/ science experiment with kids!)
If you’re like us, your dining room table looked like this Monday night. Because you had to check the candy, of course. (And eat one or two pieces.)
But then after a few days of the kids acting like they are stuck on a trampoline no matter where they go or are, you get a . . . → Read More: What? Wait! No Way! Candy Experiments.
We’re a curious bunch. Unfortunately, that means no visitor is safe. We usually beg you to tell us all the interesting things in your life, and then we’re greedy enough that we then beg you to TEACH us.
Victim #1 of the weekend: Uncle John.
Having a psychology professor in the family you learn all . . . → Read More: Tastings
So, we put a raw egg in vinegar right before bed last night.
This morning it looked like this:
And it hasn’t even been 24 hours yet.
It feels so SQUISHY! Weird, but fun! Just use caution – remember, it’s still a raw egg so don’t squeeze too hard and wash up afterwards!
. . . → Read More: Eggs Pt. 2