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Southwestern - Better Than Hot Bird And Bean Chili Southwestern - Better Than Hot Bird And Bean Chili

Southwestern - Better Than Hot Bird And Bean Chili
6 Stalks celery- diced 2 Medium Yellow Onion- diced 1 Medium Sweet Pepper- finely diced 1 Tbsp. Vegetable Oil 1 Red Lion Spicy Foods Company Chili Spice Mix 1 can Black Beans (Drained) -- (4 oz.) (4 to 14) 1 Can Crushed Tomato -- (1 oz.) (1 to 32) 1 Can Tomato Sauce -- (1 oz) (1 to 8) 1 Can Tomato Paste -- (1 oz.) (1 to 6) 6 Cups Turkey (Pre-cooked) -- diced 6 Cups Chicken or Turkey Stock 1 Bay Leaf Heat oil over medium heat, add celery, scallions, and green pepper. Cook for 5 minutes, till soft.... Learning Kitchen - Post by : colynbh - Author : Unknown - Read : 3243

Vegetables - Sliced Red Skins Vinaigrette Vegetables - Sliced Red Skins Vinaigrette

Vegetables - Sliced Red Skins Vinaigrette
2 lb. small red skin potatoes 1/2 cup fresh parsley 1/4 cup fresh snipped chives 3/4 cup safflower oil 1 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 2 tsp. dry mustard 1 tsp. salt freshly ground pepper Put potatoes in a large pan and add water to cover. Bring to a simmer over med-high heat. Reduce heat and cook until pierced through with a fork (10-15 minutes). Drain and cool with cold water. In food processor with steel knife, combine parsley and chives to mince.Add oil, vinegar and seasonings and blend 3... Learning Kitchen - Post by : cd459 - Author : Unknown - Read : 1570

The Shuttle - Chapter I - THE WEAVING OF THE SHUTTLE The Shuttle - Chapter I - THE WEAVING OF THE SHUTTLE

The Shuttle - Chapter I - THE WEAVING OF THE SHUTTLE
CHAPTER I - THE WEAVING OF THE SHUTTLENo man knew when the Shuttle began its slow and heavy weaving from shore to shore, that it was held and guided by the great hand of Fate. Fate alone saw the meaning of the web it wove, the might of it, and its place in the making of a world's history. Men thought but little of either web or weaving, calling them by other names and lighter ones, for the time unconscious of the strength of the thread thrown across thousands of miles of leaping, heaving, grey or... Long Stories - Post by : catbalou_tess - Author : Frances Hodgson Burnett - Read : 761

Astoria Or, Anecdotes Of An Enterprise Beyond The Rocky Mountains - Chapter 15 Astoria Or, Anecdotes Of An Enterprise Beyond The Rocky Mountains - Chapter 15

Astoria Or, Anecdotes Of An Enterprise Beyond The Rocky Mountains - Chapter 15
CHAPTER XVOpposition of the Missouri Fur Company.-Blackfeet Indians.-- Pierre Dorion, a Half-Breed Interpreter.--Old Dorion and His Hybrid Progeny--Family Quarrels.--Cross Purposes Between Dorion and Lisa.--Renegadoes From Nodowa.--Perplexities of a Commander.--Messrs. Bradbury and Nuttall Join the Expedition.-Legal Embarrassments of Pierre Dorion.-- Departure From St. Louis.--Conjugal Discipline of a Half- Breed.--Annual Swelling of the Rivers.-Daniel Boone, the Patriarch of Kentucky.-John Colter.-His... Nonfictions - Post by : muling427 - Author : Washington Irving - Read : 3309

The Woodlanders - Chapter 46 The Woodlanders - Chapter 46

The Woodlanders - Chapter 46
CHAPTER XLVI.The woods were uninteresting, and Grace stayed in-doors a great deal. She became quite a student, reading more than she had done since her marriage But her seclusion was always broken for the periodical visit to Winterborne's grave with Marty, which was kept up with pious strictness, for the purpose of putting snow-drops, primroses, and other vernal flowers thereon as they came.One afternoon at sunset she was standing just outside her father's garden, which, like the rest of the Hintock... Long Stories - Post by : heymichelle - Author : Thomas Hardy - Read : 3225

The Life And Voyages Of Christopher Columbus_volume 2 - Appendix - No. 15 The Life And Voyages Of Christopher Columbus_volume 2 - Appendix - No. 15

The Life And Voyages Of Christopher Columbus_volume 2 - Appendix - No. 15
Appendix. No. XV.Circumnavigation of Africa by the Ancients.The knowledge of the ancients with respect to the Atlantic coast of Africa is considered by modern investigators much less extensive than had been imagined; and it is doubted whether they had any practical authority for the belief that Africa was circumnavigable. The alleged voyage of Endoxns of Cyzicus, from the Red Sea to Gibraltar, though recorded by Pliny, Pomponius Mela, and others, is given entirely on the assertion of Cornelius Nepos,... Nonfictions - Post by : codrut2004 - Author : Washington Irving - Read : 3142

The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 66. The End Of The Session The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 66. The End Of The Session

The Prime Minister - Volume 2 - Chapter 66. The End Of The Session
VOLUME II CHAPTER LXVI. The End of the SessionThe Duke of St. Bungay had been very much disappointed. He had contradicted with a repetition of noes the assertion of the Duchess that he had been the Warwick who had placed the Prime Minister's crown on the head of the Duke of Omnium, but no doubt he felt in his heart that he had done so much towards it that his advice respecting the vacant Garter, when given with so much weight, should have been followed. He was an old man, and had known the secrets... Long Stories - Post by : otter - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 1017

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 4. The Ford Family The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 4. The Ford Family

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 4. The Ford Family
CHAPTER IV. THE FORD FAMILYTEN minutes afterwards, James Starr and Harry issued from the principal gallery. They were now standing in a glade, if we may use this word to designate a vast and dark excavation. The place, however, was not entirely deprived of daylight. A few rays straggled in through the opening of a deserted shaft. It was by means of this pipe that ventilation was established in the Dochart pit. Owing to its lesser density, the warm air was drawn towards the Yarrow shaft. Both air... Long Stories - Post by : jrc2003 - Author : Jules Verne - Read : 1725

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 7. New Aberfoyle The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 7. New Aberfoyle

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 7. New Aberfoyle
CHAPTER VII. NEW ABERFOYLETHE old overman's experiment had succeeded. Firedamp, it is well known, is only generated in coal seams; therefore the existence of a vein of precious combustible could no longer be doubted. As to its size and quality, that must be determined later. "Yes," thought James Starr, "behind that wall lies a carboniferous bed, undiscovered by our soundings. It is vexatious that all the apparatus of the mine, deserted for ten years, must be set up anew. Never mind. We have found... Long Stories - Post by : jrc2003 - Author : Jules Verne - Read : 1769

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 17. The 'Monk' The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 17. The "Monk"

The Underground City; Or, The Child Of The Cavern - Chapter 17. The 'Monk'
CHAPTER XVII. THE "MONK"THIS name revealed everything to the old overman. It was that of the last "monk" of the Dochart pit. In former days, before the invention of the safety-lamp, Simon had known this fierce man, whose business it was to go daily, at the risk of his life, to produce partial explosions of fire-damp in the passages. He used to see this strange solitary being, prowling about the mine, always accompanied by a monstrous owl, which he called Harfang, who assisted him in his perilous... Long Stories - Post by : jrc2003 - Author : Jules Verne - Read : 920

The End Of The World: A Love Story - Chapter 32. Julia's Enterprise The End Of The World: A Love Story - Chapter 32. Julia's Enterprise

The End Of The World: A Love Story - Chapter 32. Julia's Enterprise
CHAPTER XXXII. JULIA'S ENTERPRISE4 August was very sick at the castle. This wag the first news of his return that reached Julia through Jonas and Cynthy Ann. But in my interest in Jonas and Cynthy Ann, of whom I think a great deal, I forgot to say that long before the events mentioned in the last chapter, Humphreys had been suddenly called away from his peaceful retreat in the hill country of Clark township. In fact, the "important business," or "the illness of a friend," whichever it was, occurred... Long Stories - Post by : WhoDoesItReach - Author : Edward Eggleston - Read : 1745

Linda Tressel - Chapter 17 Linda Tressel - Chapter 17

Linda Tressel - Chapter 17
CHAPTER XVIIFor very many years no connection had been maintained between the two women who lived together in Nuremberg, and their nearest relative, who was a half-brother of Madame Staubach's, a lawyer, living in Cologne. This uncle of Linda's was a Roman Catholic, and had on this account been shunned by Madame Staubach. Some slight intercourse there had been on matters of business, and thus it had come to pass that Linda knew the address of her uncle. But this was all that she knew, and knowing... Long Stories - Post by : vaima - Author : Anthony Trollope - Read : 2524

The King's Mirror - Chapter 21. On The Art Of Falling Soft The King's Mirror - Chapter 21. On The Art Of Falling Soft

The King's Mirror - Chapter 21. On The Art Of Falling Soft
CHAPTER XXI. ON THE ART OF FALLING SOFTThe economy of belief which wisdom practices forbids us to embrace fanciful theories where commonly observed facts will serve our turn. They talk now about strange communications of mind to mind, my thought speaking to yours a thousand miles away. Perhaps; or perhaps there is a new fashion in ghost stories. In any case there was no need of these speculations to account for Wetter being near me at the very time when I was longing for his presence. From the moment... Long Stories - Post by : martindemadrid - Author : Anthony Hope - Read : 1939

Topsy-turvy - Chapter 10. In Which A Little Uneasiness Begins To Show Itself Topsy-turvy - Chapter 10. In Which A Little Uneasiness Begins To Show Itself

Topsy-turvy - Chapter 10. In Which A Little Uneasiness Begins To Show Itself
CHAPTER X. IN WHICH A LITTLE UNEASINESS BEGINS TO SHOW ITSELFA month had elapsed since the meeting of the Gun Club and the stockholders of the new-formed society, and public opinion was getting much altered. The advantages of the change to be wrought in the axis of the earth were forgotten and its disadvantages began to be spoken of. It was very probable, public opinion said, that a terrible catastrophe would happen, as the change could only be brought about by a violent shock. What would this catastrophe... Long Stories - Post by : fra0667 - Author : Jules Verne - Read : 3509

The Leatherwood God - Chapter 10 The Leatherwood God - Chapter 10

The Leatherwood God - Chapter 10
CHAPTER XThe man stood with one foot on the log doorstep outside and the other planted on the threshold of the cabin. Nancy came toward him with her iron held at arms' length before her. "What do you want?" she demanded fiercely. "Give me to drink," he said, with a grin. "Go round to the well," she answered. The man bent his body a little forward, and looked in, but he did not venture to lift his other foot to the threshold. "Where is your husband?" he asked. "I have no husband. What is it to you?"... Long Stories - Post by : bulkmailer007 - Author : William Dean Howells - Read : 2926

The Wept Of Wish-ton-wish: A Tale - Chapter 32 The Wept Of Wish-ton-wish: A Tale - Chapter 32

The Wept Of Wish-ton-wish: A Tale - Chapter 32
Chapter XXXII"Each lonely scene shall thee restore; For thee the tear be duly shed: Beloved till life could charm no more, And mourn'd till pity's self be dead." Collins.An hour later, and the principal actors in the foregoing scene had disappeared. There remained only the widowed Narra-mattah, with Dudley, the divine, and Whittal Ring. The body of Conanchet still continued he had died, seated like a chief in council. The daughter of Content and Ruth had stolen to its side, and she had taken... Long Stories - Post by : granknee - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 2680

The Palace Beautiful: A Story For Girls - Chapter 9. A Strange Letter And A Proposed Visit To London The Palace Beautiful: A Story For Girls - Chapter 9. A Strange Letter And A Proposed Visit To London

The Palace Beautiful: A Story For Girls - Chapter 9. A Strange Letter And A Proposed Visit To London
CHAPTER IX. A STRANGE LETTER AND A PROPOSED VISIT TO LONDONPrimrose was always direct in her movements--she made up her mind quickly; from her earliest childhood she was in the habit of acting with decision. After her short interview with Mr. Danesfield she went straight home, and without paying any attention to the clear voice of her pet Daisy, who called to her from the garden, or to Jasmine's little impatient--"Sister, I want you to help me to arrange the trimming on my new black skirt," she ran... Long Stories - Post by : gananathan - Author : L. T. Meade - Read : 1443

Polly: A New-fashioned Girl - Part 2 - Chapter 3. Not Like Others Polly: A New-fashioned Girl - Part 2 - Chapter 3. Not Like Others

Polly: A New-fashioned Girl - Part 2 - Chapter 3. Not Like Others
CHAPTER III. NOT LIKE OTHERSIt was still early when the children reached Troublous Times Castle. Dr. Maybright would not be likely to join them for nearly an hour. They had walked fast, and Polly, at least, felt both tired and cross. When the twins ran up to her and assured her with much enthusiasm that they had never had a more delightful walk, she turned from them with a little muttered "Pshaw!" Polly's attentions now to Maggie were most marked, and if this young person were not quite one of the... Long Stories - Post by : schulle - Author : L. T. Meade - Read : 2226

Not George Washington: An Autobiographical Novel - Part Two. James Orlebar Cloyster's Narrative - Chapter 16. I Tell Julian Not George Washington: An Autobiographical Novel - Part Two. James Orlebar Cloyster's Narrative - Chapter 16. I Tell Julian

Not George Washington: An Autobiographical Novel - Part Two. James Orlebar Cloyster's Narrative - Chapter 16. I Tell Julian
_(James Orlebar Cloyster's narrative continued) Is any man really honourable? I wonder. Hundreds, thousands go triumphantly through life with that reputation. But how far is this due to absence of temptation? Life, which is like cricket in so many ways, resembles the game in this also. A batsman makes a century, and, having made it, is bowled by a ball which he is utterly unable to play. What if that ball had come at the beginning of his innings instead of at the end of it? Men go through life without... Long Stories - Post by : glider - Author : P G Wodehouse - Read : 1751

The Young Adventurer: Tom's Trip Across The Plain - Chapter 20. St. Joe The Young Adventurer: Tom's Trip Across The Plain - Chapter 20. St. Joe

The Young Adventurer: Tom's Trip Across The Plain - Chapter 20. St. Joe
CHAPTER XX. ST. JOESt. Joe was at that time the fitting-out point for overland parties bound for California. As a matter of course it presented a busy, bustling appearance, and seemed full of life and movement. There was a large transient population, of a very miscellaneous character. It included the thrifty, industrious emigrant, prepared to work hard and live poorly, till the hoped-for competence was attained; but there was also the shiftless adventurer, whose chief object was to live without work,... Long Stories - Post by : jschulmansr - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 2258