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Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe Box


 A FEW THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT


Share pictures of your "mini members" in monthly Kilowatt


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ttention parents, grandparents, doting aunts and uncles: You know all those cute kid photos you carry on your cell phone, in your wallet, and proudly display on your living


room walls? Kiwash Electric wants to publish them in the Kiwash 


Photos of your favorite "mini members" should be sent via mail or email to Lisa Willard, director of marketing for Kiwash Electric Cooperative. For contact purposes, please include your name and telephone number. Please provide details about the photo including names of those pictured, where the photo was taken, etc. Photos cannot be returned so be sure to make a copy before submitting.


Email photos to lwillard@kiwash.coop, or mail photos to: Lisa Willard, Kiwash Electric Cooperative, 120 W. 1st Street, Cordell, OK 73632.


Preparing a Thanksgiving feast? Ways to save energy in the kitchen


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aking pies, roasting a turkey and warming up the side dishes for your


family's Thanksgiving feast can be hard on your electric bill if you rely on your oven to do all the work. This Thanksgiving, consider using your stove


top, barbecue grill, microwave oven, slow cooker, toaster oven, electric skillet and even your blender or food processor to "cook" your bird and all the trimmings.


 Thanksgiving.


1. Give your oven a break and your family a treat by smoking or grilling your turkey outdoors in your barbecue grill. It's a quicker way to cook a bird,  traditional, oven-roasted turkey.


2. Use the microwave oven to heat up vegetables, potatoes and other side dishes.


3. Consider serving some food that doesn't need cooking. The turkey,  and hot. Add some variety to the menu by preparing a few cold salads and raw vegetables with dip. Experiment with no-bake desserts, like frozen peanut butter pie or no- bake cheesecake.


4. When you do use the oven, resist opening the door to check on the turkey or pies. Every time you peek inside, you let enough heat out that the oven has to work harder to get back to the proper temperature.


5. Bake everything at the same time: pies, bread, turkey, potatoes. The


more your oven can do at once, the less time you'll need to use it. Leave enough room between items for air and heat to circulate.


6. Choose glass or ceramic pans for the oven. They cook food at temperatures as much as 25 degrees lower than metal pans.


7. The burners on your cooktop will  the size of the burner to the size of the pot. Placing a small pot on a larger burner wastes the heat from the part of the burner that doesn't touch the pot.


Learn more ways to lower your energy costs by visiting the Touchstone Energy energy saving website, www. togetherwesave.com.


2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 eggs


1 (9 inch) prepared graham cracker crust 1/2 cup pumpkin puree 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 pinch ground cloves 1 pinch ground nutmeg 1/2 cup frozen whipped topping, thawed


 Preheat oven to 325°F.


In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, sugar and vanilla. Beat until smooth.  crust; set aside.


Add pumpkin, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg to the remaining batter and stir gently until well blended. Carefully spread over the batter in the crust.


Bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes, or until center is almost set. Allow to cool, then refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight. Cover with whipped topping before serving.


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