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Salads And Dressings - Asian Noodle And Chicken Salad Salads And Dressings - Asian Noodle And Chicken Salad

Salads And Dressings - Asian Noodle And Chicken Salad
8 ounces Japanese udon noodles or linguine 2 cups diced cooked chicken 3/4 cup slivered red bell pepper -- 1/2" in length 1/3 cup slivered green onions 3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro 3 tablespoons chopped fresh mint 2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup rice vinegar 3 tablespoons dark sesame oil 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger 1/2 teaspoon minced fresh garlic 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes Cook pasta according... Learning Kitchen - Post by : isnedd - Author : Unknown - Read : 432

Vegetables - Potato -  Cheesy Mashed Potatoes Vegetables - Potato - Cheesy Mashed Potatoes

Vegetables - Potato -  Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
1 (8 oz.) pkg cream cheese, softened 1 (8 oz.) carton sour cream 1/2 cup butter or margarine 1/4 tsp garlic powder 1/4 tsp pepper 4 oz shredded cheddar cheese Peel and quarter potatoes, cook in enough water to cover, for 20-25 minutes or till tender. Drain off liquid. Add rest of ingredients except cheddar cheese and beat mixture with electric mixer till fluffy. Turn mixture into a buttered 2 qt casserole or baking dish. Top with the cheddar cheese. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Uncover... Learning Kitchen - Post by : Trooper - Author : Unknown - Read : 488

The Fortunes Of Nigel - Chapter XXVIII The Fortunes Of Nigel - Chapter XXVIII

The Fortunes Of Nigel - Chapter XXVIII
CHAPTER XXVIIIYe towers of Julius! London's lasting shame; With many a foul and midnight murder fed! _Gray._Such is the exclamation of Gray. Bandello, long before him, has said something like it; and the same sentiment must, in some shape or other, have frequently occurred to those, who, remembering the fate of other captives in that memorable state-prison, may have had but too much reason to anticipate their own. The dark and low arch, which seemed, like the entrance to Dante's Hell, to forbid hope... Long Stories - Post by : dant245 - Author : Sir Walter Scott - Read : 2068

Boy Scouts In A Submarine - Chapter X. A CHASE ON THE OCEAN FLOOR Boy Scouts In A Submarine - Chapter X. A CHASE ON THE OCEAN FLOOR

Boy Scouts In A Submarine - Chapter X. A CHASE ON THE OCEAN FLOOR
CHAPTER X. A CHASE ON THE OCEAN FLOORJimmie listened for an instant. There certainly was something the matter with the air machine."Get a move on!" shouted the captive, "or we'll all be food for the sharks directly.""Remain quietly where you are, then," Jimmie said, with a significant flourish at the gun which he had no intention of using, except in a case of the direst necessity."Go!" shouted the other.Jimmie did not know what to do. While he had learned a good deal about the submarine, he was by... Long Stories - Post by : tim_harris - Author : G. Harvey Ralphson - Read : 1236

Vanity Fair - Chapter XVII. How Captain Dobbin Bought a Piano Vanity Fair - Chapter XVII. How Captain Dobbin Bought a Piano

Vanity Fair - Chapter XVII. How Captain Dobbin Bought a Piano
If there is any exhibition in all Vanity Fair which Satire and Sentiment can visit arm in arm together; where you light on the strangest contrasts laughable and tearful: where you may be gentle and pathetic, or savage and cynical with perfect propriety: it is at one of those public assemblies, a crowd of which are advertised every day in the last page of the Times newspaper, and over which the late Mr. George Robins used to preside with so much dignity. There are very few London people, as I fancy,... Long Stories - Post by : cowenpa - Author : William Makepeace Thackeray - Read : 2176

The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 1. In The Old World - Chapter 22. The Scaffold Of Portillac The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 1. In The Old World - Chapter 22. The Scaffold Of Portillac

The Refugees: A Tale Of Two Continents - Part 1. In The Old World - Chapter 22. The Scaffold Of Portillac
PART I. IN THE OLD WORLD CHAPTER XXII. THE SCAFFOLD OF PORTILLACAnd thus it was that Amory de Catinat and Amos Green saw from their dungeon window the midnight carriage which discharged its prisoner before their eyes. Hence, too, came that ominous planking and that strange procession in the early morning. And thus it also happened that they found themselves looking down upon Francoise de Montespan as she was led to her death, and that they heard that last piteous cry for aid at the instant when... Long Stories - Post by : NightLight - Author : Arthur Conan Doyle - Read : 1472

The Landlord At Lions Head - Part 2 - Chapter 34 The Landlord At Lions Head - Part 2 - Chapter 34

The Landlord At Lions Head - Part 2 - Chapter 34
PART II CHAPTER XXXIVBessie asked the sleepy man who opened her aunt's door whether her brother had come in yet, and found that he had not. She helped her aunt off up-stairs with her maid, and when she came down again she sent the man to bed; she told him she was going to sit up and she would let her brother in. The caprices of Alan's latch-key were known to all the servants, and the man understood what she, meant. He said he had left a light in the reception-room and there was a fire there; and... Long Stories - Post by : kmunck - Author : William Dean Howells - Read : 2525

The Pilot: A Tale Of The Sea - Chapter 29 The Pilot: A Tale Of The Sea - Chapter 29

The Pilot: A Tale Of The Sea - Chapter 29
CHAPTER XXIX"_Don Pedro_. Welcome, Signior: you are almost come to part almost a fray." _Much Ado About Nothing._ "Down with your arms, you Englishmen!" said the daring intruder; "and you, who fight in the cause of sacred liberty, stay your hands, that no unnecessary blood may flow. Yield yourself, proud Briton, to the power of the Thirteen Republics!" "Ha!" exclaimed Borroughcliffe, grasping a pistol, with an air of great resolution, "the work thickens--I had not included this man in my estimate... Long Stories - Post by : opabertnet - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 1327

The Life, Adventures & Piracies Of The Famous Captain Singleton - Part 8 The Life, Adventures & Piracies Of The Famous Captain Singleton - Part 8

The Life, Adventures & Piracies Of The Famous Captain Singleton - Part 8
From hence, the weather settling again, we went on and came to the southernmost part of Mindanao we took in fresh water and some cows, but the climate was so hot that we did not attempt to salt up any more than so as to keep a fortnight or three weeks; and away we stood southward, crossing the line, and, leaving Gillolo on the starboard side, we coasted the country they call New Guinea , in the latitude of eight degrees south, we put in again for provisions and water, and where we found inhabitants;... Long Stories - Post by : denski - Author : Daniel Defoe - Read : 2333

Derues - Celebrated Crimes - Part 2 Derues - Celebrated Crimes - Part 2

Derues - Celebrated Crimes - Part 2
Derues began life under his new mistress with a master-stroke. His exemplary piety was the talk of the whole quarter, and his first care had been to request Madame Legrand to recommend him a confessor. She sent him to the director of her late husband, Pere Cartault, of the Carmelite order, who, astonished at the devotion of his penitent, never failed, if he passed the shop, to enter and congratulate Madame Legrand on the excellent acquisition she had made in securing this young man, who would certainly... Long Stories - Post by : directoris - Author : Alexandre Dumas - Read : 1712

Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 33 Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 33

Pioneers; Or, The Sources Of The Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale - Chapter 33
CHAPTER XXXIII“Fetch here the stocks, ho!You stubborn ancient knave,you reverend bragget, We’ll teach you.”—Lear.The long days and early sun of July allowed time for a gathering of the interested, before the little bell of the academy announced that the appointed hour had arrived for administering right to the wronged, and punishment to the guilty. Ever since the dawn of day, the highways and woodpaths that, issuing from the forests, and winding among the sides of the mountains,... Long Stories - Post by : shady - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 2273

Frank And Fearless; Or, The Fortunes Of Jasper Kent - Chapter 5. Jasper's Return Home Frank And Fearless; Or, The Fortunes Of Jasper Kent - Chapter 5. Jasper's Return Home

Frank And Fearless; Or, The Fortunes Of Jasper Kent - Chapter 5. Jasper's Return Home
CHAPTER V. JASPER'S RETURN HOMEHis father married again, and he left in ignorance of his intention! Jasper felt hurt that his father, for whom he cherished so deep and warm an affection, should have taken such a step without apprising him of it in advance. If he was to marry, certainly his only son ought to have been present at the wedding. "But it isn't father's fault," he thought, bitterly. "It's the fault of Miss Thorne. She is more artful and designing even than I thought. She has married my... Long Stories - Post by : bartending - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 3181

The Young Outlaw; Or, Adrift In The Streets - Preface The Young Outlaw; Or, Adrift In The Streets - Preface

The Young Outlaw; Or, Adrift In The Streets - Preface
"The Young Outlaw" is the sixth volume of the Tattered Tom Series, and the twelfth of the stories which are wholly or mainly devoted to street-life in New York. The story carries its moral with it, and the writer has little fear that the Young Outlaw will be selected as a model by the boys who may read his adventures, and be amused by the scrapes into which he manages to fall. In previous volumes he has endeavored to show that even a street-boy, by enterprise, industry and integrity, may hope to... Long Stories - Post by : oursecurefuture - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 3282

Bobbsey Twins In Washington - Chapter 17. Freddie's Real Alarm Bobbsey Twins In Washington - Chapter 17. Freddie's Real Alarm

Bobbsey Twins In Washington - Chapter 17. Freddie's Real Alarm
CHAPTER XVII. FREDDIE'S REAL ALARM"I hope nothing has happened--that the boat isn't on fire," said Mrs. Bobbsey to her husband. "That would be terrible!" "I hardly think that is it," he said. "There may be a small fire, somewhere on the boat, but, even if there is, they have a way of putting it out. I'll go and see what it is. You stay with the children." But just then, after another clanging of the bell, some one was heard to laugh--the ringing, hearty laugh of a man. "There!" exclaimed Mr. Bobbsey,... Long Stories - Post by : dockrue - Author : Laura Lee Hope - Read : 874

The Emancipated - Part 2 - Chapter 15. Peace In Show And Peace In Truth The Emancipated - Part 2 - Chapter 15. Peace In Show And Peace In Truth

The Emancipated - Part 2 - Chapter 15. Peace In Show And Peace In Truth
PART II CHAPTER XV. PEACE IN SHOW AND PEACE IN TRUTHAt first so much relieved that he was able to sit down and quietly review his thoughts, Elgar could not long preserve this frame of mind; in half an hour he began to suffer from impatience, and when the time of Cecily's return approached, he was in a state of intolerable agitation. Mallard's severity lost its force now that it was only remembered. He accused himself of having been, as always, weakly sensitive to the moment's impression. The fact... Long Stories - Post by : YUMGAL01 - Author : George Gissing - Read : 2824

The Moving Picture Girls At Oak Farm: Queer Happenings While Taking Rural Plays - Chapter 21. A Chase The Moving Picture Girls At Oak Farm: Queer Happenings While Taking Rural Plays - Chapter 21. A Chase

The Moving Picture Girls At Oak Farm: Queer Happenings While Taking Rural Plays - Chapter 21. A Chase
CHAPTER XXI. A CHASEThe unknown interloper pursued his usual tactics. That is, he turned and fled as soon as he saw Paul coming toward him. And he went surprisingly fast for a lame man. Alice was the first to notice this. "Look!" she cried. "That man limps hardly at all now." "That's so," agreed Ruth. "Perhaps he only did that as a disguise." "Excuse me!" called Russ. "I've got to get in on this chase," and he left the two girls, and ran after Paul, who had started ahead of him. "Oh, please be careful!"... Long Stories - Post by : rsagers - Author : Laura Lee Hope - Read : 2574

Paul Kelver: A Novel - Book 1 - Chapter 6 Paul Kelver: A Novel - Book 1 - Chapter 6

Paul Kelver: A Novel - Book 1 - Chapter 6
BOOK I CHAPTER VIOF THE SHADOW THAT CAME BETWEEN THE MAN IN GREY AND THE LADY OF THE LOVE-LIT EYES. "There's nothing missing," said my mother, "so far as I can find out. Depend upon it, that's the explanation: she has got frightened and has run away. "But what was there to frighten her?" said my father, pausing with a decanter in one hand and the bottle in the other. "It was the idea of the thing," replied my mother. "She has never been used to waiting at table. She was actually crying about it only... Long Stories - Post by : surfcat - Author : Jerome K Jerome - Read : 2274

A Modern Chronicle - Book 3 - Chapter 16. In Which A Mirror Is Held Up A Modern Chronicle - Book 3 - Chapter 16. In Which A Mirror Is Held Up

A Modern Chronicle - Book 3 - Chapter 16. In Which A Mirror Is Held Up
BOOK III CHAPTER XVI. IN WHICH A MIRROR IS HELD UPSpring came to Highlawns, Eden tinted with myriad tender greens. Yellow-greens, like the beech boughs over the old wall, and gentle blue-greens, like the turf; and the waters of the lake were blue and white in imitation of the cloud-flecked sky. It seemed to Honora, as she sat on the garden bench, that the yellow and crimson tulips could not open wide enough their cups to the sun. In these days she looked at her idol, and for the first time believed... Long Stories - Post by : kinky - Author : Winston Churchill - Read : 2273

The Ship Of Stars - Chapter 5. Taffy Rings The Church Bell The Ship Of Stars - Chapter 5. Taffy Rings The Church Bell

The Ship Of Stars - Chapter 5. Taffy Rings The Church Bell
CHAPTER V. TAFFY RINGS THE CHURCH BELLThey were in the church--Squire Moyle, Mr. Raymond, and Taffy close behind. The two men were discussing the holes in the roof and other dilapidations. "One, two, three," the Squire counted. "I'll send a couple of men with tarpaulin and rick-ropes. That'll tide us over next Sunday, unless it blows hard." They passed up three steps under the belfry arch. Here a big bell rested on the flooring. Its rim was cracked, but not badly. A long ladder reached up into... Long Stories - Post by : rpayne - Author : Arthur Thomas Quiller-couch - Read : 3205

The Zeppelin's Passenger - Chapter 19 The Zeppelin's Passenger - Chapter 19

The Zeppelin's Passenger - Chapter 19
CHAPTER XIXLessingham sat upon a fallen tree on Dutchman's Common near the scene of his romantic descent, and looked rather ruefully over the moorland, seawards. Above him, the sky was covered with little masses of quickly scudding clouds. A fugitive and watery sunshine shone feebly upon a wind-tossed sea and a rain-sodden landscape. He found a certain grim satisfaction in comparing the disorderliness of the day with the tumult in his own life. He felt that he had embarked upon an enterprise greater... Long Stories - Post by : wfelixb69 - Author : E. Phillips Oppenheim - Read : 2725