Saturday Green Links – 2/12
I haven’t been very good about taking care of my bike since the snow stopped me riding in. But I’m hoping to start up again on Monday.
- Cleaning Your Bike In The Winter (Or A Physical Manifestation Of My Shame) – Boston Biker. I really should do this. The snowbank that my bike was in has finally melted enough to get it out.
- How to Modify a Recipe Part 2: The Six Rules – Casual Kitchen. A recipe to modify a recipe? Yeah, I need that.
- Cast Iron Care – Simple. Green. Frugal. My sister swears by cast iron, and although my one large frying pan is made of it, I’m still not entirely convinced.
- Reuse: Antique Silver is Green (and Beautiful) – Smart Green Tips. Nancy Stuckwisch says to put your silverware in the dishwasher. (I wish I had silverware.)
- How to Compost Indoors…Even If You Live in an Apartment – Greenest Dollar. I love my worm bin.
- A Programmable Thermostat Will Save Energy (But Only if You Use It!) – Energy Circle. We only set out thermostat back 5 degrees, so we don’t get as much value out of it as we could.
- Icicles: Good, Bad, Beautiful – Old House WEB. Another sign of bad insulation.
- Valentine’s Fun with Kids – Green Phone Booth. My one acknowledgement of Valentine’s Day.
That’s all folks. As always, if you find anything interesting this week, email me.