California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte said on Monday the state’s mandate requiring new homes to be equipped with solar panels is an absolute con job that will cost – not save – homeowners money.
Analysts at Swiss investment bank UBS believe that by 2030, we could all be living without much of a carbon footprint — at least at home. The analysts believe that the cost of renewable energy will continue
Because breakfast should be big. Breakfast burritos are simple to make: you just take all the breakfast foods you love and roll them into a tortilla. You don’t really need a recipe to start on your journey
By Bonnie S. Benwick Bonnie S. Benwick Deputy Food editor and recipe editor Email Bio Follow “Smothered” seems an inhospitable way to describe the charms of an etouffee, the Louisiana dish that begins
From sea to shining sea—and ham to melted cheese. This story was written by our friends at Spoon University. There is nothing more freeing than being able to hold an entire meal in the palm of your hand
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