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Fruit - Apples -  Baked Apples Fruit - Apples - Baked Apples

Fruit - Apples -  Baked Apples
2 tablespoons cinnamon 1/2 cup sugar 6 apples butter foil At Home: Mix together cinnamon and sugar and place in a small air tight container. At Campsite: Wash apple. Cut out core being careful not to cut through the bottom. Fill with cinnamon and sugar mixture. Add a dot of butter. Set on a piece of heavy foil. Pull up sides and twist top to look like a Hershey Kiss. Make sure that it fits tight around the apple and all the edges are sealed. Repeat for each apple. Place in the ashes away from the... Learning Kitchen - Post by : paulj93 - Author : Unknown - Read : 693

Pies - Pumpkin -  Pumpkin Pie (with Fresh Pumpkin) Pies - Pumpkin - Pumpkin Pie (with Fresh Pumpkin)

Pies - Pumpkin -  Pumpkin Pie (with Fresh Pumpkin)
4 1/2 cups fresh mashed pumpkin 4 eggs, slightly beaten 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 tsp. salt 2 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. clove 2 (12 oz.) cans evaporated milk Combine in order given. 425*15 minutes 350* 45 minutes uses 2 deep dish pie shells... Learning Kitchen - Post by : stefano - Author : Unknown - Read : 2897

Poultry - Chicken And Vegetable Fettucine With Hot Peanut Sauce Poultry - Chicken And Vegetable Fettucine With Hot Peanut Sauce

Poultry - Chicken And Vegetable Fettucine With Hot Peanut Sauce
1 1/2 lbs chicken breast chopped in bite sized pieces 1/2 cup each Broccoli, carrots and red onion , chopped 3/4 cup peanut butter 1 1/2 tsp garlic 1 Tbsp red pepper flakes 2 Tbsp chopped onion 1 tbsp brown sugar 1/4 cup lemon juice 3 Tbsp soy sauce 1 1/2 cups chicken broth veggie oil 1 lb fettucine, cooked al dente and kept warm In food processor, blend together peanut butter, garlic, onion, red pepper flakes, brown sugar, lemon juice, soy sauce and 1/4 cups chicken broth. You want the consistency... Learning Kitchen - Post by : Bruce_Hughbanks - Author : Unknown - Read : 2620

Poultry - Chicken Casserole -  Kathleen's Company Chicken Poultry - Chicken Casserole - Kathleen's Company Chicken

Poultry - Chicken Casserole -  Kathleen's Company Chicken
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 cup sour cream 1 (10 3/4 oz.) can cream of mushroom soup salt and pepper to taste 2 cups rice 4 cups water Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.Mix sour cream, mushroom soup and water together till smooth, add rice. Pour into baking dish (13 x 9 in.) Place chicken on top. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake for 45 to 60 minutes covered - 350 degrees. The rice will be cooked and water absorbed when done.... Learning Kitchen - Post by : Gary_Wilkinson - Author : Unknown - Read : 3023

Guy Mannering Or The Astrologer - Volume 1 - Chapter XII Guy Mannering Or The Astrologer - Volume 1 - Chapter XII

Guy Mannering Or The Astrologer - Volume 1 - Chapter XII
CHAPTER XIIReputation! that's man's idol Set up against God, the Maker of all laws, Who hath commanded us we should not kill, And yet we say we must, for Reputation! What honest man can either fear his own, Or else will hurt another's reputation? Fear to do base unworthy things is valour; If they be done to us, to suffer them Is valour too. BEN JONSON.The Colonel was walking pensively up and down the parlour when the officious landlady reentered to take his commands. Having given them in the manner... Long Stories - Post by : BerkleyStreet - Author : Sir Walter Scott - Read : 3126

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

The Fair Maid Of Perth, Or St. Valentine's Day - Chapter XXVIII
CHAPTER XXVIIIWhat want these outlaws conquerors should haveBut history's purchased page to call them great,A wider space, an ornamented grave?Their hopes were not less warm, their souls were full as brave.BYRON.The funeral obsequies being over, the same flotilla which had proceeded in solemn and sad array down the lake prepared to return with displayed banners, and every demonstration of mirth and joy; for there was but brief time to celebrate festivals when the awful conflict betwixt the Clan Quhele... Long Stories - Post by : Bruce_Springste - Author : Sir Walter Scott - Read : 2277

The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - MANHOOD - 2. How Claus Made the First Toy The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - MANHOOD - 2. How Claus Made the First Toy

The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - MANHOOD - 2. How Claus Made the First Toy
MANHOOD - 2. How Claus Made the First ToyTruly our Claus had wisdom, for his good fortune but strengthened his resolve to befriend the little ones of his own race. He knew his plan was approved by the immortals, else they would not have favored him so greatly.So he began at once to make acquaintance with mankind. He walked through the Valley to the plain beyond, and crossed the plain in many directions to reach the abodes of men. These stood singly or in groups of dwellings called villages, and in... Long Stories - Post by : wholesaleguy - Author : L. Frank Baum - Read : 2042

Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc - BOOK II. IN COURT AND CAMP - Chapter 13. Checked by the Folly of the Wise Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc - BOOK II. IN COURT AND CAMP - Chapter 13. Checked by the Folly of the Wise

Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc - BOOK II. IN COURT AND CAMP - Chapter 13. Checked by the Folly of the Wise
WE MARCHED out in great strength and splendor, and took the road toward Orleans. The initial part of Joan's great dream was realizing itself at last. It was the first time that any of us youngsters had ever seen an army, and it was a most stately and imposing spectacle to us. It was indeed an inspiring sight, that interminable column, stretching away into the fading distances, and curving itself in and out of the crookedness of the road like a mighty serpent. Joan rode at the head of it with her... Long Stories - Post by : Maltabrit - Author : Mark Twain - Read : 878

Deephaven - 9. Cunner-Fishing Deephaven - 9. Cunner-Fishing

Deephaven - 9. Cunner-Fishing
One of the chief pleasures in Deephaven was our housekeeping. Going to market was apt to use up a whole morning, especially if we went to the fish-houses. We depended somewhat upon supplies from Boston, but sometimes we used to chase a butcher who took a drive in his old canvas-topped cart when he felt like it, and as for fish, there were always enough to be caught, even if we could not buy any. Our acquaintances would often ask if we had anything for dinner that day, and would kindly suggest that... Long Stories - Post by : opuavang - Author : Sarah Orne Jewett - Read : 1820

The Duke's Children - Chapter 71. 'What Am I To Say, Sir?' The Duke's Children - Chapter 71. "What Am I To Say, Sir?"

The Duke's Children - Chapter 71. 'What Am I To Say, Sir?'
CHAPTER LXXI. "What Am I to Say, Sir?"When Silverbridge left Mr. Boncassen's house he was resolved to go to his father without an hour's delay, and represent to the Duke exactly how the case stood. He would be urgent, piteous, submissive, and eloquent. In any other matter he would promise to make whatever arrangements his father might desire. He would make his father understand that all his happiness depended on this marriage. When once married he would settle down, even at Gatherum Castle if the... Long Stories - Post by : Cyndall - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 687

The Eustace Diamonds - Volume 2 - Chapter 71. Lizzie Is Threatened With The Treadmill The Eustace Diamonds - Volume 2 - Chapter 71. Lizzie Is Threatened With The Treadmill

The Eustace Diamonds - Volume 2 - Chapter 71. Lizzie Is Threatened With The Treadmill
VOLUME II CHAPTER LXXI. Lizzie Is Threatened with the TreadmillEarly on the Wednesday morning, two or three hours before the time fixed for Lizzie's visit to Mr. Camperdown, her cousin Frank came to call upon her. She presumed him to be altogether ignorant of all that Major Mackintosh had known, and therefore endeavoured to receive him as though her heart were light."Oh, Frank," she said, "you have heard of our terrible misfortune here?""I have heard so much," said he gravely, "that I hardly know... Long Stories - Post by : rwammm - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 3320

The Kellys And The O'kellys - Chapter 2. The Two Heiresses The Kellys And The O'kellys - Chapter 2. The Two Heiresses

The Kellys And The O'kellys - Chapter 2. The Two Heiresses
CHAPTER II. THE TWO HEIRESSESFrancis John Mountmorris O'Kelly, Lord Viscount Ballindine, was twenty-four years of age when he came into possession of the Ballindine property, and succeeded to an Irish peerage as the third viscount; and he is now twenty-six, at this time of O'Connell's trial. The head of the family had for many years back been styled "The O'Kelly", and had enjoyed much more local influence under that denomination than their descendants had possessed, since they had obtained a more... Long Stories - Post by : leapoffaith - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 2550

The Mystery Of Cloomber - Chapter 11. Of The Casting Away Of The Barque 'Belinda' The Mystery Of Cloomber - Chapter 11. Of The Casting Away Of The Barque "Belinda"

The Mystery Of Cloomber - Chapter 11. Of The Casting Away Of The Barque 'Belinda'
CHAPTER XI. OF THE CASTING AWAY OF THE BARQUE "BELINDA"The third of October had broken auspiciously with a bright sun and a cloudless sky. There had in the morning been a slight breeze, and a few little white wreaths of vapour drifted here and there like the scattered feathers of some gigantic bird, but, as the day wore on, such wind as there was fell completely away, and the air became close and stagnant. The sun blazed down with a degree of heat which was remarkable so late in the season, and... Long Stories - Post by : peterdobler - Author : Arthur Conan Doyle - Read : 1801

The Great Shadow - Chapter 15. The End Of It The Great Shadow - Chapter 15. The End Of It

The Great Shadow - Chapter 15. The End Of It
CHAPTER XV. THE END OF ITAnd now I have very nearly come to the end of it all, and precious glad I shall be to find myself there; for I began this old memory with a light heart, thinking that it would give me some work for the long summer evenings, but as I went on I wakened a thousand sleeping sorrows and half-forgotten griefs, and now my soul is all as raw as the hide of an ill-sheared sheep. If I come safely out of it I will swear never to set pen to paper again, for it is so easy at first, like... Long Stories - Post by : Niceday_Jacky - Author : Arthur Conan Doyle - Read : 3501

The Golden Road - Chapter 6. Great-Aunt Eliza's Visit The Golden Road - Chapter 6. Great-Aunt Eliza's Visit

The Golden Road - Chapter 6. Great-Aunt Eliza's Visit
CHAPTER VI. GREAT-AUNT ELIZA'S VISITIt was a diamond winter day in February--clear, cold, hard, brilliant. The sharp blue sky shone, the white fields and hills glittered, the fringe of icicles around the eaves of Uncle Alec's house sparkled. Keen was the frost and crisp the snow over our world; and we young fry of the King households were all agog to enjoy life--for was it not Saturday, and were we not left all alone to keep house? Aunt Janet and Aunt Olivia had had their last big "kill" of market... Long Stories - Post by : bohlken - Author : Lucy Maud Montgomery - Read : 606

Salted With Fire - Chapter 16 Salted With Fire - Chapter 16

Salted With Fire - Chapter 16
CHAPTER XVIBut it brought no solace to the mind of the weak, hard-hearted, and guilty son. He had succeeded once more in temporarily soothing his conscience with some narcotic of false comfort, and now slept the sleep of the houseless, whose covering was narrower than he could wrap himself in. Ah, those nights! Alas for the sleepless human soul out in the eternal cold! But so heartless was James, that, if his mother had come to him in the morning with her tear-dimmed eyes, he would never have asked... Long Stories - Post by : noseotter - Author : George Macdonald - Read : 2818

The Struggles Of Brown, Jones, And Robinson - Chapter 18. An Evening At The 'Goose And Gridiron' The Struggles Of Brown, Jones, And Robinson - Chapter 18. An Evening At The "Goose And Gridiron"

The Struggles Of Brown, Jones, And Robinson - Chapter 18. An Evening At The 'Goose And Gridiron'
CHAPTER XVIII. AN EVENING AT THE "GOOSE AND GRIDIRON"Those political debaters who met together weekly at the "Goose and Gridiron" were certainly open to the insinuation that they copied the practices of another debating society, which held its sittings farther west. In some respects they did so, and were perhaps even servile in their imitation. They divided themselves into parties, of which each had an ostensible leader. But then there was always some ambitious but hardly trustworthy member who endeavoured... Long Stories - Post by : mikman - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 2911

The Fixed Period - Volume 1 - Chapter 2. Gabriel Crasweller The Fixed Period - Volume 1 - Chapter 2. Gabriel Crasweller

The Fixed Period - Volume 1 - Chapter 2. Gabriel Crasweller
VOLUME I CHAPTER II. GABRIEL CRASWELLERI will now begin my tale. It is above thirty years since I commenced my agitation in Britannula. We were a small people, and had not then been blessed by separation; but we were, I think, peculiarly intelligent. We were the very cream, as it were, that had been skimmed from the milk-pail of the people of a wider colony, themselves gifted with more than ordinary intelligence. We were the _elite of the selected population of New Zealand. I think I may say that... Long Stories - Post by : clelestem - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 696

He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 29. Mr And Mrs Outhouse He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 29. Mr And Mrs Outhouse

He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 29. Mr And Mrs Outhouse
CHAPTER XXIX. MR AND MRS OUTHOUSEBoth Mr Outhouse and his wife were especially timid in taking upon themselves the cares of other people. Not on that account is it to be supposed that they were bad or selfish. They were both given much to charity, and bestowed both in time and money more than is ordinarily considered necessary even from persons in their position. But what they gave, they gave away from their own quiet hearth. Had money been wanting to the daughters of his wife's brother, Mr Outhouse... Long Stories - Post by : albefree - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 1370

He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 73. Dorothy Returns To Exeter He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 73. Dorothy Returns To Exeter

He Knew He Was Right - Chapter 73. Dorothy Returns To Exeter
CHAPTER LXXIII. DOROTHY RETURNS TO EXETERMiss Stanbury perfectly understood that Martha was to come back by the train reaching Exeter at 7 p.m., and that she might be expected in the Close about a quarter-of-an-hour after that time. She had been nervous and anxious all day, so much so that Mr Martin had told her that she must be very careful. 'That's all very well,' the old woman had said, 'but you haven't got any medicine for my complaint, Mr Martin.' The apothecary had assured her that the worst... Long Stories - Post by : Carl_Gates - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 951