Is that monthly for water? How much water do you use? The most I pay for water is ~$150 for three months, and that's during the summer when the sprinklers are going.My gas bill equal payment plan just went down to $90. Crazy it's that low. This warm winter is probably helping. Meanwhile my water bill went up to like $110 so what I save in gas I'm just paying in water lol.
One of the things I noticed early on upon moving to Atlanta was that the culture was to drive 20-30 miles into the workplace and thus consume a lot of gasoline, and in turn pay out a lot into gasoline tax to the respective county I gassed-up in. Then I quickly learned that the poorly constructed homes--including the brand new homes--were of such poor quality to actually breath twice as much, if not more, than recommended so as to cause you to use more electricity or natural gas in a given year's time. Seriously, I lived tenement houses build around the turn of the previous century that were more tighter in the weather envelope than what SCAMtlanta was allowing during the 1990's and 2000's. I moved here in 1996 and by 1998 it was usual for the morning radiuo shows locally to talk about peoples $350-600/month natural gas bill on their 1,500 square foot so called home.
3 cups heavy creamRecipe?
Awesome thank you. My wife got me a kitchenaid attachment for ice cream making. I've made 2 so far and she loves lemon so I'd like to give this a go.3 cups heavy cream
1 cup whole milk
1/2 cup sugar
4 egg yolks
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
1/4 cup fresh lemon zest
Soak the lemon zest in the lemon juice and set aside in fridge.
Heat cream, milk, sugar in a heavy sauce pan. Stir until sugar is dissolved and mixture is hot but don't bring to boil. Whisk egg yolks and pour into cream mixture. Cook custard, stirring constantly until mixture thickens slightly. Don't allow to boil. Remove the custard from heat. Place a sheet of plastic wrap over custard, pressing the wrap onto the top of the custard and place in fridge. The plastic wrap reduces skin formation on the top of the custard. Chill until custard is at fridge temperature (don't freeze).
Once cooled, remove plastic wrap and any surface skin from custard. Stir lemon juice and zest into custard. Pour custard into ice cream maker and churn/freeze per ice cream maker instructions.