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A few nice how to cook images I found:

Plate Full of Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Image by Rachel Ford James
My cookie recipes change every time I make them (it’s fun when you realize how to modify recipes), but here’s the recipe for this actual batch:

Rachel’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Preheat oven to 375°.

In a large bowl, cream together:
1 cup (2 sticks) butter
1 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup maple syrup

Mix in:
2 eggs
3/4 tsp vanilla extract

Mix in:
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 1/2 to 2 cups white flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt

Stir in:
12 oz semi-sweet/dark chocolate (one bag, or half a bag and some chopped up chocolate)

Optional additions:
1/2 cup pecans/walnuts
1/3 cup craisins/dried cherries
substitute 3/4 cup M&Ms for 3/4 cup of chocolate

Scoop out small balls of dough and drop onto ungreased cookie sheets. Bake for 8-14 minutes, until cooked but still soft. Cool on wire racks.

Image from page 534 of “The German classics of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; masterpieces of German literature” (1913)
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Identifier: germanclassicsof05fran
Title: The German classics of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; masterpieces of German literature
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Francke, Kuno, 1855-1930 Howard, William Guild, b. 1868 Singer, Isidore, 1859-1939
Subjects: German literature German literature English literature
Publisher: Albany, N. Y. : J. B. Lyon company
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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Text Appearing Before Image:
ey hadshown her, she exclaimed, Oh, I now feel in my inner-most heart, how much, how infinitely much, you have donefor me, dear, kind people! She could not at first desistfrom her caresses, but scarcely had she perceived that theold woman was busy in preparing breakfast than she wentto the hearth, cooked and arranged the meal, and would notsuffer the good old mother to take the least trouble. She continued thus throughout the whole day, quiet, kind,and attentive — at once a little matron and a tender bash-ful girl. The three who had knowTi her longest expectedevery moment to see some whimsical vagary of her capri-cious spirit burst forth; but they waited in vain for it.Undine remained as mild and gentle as an angel. The holyfather could not take his eyes from her, and he said repeat-edly to the bridegroom, The goodness of heaven, sir, hasintrusted a treasure to you yesterday through me, un-worthy as I am; cherish it as you ought, and it will promoteyour temporal and eternal welfare.

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FRIEDRICH BAROX DE LA MOTTE-FOUQUE UNDINE 463 Toward evening Undine was hanging on the knights armwith humble tenderness, and drew him gently out of thedoor where the declining sun was shining pleasantly on thefresh grass and upon the tall slender stems of the trees.The eyes of the young wife were moist, as with the dewof sadness and love, and a tender and fearful secret seemedhovering on her lips — which, however, was disclosed onlyby scarcely audible sighs. She led her husband onwardand onward in silence; when he spoke she answered himonly with looks, in which, it is true, there lay no directreply to his inquiries, but a whole heaven of love and timiddevotion. Thus they reached the edge of the swollen forest-stream, and the knight was astonished to see it ripplingalong in gentle waves, without a trace of its former wildnessand swell. By the morning, it will be quite dry, said thebeautiful wife, in a regretful tone, and you can thentravel away wherever you will, without anything to

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Plan of Chicago: lake shore proposal: plan
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Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures Collection
Title: Plan of Chicago: lake shore proposal
Other title: Chicago (Ill.)
Creator: Commercial Club of Chicago
Creator role: Designer
Date: 1909
Current location: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Description of work: ""The Plan of Chicago of 1909, better known as the Burnham Plan (after its principal author, Daniel H. Burnham), is one of the most noted documents in the history of city planning. It has influenced not only how Chicagoans have shaped their city, but also how they have envisioned urban life."" (Encyclopedia of Chicago, accessed 04/05/2007)
Description of view: Diagram B. Lake shore from Chicago Avenue on the south to Wilmette on the north.
Work type: Architecture and Landscape
Style of work: Modern: Vernacular Architecture
Culture: American
Source: Commercial Club of Chicago. Plan of Chicago. Chicago: The Commercial Club, 1909. (Image L, B)
Resource type: Image
File format: JPEG, TIFF archived offline
Image size: 1044H X 3000W pixels
Permitted uses: This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. Other uses are not permitted. For additional details see:
Collection: Worldwide Building and Landscape Pictures
Filename: WB2006-881 Chicago Lake shore proposal diagram B.jpg
Record ID: WB2006-881
Sub collection: waterfronts

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