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Cook Less, Quicker when Weather is Hot


Cooking and baking during the summer can heat up your house, compete with the air conditioning and make everyone uncomfortable. Cooking less, then, can save you energy and keep you cooler. Some tips for the quick cook: • Prepare your main course out- doors on the barbecue grill. Even if it’s hot outdoors, you won’t add heat to the inside of your home. • When a cooler day or evening rolls in, take the opportunity to cook. Prepare two or three meals at once and freeze them, so all you’ll have


to do is thaw and heat them in the microwave next time it’s too hot to cook. • Enjoy cold meals and snacks that need no cook- ing, like vegetable salads; fruit,


cheese and bread; hummus or guaca- mole and chips or celery; sandwich-


es; cold soups; and smoothies.


75th Annual Meeting Activities... Con’t. from page 1


The morning’s entertainment will be provided by the Dyson Girls featuring Destiny Bailey. You will want to checkout the ‘Go Go Geo Challenge’ for an op- portunity to win some great prizes. During the business session, you will have the opportunity to vote for representation on your board of trustees. Trustee positions in districts 3, 4, and 5 are up for election. Following the business session, a delicious free meal from Dyers Barbecue of Pampa, TX – an Annual Meeting favorite – will be available. After lunch, Sayre Chamber of Commerce steps in to add to the celebration, 9431-003 by hosting a variety of activities all afternoon. Members can shop at a flea market, enjoy performances by re- cording artists The Zac Coffey Band


from Dallas, and kids can play on inflatables.


Throughout the day youngsters can also cool off in the swimming pool or play miniature golf free of charge.


The Oklahoma Blood Institute will be holding a blood drive that day also.


“This is a big day for North- fork Electric and we have been planning it for a year now,” says Kenny Waugh, NFEC’s manager of marketing. “We want our members to come out and join us in celebrat- ing this milestone. We have fun activities planned, great gifts, a tremendous grand prize, toe-tapping entertainment, and a delicious meal. It’s going to be a great day and we want our members to come and join us!”


• If you must cook, use the microwave oven or a covered pan on the stovetop. Either one pushes less heat into the kitchen than a hot oven. • Choose foods that cook


quickly, like fish and vegetables. Chopping veggies into small, evenly sized pieces speeds cooking time. • Don’t use the microwave or oven to defrost frozen food. Instead, place the frozen item in the refrig- erator and let it thaw out overnight before cooking it the next day. • Preparing food in an electric skillet, wok or crock pot adds less heat to the air than cooking on the stove.


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number in this newsletter, call our office, identify yourself and the number. We will credit your electric bill $25. The number may be located anywhere in the newsletter and is chosen at random. If you don’t know your account


number, call our office or look on your bill. To get the credit, you must call before the next month’s newsletter is mailed.


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