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Vegetables - Eggplant -  Mediterranean Stuffed Eggplant Vegetables - Eggplant - Mediterranean Stuffed Eggplant

Vegetables - Eggplant -  Mediterranean Stuffed Eggplant
1 large eggplant -- halved lengthwise 2 tablespoons oil 1/2 cup chopped onion 1 clove garlic -- minced 2 tablespoons margarine 2 tablespoons flour 1 pound can diced tomatoes 1/2 teaspoon oregano OR marjoram 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 dash salt 1/2 cup Feta cheese or drained cottage cheese Wash eggplant and cut in half. Scoop out pulp leaving 1/2" shell Microwave shell for 8 minutes on High, until soft. Chop pulp and saute in oil with onion and garlic until tender. Melt margarine in Microwave. Add flour... Learning Kitchen - Post by : Martin_Wales - Author : Unknown - Read : 1304

Vegetables - Green Beans -  Garlicky Green Beans Vegetables - Green Beans - Garlicky Green Beans

Vegetables - Green Beans -  Garlicky Green Beans
1 lb fresh green beans -- cut into 3" pieces 2 T. butter 3 cloves garlic -- finely minced 1 tsp chicken bouillon granules (not cube)--I used chicken Better than Bouillon 1/4 cup white wine (I used dry sherry) Kosher salt and pepper to taste Steam or boil green beans for 4-5 minutes until crisp-tender. In medium skillet over medium heat melt butter, add garlic, and saute for 3 minutes or until tender and fragrant. Add green beans, stir well to coat with the butter/garlic mixture, sprinkle chicken... Learning Kitchen - Post by : kwsoo - Author : Unknown - Read : 592

Three Years - Chapter II Three Years - Chapter II

Three Years - Chapter II
CHAPTER IIThe next morning was a cheerful one; it was a holiday. At ten o'clock Nina Fyodorovna, wearing a brown dress and with her hair neatly arranged, was led into the drawing-room, supported on each side. There she walked about a little and stood by the open window, and her smile was broad and naive, and, looking at her, one recalled a local artist, a great drunkard, who wanted her to sit to him for a picture of the Russian carnival. And all of them--the children, the servants, her brother, Alexey... Long Stories - Post by : Robert_J_Hardy - Author : Anton Chekhov - Read : 1779

Boy Scouts In The North Sea - Chapter V. TWO MYSTERIOUS CHANGES Boy Scouts In The North Sea - Chapter V. TWO MYSTERIOUS CHANGES

Boy Scouts In The North Sea - Chapter V. TWO MYSTERIOUS CHANGES
CHAPTER V. TWO MYSTERIOUS CHANGES"Hey, you!" shouted Jimmie, dashing across the street in the direction of the queer outfit. "Come here! I want to see you!"The pseudo milk vendor gave a quick glance at the approaching boy. A street lamp cast a flickering glare upon the automatic which Jimmie had drawn from his pocket. Without waiting to explain or ask questions the person addressed deserted the dog team instantly.With but a single look over its shoulder the figure darted toward a building at the... Long Stories - Post by : jaiminko - Author : G. Harvey Ralphson - Read : 1199

The Virginians - Chapter XXXI. The Bear and the Leader The Virginians - Chapter XXXI. The Bear and the Leader

The Virginians - Chapter XXXI. The Bear and the Leader
Our candid readers know the real state of the case regarding Harry Warrington and that luckless Cattarina; but a number of the old ladies at Tunbridge Wells supposed the Virginian to be as dissipated as any young English nobleman of the highest quality, and Madame de Bernstein was especially incredulous about her nephew's innocence. It was the old lady's firm belief that Harry was leading not only a merry life, but a wicked one, and her wish was father to the thought that the lad might be no better... Long Stories - Post by : theorym - Author : William Makepeace Thackeray - Read : 2263

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 : 3317

Familiar Studies Of Men & Books - PREFACE BY WAY OF CRITICISM Familiar Studies Of Men & Books - PREFACE BY WAY OF CRITICISM

Familiar Studies Of Men & Books - PREFACE BY WAY OF CRITICISM
THESE studies are collected from the monthly press. One appeared in the NEW QUARTERLY, one in MACMILLAN'S, and the rest in the CORNHILL MAGAZINE. To the CORNHILL I owe a double debt of thanks; first, that I was received there in the very best society, and under the eye of the very best of editors; and second, that the proprietors have allowed me to republish so considerable an amount of copy.These nine worthies have been brought together from many different ages and countries. Not the most erudite... Nonfictions - Post by : msm7000 - Author : Robert Louis Stevenson - Read : 981

The Crayon Papers - BROEK The Crayon Papers - BROEK

The Crayon Papers - BROEK
OF THE DUTCH PARADISEIt has long been a matter of discussion and controversy among the pious and the learned, as to the situation of the terrestrial paradise from whence our first parents were exiled. This question has been put to rest by certain of the faithful in Holland, who have decided in favor of the village of Broek, about six miles from Amsterdam. It may not, they observe, correspond in all respects to the description of the Garden of Eden, handed down from days of yore, but it comes nearer... Long Stories - Post by : khushee - Author : Washington Irving - Read : 1922

The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 2. In The New World - Chapter 28. In The Pool Of Quebec The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 2. In The New World - Chapter 28. In The Pool Of Quebec

The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 2. In The New World - Chapter 28. In The Pool Of Quebec
PART II. IN THE NEW WORLD CHAPTER XXVIII. IN THE POOL OF QUEBECA singular colony it was of which the shipwrecked party found themselves now to be members. The _St. Christophe had left Rochelle three weeks before with four small consorts conveying five hundred soldiers to help the struggling colony on the St. Lawrence. The squadron had become separated, however, and the governor was pursuing his way alone in the hope of picking up the others in the river. Aboard he had a company of the regiment... Long Stories - Post by : NightLight - Author : Arthur Conan Doyle - Read : 3136

The Sign Of The Four - Chapter 11. The Great Agra Treasure The Sign Of The Four - Chapter 11. The Great Agra Treasure

The Sign Of The Four - Chapter 11. The Great Agra Treasure
Chapter XI. The Great Agra TreasureOur captive sat in the cabin opposite to the iron box which he had done so much and waited so long to gain. He was a sunburned, reckless-eyed fellow, with a net-work of lines and wrinkles all over his mahogany features, which told of a hard, open-air life. There was a singular prominence about his bearded chin which marked a man who was not to be easily turned from his purpose. His age may have been fifty or thereabouts, for his black, curly hair was thickly shot... Long Stories - Post by : bingo4466 - Author : Arthur Conan Doyle - Read : 1992

The Spy: A Tale Of The Neutral Ground - Chapter 35 The Spy: A Tale Of The Neutral Ground - Chapter 35

The Spy: A Tale Of The Neutral Ground - Chapter 35
CHAPTER XXXVSome village Hampden, that with dauntless breast The village tyrant of his fields withstood-- Some mute, inglorious Milton here may rest; Some Cromwell, guiltless of his country's blood. --GRAY.It was thirty-three years after the interview which we have just related that an American army was once more arrayed against the troops of England; but the scene was transferred from Hudson's banks to those of the Niagara. The body of... Long Stories - Post by : yeofeng - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 3254

The Tin Box - Chapter 13. Three Young Sportsmen The Tin Box - Chapter 13. Three Young Sportsmen

The Tin Box - Chapter 13. Three Young Sportsmen
CHAPTER XIII. THREE YOUNG SPORTSMENPhilip turned and surveyed the newcomers in apparent surprise. "Are you out gunning?" he asked. "Yes. I have secured a guide, as you see, fearing I might get lost in the woods. I believe you know him?" "I have that honor," said Philip, superciliously. This was so much in Philip's ordinary style that Harry did not dream there was any collusion between them, and that Philip was here by appointment. "You haven't explained how you happen to be here," said Congreve.... Long Stories - Post by : bobbyred02 - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1648

Oak Openings - Chapter 16 Oak Openings - Chapter 16

Oak Openings - Chapter 16
CHAPTER XVIThe raptures of a conqueror's mood Rushed burning through his frame; The depths of that green solitude Its torrents could not tame, Though stillness lay, with eve's last smile, Round those far fountains of the Nile --MRS HEMANS.When the bee-hunter and Corporal Flint thus went forth in midnight, from the "garrison" of Castle Meal (Chateau au Miel), as the latter would have expressed it, it was with no great apprehension of meeting any other than a four-footed enemy,... Long Stories - Post by : ruchir - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 2238

Wild Kitty - Chapter 25. Kitty 'Go-Bragh' (Forever) Wild Kitty - Chapter 25. Kitty "Go-Bragh" (Forever)

Wild Kitty - Chapter 25. Kitty 'Go-Bragh' (Forever)
CHAPTER XXV. KITTY "GO-BRAGH" (FOREVER)But Kitty's happiness was very short-lived, for long before they got to Saltbury Elma was really so ill that she could not hold up her head. Kitty had never seen such severe illness before. She was not easily frightened; she had plenty of pluck when a real emergency arose, and she now determined to do her best for her companion. "It is all the worry and the misery she has undergone," thought Kitty to herself; "but now that my mind is at rest she will see what... Long Stories - Post by : fra0667 - Author : L. T. Meade - Read : 1708

Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 5 Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 5

Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 5
CHAPTER V“Nathaniel’s coat, sir, was not fully made,And Gabriel’s pumps were all unpink’d i’ th' heel;There was no link to color Peter’s hat,And Walter’s dagger was not come from sheathing;There were none fine, but Adam, Ralph, and Gregory.”—Shakespeare.After winding along the side of the mountain, the road, on reaching the gentle declivity which lay at the base of the hill, turned at a right angle to its former course, and shot down an inclined... Long Stories - Post by : shady - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 1889

The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 44:1 To Jeremiah 44:30 (Bible) The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 44:1 To Jeremiah 44:30 (Bible)

The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 44:1 To Jeremiah 44:30 (Bible)
Chapter 44(Book of Jeremiah | Holy Bible | Old Testament | King James Version)(For all books in the Bible, go to Bible Main Page)Jeremiah 44:1 The word that came to Jeremiah concerning all the Jews which dwell in the land of Egypt, which dwell at Migdol, and at Tahpanhes, and at Noph, and in the country of Pathros, saying, Jeremiah 44:2 Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; Ye have seen all the evil that I have brought upon Jerusalem, and upon all the cities of Judah; and, behold, this... Nonfictions - Post by : win_thomas - Author : 1 - Read : 3065

The Book Of Isaiah [bible, Old Testament] - Isaiah 24:1 To Isaiah 24:23 (Bible) The Book Of Isaiah [bible, Old Testament] - Isaiah 24:1 To Isaiah 24:23 (Bible)

The Book Of Isaiah [bible, Old Testament] - Isaiah 24:1 To Isaiah 24:23 (Bible)
Chapter 24(Book of Isaiah | Holy Bible | Old Testament | King James Version)(For all books in the Bible, go to Bible Main Page)Isaiah 24:1 Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty, and maketh it waste, and turneth it upside down, and scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof. Isaiah 24:2 And it shall be, as with the people, so with the priest; as with the servant, so with his master; as with the maid, so with her mistress; as with the buyer, so with the seller; as with the lender, so with the borrower;... Nonfictions - Post by : 66301 - Author : 1 - Read : 2815

The Book Of Ezekiel [bible, Old Testament] - Ezekiel 20:1 To Ezekiel 20:49 (Bible) The Book Of Ezekiel [bible, Old Testament] - Ezekiel 20:1 To Ezekiel 20:49 (Bible)

The Book Of Ezekiel [bible, Old Testament] - Ezekiel 20:1 To Ezekiel 20:49 (Bible)
Chapter 20 (Book of Ezekiel | Holy Bible | Old Testament | King James Version)(For all books in the Bible, go to Bible Main Page)Ezekiel 20:1 And it came to pass in the seventh year, in the fifth month, the tenth day of the month, that certain of the elders of Israel came to enquire of the LORD, and sat before me. Ezekiel 20:2 Then came the word of the LORD unto me, saying, Ezekiel 20:3 Son of man, speak unto the elders of Israel, and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Are ye come to enquire... Nonfictions - Post by : isalihu2001 - Author : 1 - Read : 2845

A Residence In France - Letter 25 A Residence In France - Letter 25

A Residence In France - Letter 25
LETTER XXVControversy respecting America.--Conduct of American Diplomatists.--_Attaches to American Legations.--Unworthy State of Public Opinion in America. Dear ----, The recent arrivals from America have brought a document that has filled me with surprise and chagrin. You may remember what I have already written you on the subject of a controversy at Paris, concerning the cost of government, and the manner in which the agents of the United States, past and present, wrongfully or not, were made... Nonfictions - Post by : john3511 - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 2732

In A New World; Or, Among The Gold Fields Of Australia - Chapter 33. The Tables Are Turned In A New World; Or, Among The Gold Fields Of Australia - Chapter 33. The Tables Are Turned

In A New World; Or, Among The Gold Fields Of Australia - Chapter 33. The Tables Are Turned
CHAPTER XXXIII. THE TABLES ARE TURNEDIt was certainly an oversight in Fletcher not to have ascertained the situation of the government encampment. He was under the impression that it was in a direction opposite to that in which they were moving, and this determined his course. He was therefore wholly unconscious of danger, and tranquil in mind, though his situation was critical. Obed was puzzled to know in what manner to get the necessary intelligence to his comrades. Chance gave him a suggestion.... Long Stories - Post by : Fexana - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1469