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What's Cookin' in Canadian

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(found at gimmesomeoven.com, slightly adjusted) INGREDIENTS: 3-4 tablespoons butter 4 eggs, beaten (use less or none if you don’t like eggs) 1/2 cup fresh mushrooms, sliced (optional) 1 white onion, diced 2 carrots, diced (peel, if you prefer) 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup peas (frozen or fresh, not canned) 4 cups white rice, chilled (short grain, preferred) 3 green onions, thinly sliced 4 tablespoons soy sauce (may need more) 2 teaspoons oyster sauce (optional) 1/2 teaspoon sesame oil (a must) Salt and pepper to taste DIRECTIONS: Heat 1/2 tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan over medium heat until melted. Add egg, and cook until scrambled, stirring occasionally.
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Record seeks letters to the North Pole

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The Record will publish letters, wish lists, or holiday greetings to Santa. Children are encouraged to write to the North Pole and submit it to The Canadian Record via mail (PO Box 898, Canadian, TX 79014), email (news@canadianrecord. com), or simply drop off letters at 211 Main Street before Monday, Dec. 7. We’ll make sure Kris Kringle gets a copy, and we’ll feature the letter in our special Christmas Edition, published Dec. 23.
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The Postscript: Working at Gratitude

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I have always loved Thanksgiving. I love that it is a holiday built around a full table and homemade treats. I love the recipes handed down on index cards that only get made once a year, traditions that bring back childhood memories, the chance to use linen napkins, and the idea that sitting around a table—just sitting around a table—is reason enough celebrate.
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Christmas in Canadian to celebrate first Lighting of Sunset Park event

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Lights were hung in the trees with care last weekend at Sunset Park. Local residents Joe and Dawn Dial, and Sherye Talley lent a helping hand in adorning sunset parks trees with festive lights to celebrate the season. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to host the Christmas in Canadian first annual Lighting of Sunset Park on Saturday, December 5.
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What’s Cookin’ in Canadian

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I’ve been making this William-Sonoma cranberry sauce recipe for over 25 years. Once you make it, I bet you will be too. This recipe is excellent with poultry or almost any meat, hot or cold. I stock cranberries in the freezer when they’re in season because we enjoy this recipe with wild game, especially venison.