Luvi Silverberg
November 11, 2022

How to Hide the Emperors Child Chapter 3

Introduction

We've been in this palace for two weeks now. The food is terrible, but we're getting used to it. I'm learning how to hide my child from the Emperor's guards and servants, which isn't easy when everyone knows who you are! Still, we're safe in here for now.

Chapter 3: How to Hide The Emperors Child

You can use the topic "Emperor's child" as an intro to cooking your own dinner (about 8 people).

The walls in these rooms were covered with a fabric paneled wallpaper. I loved the texture and the colors, which were shades of green and brown. It was created by the artist Charles James in 1952 for the dining room at Le Rivage, an estate on Long Island owned by Josephine Baker.

The walls in these rooms were covered with a fabric paneled wallpaper. I loved the texture and the colors, which were shades of green and brown.

To take advantage of this scheme, you'll need to choose a fabric paneled wallpaper that has green and brown in it. I chose one with a lot of texture so it would look like wood grain, but that's entirely up to you.

I applied the paper on the walls using basic craft glue (like Elmer's) and putty knives. Apply the glue sparingly and let it dry before you apply your next layer of paper. If you get bubbles in your wallpaper while applying, try smoothing them out by hand rather than ripping off the offending piece—you may be able to save it!

The dining room table was long and narrow, appropriate for a dinner for approximately 10 guests.

The dining room table was long and narrow, appropriate for a dinner for approximately 10 guests. The table had several chairs around it and was also covered with a white cloth that matched the curtains in color. Along with the tablecloth were some napkins, silverware, plates and glasses.

Some other things that might be useful are:

I was a bit concerned about the men eating so much, but it turned out that their overeating had a purpose. These young men were not on daytime duty; they were learning how to eat for the rest of their lives.

I was a bit concerned about the men eating so much, but it turned out that their overeating had a purpose. These young men were not on daytime duty; they were learning how to eat for the rest of their lives.

They soon came back to us, and there was much laughter as each one boasted about how much he had eaten. One man said, "I ate all the fish and rice in two bowls." Another said, "I ate three bowls of soup." Then one man proudly showed off his bowl with only a few bits of food left in it under the cover of another bowl. They all laughed when they saw that only one piece of meat remained on his plate! I wondered if they would ever finish their meal with such small portions!

I felt a little guilty about the burden I was taking from them, but I knew we needed to get out of this place quickly before we all starved.

I felt a little guilty about the burden I was taking from them, but I knew we needed to get out of this place quickly before we all starved.

It was amazing how many people were willing to help us. My mother had always said that there were good people in this world, and if you're ever in trouble and need help, just ask for it.

use the topic "Emperor's child" as an intro to cooking your own dinner (about 8 people)

I'm sure you've seen the headlines: "Emperor's child dead." But what if they're wrong? What if he's alive and well, living in your house?

You may not be getting along with your partner anymore. Or maybe it's just that one night when you were drunk and things got out of hand. You should have known better—the Emperor isn't going to let this go unpunished! Your only chance is to hide his child from him for as long as possible...and then feed it something delicious!

Conclusion

We hope you have enjoyed the process of making your own dinner. It may seem daunting at first, but with practice and patience, it can be done! As always, feel free to share any tips or tricks you have learned along the way in the comments section below.