Happy Monday! We hope you had a fun, energy efficient weekend. Now, who’s hungry? Today we’re looking at ways to keep your family full without consuming a ton of energy. That’s why when trying to reduce your use, the kitchen is a great place to start. Turn down the heat! Lightly boiling water has the
This Saturday, March 17, marks the celebration or shall we say the feast day of St. Patrick. For years the Irish would partake in this day with traditional Irish food and drink. In the 19th century, the color green became a symbol of Ireland and it has made its presence in the form of a
So… you have a green thumb and you love to garden, but are you a “green” gardener? In continuing our “Love Your Environment Month” series we wanted to show you how you can enjoy your favorite pastime in an environmentally friendly way. Lawns and grass turfs comprise approximately 40 million acres of the 48 contiguous
Another week, another Friday! Any big plans for the upcoming weekend? We can’t believe how fast we are flying through February…good thing we get that extra day this year! We shared a bunch of fun stuff this week on Facebook and Twitter, so check out what you missed if you haven’t had a chance to
Valentine’s Day may be over, but we are still very focused on loving our environment. Cooking a meal for someone is often a way to express your love, but improperly disposing of cooking oil shows no love to the environment. In addition, leftover cooking oil can cause serious plumbing problems when it is poured down the
Leftovers can be great, but they often end up tossed in the garbage. More than 40 percent of all food produced in America is not eaten…That amounts to more than 29 million tons of food waste each year, or enough to fill the Rose Bowl every three days. Nationwide, food scraps make up 17 percent
The holidays are an exciting time for everyone. With friends and family coming together to celebrate, parties and dinners of all sizes will be planned and delicious food and drinks will be had. Unfortunately, when it comes to cooking a feast like Thanksgiving, it is a given that your electricity bills may also be impacted.