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Low_carb - Chicken -  Chinese Style Glazed Chicken Low_carb - Chicken - Chinese Style Glazed Chicken

Low_carb - Chicken -  Chinese Style Glazed Chicken
1/4 cup fat-free, low-sodium chicken broth 2 tablespoons hoisin sauce 1 tablespoon apricot preserves or fruit spread 4 (4 ounce) skinless boneless chicken breast halves 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Combine first 3 ingredients in a small bowl; set aside. Place each chicken breast half between 2 sheets of heavy-duty plastic wrap; pound to 1/4-inch thickness using a meat mallet or rolling pin. Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a large skillet... Learning Kitchen - Post by : gogirl - Author : Unknown - Read : 2247

Low_fat - Farmer's Market Skillet Low_fat - Farmer's Market Skillet

Low_fat - Farmer's Market Skillet
2 tsp olive oil 1 lb small red potatoes, scrubbed & quartered 1 med clove garlic, minced 1 med zucchini, coarsely chopped 1/2 med red onion, thinly sliced 8 oz green beans, cut in 1" pc. 1/2 cup vegetable broth 1/2 cup cooked fresh corn (from 1 ear), or 1/2 cup thawed frozen corn kernels 2 ripe medium tomatoes, coarsely chopped 1 tbsp mixed fresh herbs (such as thyme, oregano), chopped 1/2 cup feta cheese, crumbled or 1/2 cup blue or goat cheese, crumbled In large skillet (or wok), heat oil... Learning Kitchen - Post by : merled - Author : Unknown - Read : 3022

Vegetables - Cabbage -  Scalloped Cabbage Vegetables - Cabbage - Scalloped Cabbage

Vegetables - Cabbage -  Scalloped Cabbage
2 c crushed corn flakes 1/4 c butter, melted 1 (10 oz) pkg shredded cabbage 1 lg sweet onion, halved and thinly sliced 1/2 c milk 1/2 c mayo 1 (10.5 oz) can cream of celery soup undiluted 1 c shredded sharp cheddar Stir together cereal, and butter; spoon half of cereal mixture in a lightly greased 11X7-inch baking dish. Top with cabbage, and onion. Stir together milk mayo, and soup; Pour over cabbage. Sprinkle with cheese, and remaining cereal mixture. Bake, covered at 350 for 1 hour... Learning Kitchen - Post by : 54036 - Author : Unknown - Read : 2097

Vegetables - Onion -  Caramelized Onion Tarts By Emma Vegetables - Onion - Caramelized Onion Tarts By Emma

Vegetables - Onion -  Caramelized Onion Tarts By Emma
1 large vidalia onion 1 tablespoon butter 1/4 cup water 1 puff pastry sheet (from 17 1/4-ounce package frozen puff pastry sheets, thawed according to package instructions) 1 ounce brie, room temperature Preheat oven to 450°F. and butter a baking sheet. Cut onion into very thin slices. In a heavy skillet heat butter over moderately high heat until foam subsides and sauté onion, stirring occasionally, until golden. Add water and deglaze skillet, scraping up any brown bits and cooking until water... Learning Kitchen - Post by : cclittle - Author : Unknown - Read : 1728

Vegetables - Potato Salad -  Southwest Potato Salad By Pepe Vegetables - Potato Salad - Southwest Potato Salad By Pepe

Vegetables - Potato Salad -  Southwest Potato Salad By Pepe
4 lbs small red potatoes salt 3 Tbsp olive oil 2 tsp cumin seeds 1 Tbsp minced jalapeño 1/2 tsp minced garlic 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 1 tsp grated lime peel 1/2 tsp freshly ground pepper 1 pkg (8 oz) sour cream 1/2 cup plain low fat yogurt 1/2 cup finely chopped red onion 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley Cook potatoes in boiling salted water, boil until tender 15 to 20 minutes. Drain. Meanwhile, heat oil in small saucepan over medium heat. Add cumin seeds and cook until fragrant, 30 seconds. Remove... Learning Kitchen - Post by : stasi - Author : Unknown - Read : 3364

Vegetables - Zuchinni Boat Vegetables - Zuchinni Boat

Vegetables - Zuchinni Boat
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.Cut small slices off the ends and slice off the top about a 1/3. Scoop out the center and discard the seeds. Cut out all excess leaving the center pretty clear. Chop up the pulp of the zuchini that you scooped out.Add to that pulp: 3 Tbl. of bread crumbs or small croutons 2 Tbl. minced carrots 2 Tbl. sliced green onion 2 Tbl. finely chopped celery 2 Tbl. finely chopped tomato dash of hot pepper seeds salt and pepper to taste a dash of cayenne pepperItalian salad... Learning Kitchen - Post by : tushar - Author : Unknown - Read : 2493

Vegetables - Tomatillo -  Fiery Pork Stew With Tomatillos Vegetables - Tomatillo - Fiery Pork Stew With Tomatillos

Vegetables - Tomatillo -  Fiery Pork Stew With Tomatillos
2 lbs. pork, cut in 1 1/2 inch cubes 8 small red potatoes, diced 1 can black beans 1 can (10 oz.) Rotel tomatoes with green chilies 2 T garlic, chopped 1 lb. tomatillos, husked, cored and sliced 2 medium onions, halved and sliced 1 boullion cube, dissolved in 1 cup water salt and pepper (green peppercorns are good) 2 heaping t ground cumin 1/2 t dried chipotle chilies 1 t dried oregano 2 t dried cilantro 1/2 C masa 1 C warm water Layer all ingredients in crockpot. Stir to combine. Cook on low for... Learning Kitchen - Post by : mrwilliams - Author : Unknown - Read : 3453

The Fair Maid Of Perth, Or St. Valentine's Day - Chapter XXII The Fair Maid Of Perth, Or St. Valentine's Day - Chapter XXII

The Fair Maid Of Perth, Or St. Valentine's Day - Chapter XXII
CHAPTER XXIIIn pottingry he wrocht great pyne;He murdreit mony in medecyne.DUNBAR.When, after an entertainment the prolonging of which was like torture to the wounded knight, the Earl of Crawford at length took horse, to go to his distant quarters in the Castle of Dupplin he resided as a guest, the Knight of Ramorny retired into his sleeping apartment, agonized by pains of body and anxiety of mind. Here he found Henbane Dwining, on whom it was his hard fate to depend for consolation in both respects.... Long Stories - Post by : gmentgen - Author : Sir Walter Scott - Read : 1017

The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 21. The Lion Becomes the King of Beasts The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 21. The Lion Becomes the King of Beasts

The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 21. The Lion Becomes the King of Beasts
Chapter 21. The Lion Becomes the King of BeastsAfter climbing down from the china wall the travelers found themselves in a disagreeable country, full of bogs and marshes and covered with tall, rank grass. It was difficult to walk without falling into muddy holes, for the grass was so thick that it hid them from sight. However, by carefully picking their way, they got safely along until they reached solid ground. But here the country seemed wilder than ever, and after a long and tiresome walk through... Long Stories - Post by : John_Ahern - Author : L. Frank Baum - Read : 3344

Tik-tok Of Oz - Chapter 12. The Lovely Lady of Light Tik-tok Of Oz - Chapter 12. The Lovely Lady of Light

Tik-tok Of Oz - Chapter 12. The Lovely Lady of Light
Chapter 12. The Lovely Lady of LightThe palace of the Queen of Light stood on a little eminence and was a mass of crystal windows, surmounted by a vast crystal dome. When they entered the portals Erma was greeted by six lovely maidens, evidently of high degree, who at once aroused Betsy's admiration. Each bore a wand in her hand, tipped with an emblem of light, and their costumes were also emblematic of the lights they represented. Erma introduced them to her guests and each made a graceful and courteous... Long Stories - Post by : telestar - Author : L. Frank Baum - Read : 2836

The Virginians - Chapter XLVII. Visitors in Trouble The Virginians - Chapter XLVII. Visitors in Trouble

The Virginians - Chapter XLVII. Visitors in Trouble
Mr. Gumbo's generous and feeling conduct soothed and softened the angry heart of his master, and Harry's second night in the spunging-house was passed more pleasantly than the first. Somebody at least there was to help and compassionate with him. Still, though softened in that one particular spot, Harry's heart was hard and proud towards almost all the rest of the world. They were selfish and ungenerous, he thought. His pious Aunt Warrington, his lordly friend March, his cynical cousin Castlewood,--all... Long Stories - Post by : Jeremy_Daley - Author : William Makepeace Thackeray - Read : 3471

The History Of The Next French Revolution - Chapter IV. THE BATTLE OF RHEIMS The History Of The Next French Revolution - Chapter IV. THE BATTLE OF RHEIMS

The History Of The Next French Revolution - Chapter IV. THE BATTLE OF RHEIMS
It was not the first time that the King had had to undergo misfortunes; and now, as then, he met them like a man. The Prince of Joinville was not successful in his campaign against the Imperial Pretender: and that bravery which had put the British fleet to flight, was found, as might be expected, insufficient against the irresistible courage of native Frenchmen. The Horse Marines, not being on their own element, could not act with their usual effect. Accustomed to the tumult of the swelling seas,... Long Stories - Post by : pcincome - Author : William Makepeace Thackeray - Read : 2004

Under Two Flags - Chapter XIV. 'DE PROFUNDIS' BEFORE 'PLUNGING.' Under Two Flags - Chapter XIV. "DE PROFUNDIS" BEFORE "PLUNGING."

Under Two Flags - Chapter XIV. 'DE PROFUNDIS' BEFORE 'PLUNGING.'
Three months later it was guest-night in the messroom of a certain famous light cavalry regiment, who bear the reputation of being the fastest corps in the English service. Of a truth, they do "plunge" a little too wildly; and stories are told of bets over ecarte in their anteroom that have been prompt extinction forever and aye to the losers, for they rarely play money down, their stakes are too high, and moderate fortunes may go in a night with the other convenient but fatal system. But, this one... Long Stories - Post by : jscorcia - Author : Ouida - Read : 2688

The Life Of George Washington - Volume 1 - Chapter 22 The Life Of George Washington - Volume 1 - Chapter 22

The Life Of George Washington - Volume 1 - Chapter 22
CHAPTER XXII.WASHINGTON VINDICATES HIS CONDUCT TO LORD LOUDOUN--HIS RECEPTION BY HIS LORDSHIP--MILITARY PLANS--LORD LOUDOUN AT HALIFAX--MONTCALM ON LAKE GEORGE--HIS TRIUMPHS--LORD LOUDOUN'S FAILURES--WASHINGTON AT WINCHESTER-- CONTINUED MISUNDERSTANDINGS WITH DINWIDDIE--RETURN TO MOUNT VERNON.Circumstances had led Washington to think that Lord Loudoun "had received impressions to his prejudice by false representations of facts," and that a wrong idea prevailed at head-quarters respecting the state... Nonfictions - Post by : askjan - Author : Washington Irving - Read : 2278

The History Of Tom Jones, A Foundling - Book 5 - Chapter 12 The History Of Tom Jones, A Foundling - Book 5 - Chapter 12

The History Of Tom Jones, A Foundling - Book 5 - Chapter 12
Book V. Chapter XII.In which is seen a more moving spectacle than all the blood in the bodies of Thwackum and Blifil, and of twenty other such, is capable of producing.The rest of Mr Western's company were now come up, being just at the instant when the action was over. These were the honest clergyman, whom we have formerly seen at Mr Western's table; Mrs Western, the aunt of Sophia; and lastly, the lovely Sophia herself.At this time, the following was the aspect of the bloody field. In one place... Long Stories - Post by : Christy - Author : Henry Fielding - Read : 3287

The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 68. The Prime Minister's Political Creed The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 68. The Prime Minister's Political Creed

The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 68. The Prime Minister's Political Creed
VOLUME II CHAPTER LXVIII. The Prime Minister's Political CreedThe Duke, before he went to Matching, twice reminded Phineas Finn that he was expected there in a day or two. "The Duchess says that your wife is coming to-morrow," the Duke said on the day of his departure. But Phineas could not go then. His services to his country were required among the dockyards and ships, and he postponed his visit till the end of September. Then he started for Matching, having the double pleasure before him of meeting... Long Stories - Post by : otter - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 3242

The Vicar Of Bullhampton - Chapter 5. The Miller The Vicar Of Bullhampton - Chapter 5. The Miller

The Vicar Of Bullhampton - Chapter 5. The Miller
CHAPTER V. THE MILLERMr. Fenwick reached Brattle's mill about two o'clock in the day. During the whole morning, while saying comfortable words to old women, and gently rebuking young maidens, he had been thinking of Sam Brattle and his offences. He had not been in the parish very long, not over five or six years, but he had been there long enough to see Sam grow out of boyhood into manhood; and at his first coming to the parish, for the first two or three years, the lad had been a favourite with... Long Stories - Post by : deano - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 2090

The Nabob - Chapter 3. Memoirs Of An Office Porter A Mere Glance At The Territorial Bank The Nabob - Chapter 3. Memoirs Of An Office Porter A Mere Glance At The Territorial Bank

The Nabob - Chapter 3. Memoirs Of An Office Porter A Mere Glance At The Territorial Bank
CHAPTER III. MEMOIRS OF AN OFFICE PORTER A MERE GLANCE AT THE TERRITORIAL BANKI had just finished my frugal morning repast and, as my habit was, placed the remains of my modest provisions in the board-room safe with a secret lock, which has served me as a store-cupboard during four years, almost, that I have been at the Territorial. Suddenly the governor walks into the offices, with his face all red and eyes inflamed, as though after a night's feasting, draws in his breath noisily, and in rude terms... Long Stories - Post by : linksavage - Author : Alphonse Daudet - Read : 761

The Aspirations Of Jean Servien - Chapter 12 The Aspirations Of Jean Servien - Chapter 12

The Aspirations Of Jean Servien - Chapter 12
CHAPTER XIIThis new life pleased him; it slipped by with a soothing monotony, and he found it healthful and to his taste. One evening, as he was coming downstairs at his old tutor's, a stout man offered him, with a sweep of the arm, the bill of fare advertising a neighbouring cook-shop; he carried a huge bundle of them under his left arm. Then stopping abruptly: "_Per Bacco!_" cried the fellow; "it is my old pupil. Tall and straight as a young poplar, here stands Monsieur Jean Servien!" It was no... Long Stories - Post by : pnholt2 - Author : Anatole France - Read : 598

The Children's Pilgrimage - Part 3. The Great Journey - Chapter 4. The Word That Settled Joe Barnes The Children's Pilgrimage - Part 3. The Great Journey - Chapter 4. The Word That Settled Joe Barnes

The Children's Pilgrimage - Part 3. The Great Journey - Chapter 4. The Word That Settled Joe Barnes
THIRD PART. THE GREAT JOURNEY CHAPTER IV. THE WORD THAT SETTLED JOE BARNESFrom London to Paris is no distance at all. The most delicate invalid can scarcely be fatigued by so slight a journey. So you say, who go comfortably for a pleasure trip. You start at a reasonably early hour in the morning, and arrive at your destination in time for dinner. A few of you, no doubt, may dread that short hour and a half spent on the Channel. But even its horrors are mitigated by large steamers and kind and attentive... Long Stories - Post by : jensrsa - Author : L. T. Meade - Read : 1425