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Vegetables - Spinach Salad With Walnuts And Raisins Vegetables - Spinach Salad With Walnuts And Raisins

Vegetables - Spinach Salad With Walnuts And Raisins
1 (2 lb.) spinach, washed 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans 1 cup raisins For the dressing: 2/3 cup sugar 2/3 cup cider vinegar 2 cup oil - do not use olive oil 1/4 cup grated onion 1 tsp. salt 2 tsp. dry mustard 2 tsp. caraway seed Combine all dressing ingredients in a blender and mix well. Pour over salad.... Learning Kitchen - Post by : kristisayles - Author : Unknown - Read : 759

Vegetables - Squash -  Pasta Salad With Grilled Zucchini And Olives Vegetables - Squash - Pasta Salad With Grilled Zucchini And Olives

Vegetables - Squash -  Pasta Salad With Grilled Zucchini And Olives
1 1/2 pounds vine-ripened tomatoes, chopped 1/2 cup red onion, chopped fine 2 garlic cloves, minced and mashed to a paste with 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons red-wine vinegar 1/4 cup olive oil (preferably extra-virgin) plus additional for brushing zucchini 1 1/2 pounds zucchini, cut diagonally into 1/3-inch-thick slices 1 pound penne or other tubular pasta 2/3 cup Kalamata or other brine-cured black olives, chopped coarse 6 ounces ricotta salata or feta cheese, diced (I mixed them) 1 1/2 cups whole... Learning Kitchen - Post by : Cocksman - Author : Unknown - Read : 1197

The Prince And Betty - Chapter 9. Mervo Changes Its Constitution The Prince And Betty - Chapter 9. Mervo Changes Its Constitution

The Prince And Betty - Chapter 9. Mervo Changes Its Constitution
CHAPTER IX. MERVO CHANGES ITS CONSTITUTIONHumor, if one looks into it, is principally a matter of retrospect. In after years John was wont to look back with amusement on the revolution which ejected him from the throne of his ancestors. But at the time its mirthfulness did not appeal to him. He was in a frenzy of restlessness. He wanted Betty. He wanted to see her and explain. Explanations could not restore him to the place he had held in her mind, but at least they would show her that he was not... Long Stories - Post by : camforbes - Author : P G Wodehouse - Read : 2173

Do And Dare: A Brave Boy's Fight For Fortune - Chapter 30. A Terrible Moment Do And Dare: A Brave Boy's Fight For Fortune - Chapter 30. A Terrible Moment

Do And Dare: A Brave Boy's Fight For Fortune - Chapter 30. A Terrible Moment
CHAPTER XXX. A TERRIBLE MOMENTMelville's purchase comprised not only the cottage, but its contents, pictures and books included. This was fortunate, for though Herbert, who was strong, and fond of outdoor sports, such as hunting and fishing, could have contented himself, Melville was easily fatigued, and spent at least half of the day in the cabin. The books, most of which were new to him, were a great and unfailing resource. Among the articles which Falkland left behind him were two guns, of which... Long Stories - Post by : shoki - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 1433

The Minister's Charge; Or, The Apprenticeship Of Lemuel Barker - Chapter 29 The Minister's Charge; Or, The Apprenticeship Of Lemuel Barker - Chapter 29

The Minister's Charge; Or, The Apprenticeship Of Lemuel Barker - Chapter 29
CHAPTER XXIXAt the usual hour he was at Mr. Corey's house he arrived footsore, and empty from supperless wanderings, but not hungry and not weary. The serving-man at the door met him with the message that Mr. Corey had gone to dine at his club, and would not be at home till late. He gave Lemuel a letter, which had all the greater effect from being presented to him on the little silver tray employed to bring up the cards and notes of the visitors and correspondents of the family. The envelope was... Long Stories - Post by : mbriceno - Author : William Dean Howells - Read : 1552

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 : 3150

The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 48:1 To Jeremiah 48:47 (Bible) The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 48:1 To Jeremiah 48:47 (Bible)

The Book Of Jeremiah [bible, Old Testament] - Jeremiah 48:1 To Jeremiah 48:47 (Bible)
Chapter 48(Book of Jeremiah | Holy Bible | Old Testament | King James Version)(For all books in the Bible, go to Bible Main Page)Jeremiah 48:1 Against Moab thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; Woe unto Nebo! for it is spoiled: Kiriathaim is confounded and taken: Misgab is confounded and dismayed. Jeremiah 48:2 There shall be no more praise of Moab: in Heshbon they have devised evil against it; come, and let us cut it off from being a nation. Also thou shalt be cut down, O Madmen; the... Nonfictions - Post by : win_thomas - Author : 1 - Read : 1296

The Sea Lions; Or The Lost Sealers - Chapter 17 The Sea Lions; Or The Lost Sealers - Chapter 17

The Sea Lions; Or The Lost Sealers - Chapter 17
Chapter XVII"The morning air blows fresh on him; The waves dance gladly in his sight; The sea-birds call, and wheel, and skim-- O, blessed morning light!" Dana.The very day succeeding the arrival of the Sea Lion of the Vineyard, even while his mate was clearing the vessel, Daggett had a gang on the north shore, killing and skinning. As Roswell's rules were rigidly observed, no other change was produced by this accession to the force of the sealers, than additional slaughter. Many more seals were... Long Stories - Post by : john3511 - Author : James Fenimore Cooper - Read : 2494

Cast Upon The Breakers - Chapter 1. A Faithless Guardian Cast Upon The Breakers - Chapter 1. A Faithless Guardian

Cast Upon The Breakers - Chapter 1. A Faithless Guardian
CHAPTER I. A FAITHLESS GUARDIAN"Well, good by, Rodney! I leave school tomorrow. I am going to learn a trade." "I am sorry to part with you, David. Couldn't you stay another term?" "No: my uncle says I must be earning my living, and I have a chance to learn the carpenter's trade." "Where are you going?" "To Duffield, some twenty miles away. I wish I were in your shoes. You have no money cares, and can go on quietly and complete your education." "I don't know how I am situated, David. I only know that... Long Stories - Post by : gcballard - Author : Horatio Alger - Read : 674

Fruitfulness - Chapter 4 Fruitfulness - Chapter 4

Fruitfulness - Chapter 4
CHAPTER IVAT half-past seven o'clock, when Mathieu arrived at the restaurant on the Place de la Madeleine where he was to meet his employer, he found him already there, drinking a glass of madeira with his customer, M. Firon-Badinier. The dinner was a remarkable one; choice viands and the best wines were served in abundance. But Mathieu was struck less by the appetite which the others displayed than by Beauchene's activity and skill. Glass in hand, never losing a bite, he had already persuaded his... Long Stories - Post by : vision - Author : Emile Zola - Read : 893

The Great Prince Shan - Chapter 5 The Great Prince Shan - Chapter 5

The Great Prince Shan - Chapter 5
CHAPTER VNigel and Maggie had tea together in the little room which the latter had used as a boudoir. They were discussing the question of her future residence there. "I am afraid," he declared, "that you will have to marry me." "It would have its advantages," she admitted thoughtfully. "I am really so fond of you, Nigel. I should be married at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, and have the Annersley children for bridesmaids. Don't you think I should look sweet in old gold and orange blossoms?" "Don't... Long Stories - Post by : Priscilla - Author : E. Phillips Oppenheim - Read : 2515

Havoc - Chapter 33. Laverick S Arrest Havoc - Chapter 33. Laverick S Arrest

Havoc - Chapter 33. Laverick S Arrest
CHAPTER XXXIII. LAVERICK S ARREST"At last, David!" Louise welcomed her visitor eagerly with outstretched hands, which Bellamy raised for a moment to his lips. Then she turned toward the third person, who had also risen at the opening of the door--a short, somewhat thick-set man, with swarthy complexion, close-cropped black hair, and upturned black moustache. "You remember Prince Rosmaran?" she said to Bellamy. "He left Servia only the day before yesterday. He has come to England on a special mission... Long Stories - Post by : Priscilla - Author : E. Phillips Oppenheim - Read : 2220

The New Tenant - Chapter 12. A Jewel Of A Son The New Tenant - Chapter 12. A Jewel Of A Son

The New Tenant - Chapter 12. A Jewel Of A Son
CHAPTER XII. A JEWEL OF A SONFor the first time in her life Helen was taking a definite and important step without her father's knowledge. The matter was one which had caused her infinite thought and many heart searchings. The burden of Rachel Kynaston's dying words had fallen upon her alone. There seemed to be no escape from it. She must act, and must act for herself. Any sort of appeal to her father for help was out of the question. She knew beforehand exactly what his view of the matter would... Long Stories - Post by : Bulleke - Author : E. Phillips Oppenheim - Read : 2449

The Millionaire Baby - Chapter 5. The Old House In Yonkers The Millionaire Baby - Chapter 5. The Old House In Yonkers

The Millionaire Baby - Chapter 5. The Old House In Yonkers
CHAPTER V. THE OLD HOUSE IN YONKERSThe old man whose handwriting I had now positively identified was a former employer of mine. I had worked in his office when a lad. He was a doctor of very fair reputation in Westchester County, and I recognized every characteristic of his as mentioned by Miss Graham, save the frenzy which she described as accompanying his address. In those days he was calm and cold and, while outwardly scrupulous, capable of forgetting his honor as a physician under a sufficiently... Long Stories - Post by : 65794 - Author : Anna Katharine Green - Read : 635

The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 6. His Second Wind The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 6. His Second Wind

The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 6. His Second Wind
CHAPTER VI. HIS SECOND WINDThe first weeks were not pleasant for The Pilot. He had been beaten, and the sense of failure damped his fine enthusiasm, which was one of his chief charms. The Noble Seven despised, ignored, or laughed at him, according to their mood and disposition. Bruce patronized him; and, worst of all, the Muirs pitied him. This last it was that brought him low, and I was glad of it. I find it hard to put up with a man that enjoys pity. It was Hi Kendal that restored him, though Hi... Long Stories - Post by : Deena - Author : Ralph Connor - Read : 3139

The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 8. The Pilot's Grip The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 8. The Pilot's Grip

The Sky Pilot, A Tale Of The Foothills - Chapter 8. The Pilot's Grip
CHAPTER VIII. THE PILOT'S GRIPThe situation was one of extreme danger--a madman with a Winchester rifle. Something must be done and quickly. But what? It would be death to anyone appearing at the door. "I'll speak; you keep your eyes on him," said The Duke. "Hello, Bruce! What's the row?" shouted The Duke. Instantly the singing stopped. A look of cunning delight came over his face as, without a word, he got his rifle ready pointed at the door. "Come in!" he yelled, after waiting for some moments.... Long Stories - Post by : Deena - Author : Ralph Connor - Read : 948

Supermind - Chapter 2 Supermind - Chapter 2

Supermind - Chapter 2
The telephone, Malone realized belatedly, had had a particularly nasty-sounding ring. He might have known it would be bad news. As a matter of fact, he told himself sadly, he had known. "Nothing at all wrong?" he said into the mouthpiece. "Not with any of the computers?" He blinked. "Not even one of them?" "Not a thing," Mitchell said. "I'll be sending a report up to you in a little while. You read it; we put them through every test, and it's all detailed there." "I'm sure you were very thorough,"... Long Stories - Post by : PlayersGolf - Author : Randall Garrett - Read : 1792

The Right Of Way - Chapter 59. In Which Charley Meets A Stranger The Right Of Way - Chapter 59. In Which Charley Meets A Stranger

The Right Of Way - Chapter 59. In Which Charley Meets A Stranger
CHAPTER LIX. IN WHICH CHARLEY MEETS A STRANGERThe Cure came to his feet with a joyful cry. "Monsieur--my son," he said, bending over him. "Is it all over?" Charley asked calmly, almost cheerfully. Death now was the only solution of life's problems, and he welcomed it from the void. The Cure went to the door and locked it. The deepest desire of his life must here be uttered, his great aspiration be realised. "My son," he said, as he came softly to the bedside again, "you have given to us all you had--your... Long Stories - Post by : heavyduty - Author : Gilbert Parker - Read : 1227

Susan Lenox: Her Fall And Rise - Volume 1 - Chapter 17 Susan Lenox: Her Fall And Rise - Volume 1 - Chapter 17

Susan Lenox: Her Fall And Rise - Volume 1 - Chapter 17
VOLUME I CHAPTER XVIIAT the hotel again; she went to Burlingham's room, gathered his belongings--his suit, his well-worn, twice-tapped shoes, his one extra suit of underclothes, a soiled shirt, two dickeys and cuffs, his whisk broom, toothbrush, a box of blacking, the blacking brush. She made the package as compact as she could--it was still a formidable bundle both for size and weight--and carried it into her room. Then she rolled into a small parcel her own possessions--two blouses, an undervest,... Long Stories - Post by : rosalyn - Author : David Graham Phillips - Read : 2915

Peck's Sunshine - Tragedy On The Stage Peck's Sunshine - Tragedy On The Stage

Peck's Sunshine - Tragedy On The Stage
The tendency of the stage is to present practical, everyday affairs in plays, and those are the most successful which are the most natural. The shoeing of a horse on the stage in a play attracts the attention of the audience wonderfully, and draws well. The inner workings of a brewery, or a mill, is a big card, but there is hardly enough tragedy about it. If they could run a man or two through the wheel, and have them cut up into hash, or have them crowned in a beer vat? audiences could applaud as... Long Stories - Post by : loudenson - Author : George W. Peck - Read : 2092