Warming trends
Hot air rises while cold air falls, so to get the most out of your heating system, keep your heat at a constant temperature during your hours at home. Turn it down a few degrees when away from home or at night. On frigid days, set thermostat no lower than 60 degrees to avoid frozen pipes. When those temperatures really drop, setting the thermostat a little higher than you would normally, costs a lot less in the long run when compared to the cost of repairing damage from burst pipes! Click the painting for a beautiful winter-time song from Blood, Sweat and Tears.

Mmm Mmm, good!!!

How to stay warm inside when it's cold outside? Take our advice and make a pot of chicken soup! Here's Mary Ellen's tried and true recipe for one of our all-time favorites. Good for anything that ails you, soup is good food! Served up with a few pieces of warm French bread or some Snowflake rolls from Big Y, this is one meal that will warm your belly and feed your soul. Click the photo for this down-home comfort food!