Trim Energy Costs in the Kitchen

Recipes for Kitchen Power Savings

How old is the stove and refrigerator in your home? Were they there when you moved in? Sometimes, we take these appliances for granted. If they’re ‘working’ that’s all that matters. Nothing can be further from the truth. You may be paying more for those home cooked meals than you think depending on the age and type of stove you have.

Get more value out of your home cooking

What You Cook With Makes a Difference

The pots and pans you use to prepare meals may be adding dollars to each entrée.

Shopping For A New Stove?

Go with a convection oven.  You’ll use about 20 percent less energy each month using a convection oven, which has a fan that continuously circulates hot air through the oven space. When food has hot air blowing onto it—instead of just surrounding it—it cooks more quickly and at lower temperatures.