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December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

Brrr! It’s cold outside. Read this month’s Gasette to learn how to save on your heating bill and to learn how Walton Gas was involved in our communities this year. Make sure you save the corn casserole recipe in this month’s Gasette for your next holiday gathering.

Corn Casserole

Corn Casserole

This easy-to-make corn casserole is sure to be a hit at your holiday gathering.

Fueling our Communities

Fueling our Communities

Walton Gas presented checks to the recipients of this year's Champions for Charity contributions during a recent University of Georgia football game. ‘Tis the season of giving, and there’s no better sign of that than the familiar sound of ringing bells at popular...

Don’t Get Scorched by Heating Bills

Don’t Get Scorched by Heating Bills

You’ve likely noticed that the price of many goods and services has gone up. It seems like we’re paying more for almost everything. Natural gas, unfortunately, is not an exception. Walton Gas, like all other natural gas marketers, is not immune to natural gas price...

November 2021 Newsletter

November 2021 Newsletter

The holidays are here, and we have several easy-to-make meals for your holiday feast. Before you guests arrive check your smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries. This month’s Gasette provides more information to make sure you monitors are in good working order.

Chocolate Mousse Pie

Chocolate Mousse Pie

Looking for a dessert for this year’s holiday gathering? Try this sweet treat!

Mind Your Monitors

Mind Your Monitors

What you should know about smoke and CO detectors On Nov. 7, everyone will “fall back” an hour to mark the end of Daylight Saving Time. This is the period when the International Fire Chiefs Association suggests that homeowners check or replace their smoke and carbon...

Fast and Easy Holiday Cooking With Gas

Fast and Easy Holiday Cooking With Gas

Thanksgiving and good food always go together here in the South. But whipping up a feast for family and friends can become stressful. Let natural gas come to your rescue! You can cook like a pro — 90 percent of professional chefs use natural gas for cooking — on your...

October 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter

The Walton Gas family is ready for Fall! This month’s Gasette highlights HEAT, a statewide fuel fund program and the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer. These two articles, and the delicious pumpkin bread recipe that is included in this month’s Gasette, will have you ready for Fall too!

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread

This recipe is sure to be a fall favorite for anyone who tries it!

Taking Steps in the Right Direction

Taking Steps in the Right Direction

Walton employees walk to benefit Georgia's breast health programs. This is the 12th year Walton Gas is sponsoring the event that raises money for Georgia breast health programs. Employees pictured at the 2018 walk are, from left, Marcy Freeman, Tassie Kirven, Courtney...

September 2021 Newsletter

September 2021 Newsletter

Warning, this month’s Gasette will make you hungry! This issue includes Groove Burgers simple approach to making delicious burgers and a Cornbread Skillet Casserole recipe you are sure to love. Take a break from food and read about the latest trends in Georgia Kitchens and about Walton Gas communicator, Savannah Chandler’s success in a national competition.

Groove Burgers Keeps it Simple

Groove Burgers Keeps it Simple

The Groove Burger is the signature dish at Groove Burgers in Athens. On Sept. 18 Americans will celebrate National Cheeseburger Day. But at Groove Burgers in Athens, any day is a good one to chow down on a burger crowned with cheesy goodness. Tucked into the Epps...

A New Recipe for Georgia Kitchens

A New Recipe for Georgia Kitchens

Professional-style gas ranges, like this 48-inch model with build-in sous vide, are helping home cooks create their favorite restaurant meals. Last year’s limited restaurant options forced most Georgians back into their home kitchens. And a funny thing happened along...

August 2021 Newsletter

August 2021 Newsletter

The Phi Mu sorority in Athens is working hard to raise money for patients at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). Learn more about their efforts in this month’s Gasette. You will also find some helpful tips for grilling the perfect steaks at your next backyard tailgate, as well as important information regarding changes to your payment portal login.

Caring for the Kids

Caring for the Kids

Walton Gas customer Phi Mu sorority at the University of Georgia in Athens is a national leader in raising money to benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, including Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Appearances can be deceiving. Take the house at 250 South...

Grill up Perfect Steaks for Pigskin Parties

Grill up Perfect Steaks for Pigskin Parties

Football — and all the fun that goes with it — is back this year! If the game day party is headed to your house, remember that great food is the key to a winning affair. You’re sure to score points with guests when you serve steaks that are perfectly prepared on your...

July 2021 Newsletter

July 2021 Newsletter

What’s better than ice cream on a summer day in Georgia? We couldn’t think of anything better either! Check out this month’s Gasette to learn more about Walton Gas customer, Greenwood Ice Cream. This issue also highlights natural gas amenities for your home and includes a recipe for a good ole hamburger. 

Georgia’s Homebuyers Want Natural Gas Amenities

Georgia’s Homebuyers Want Natural Gas Amenities

Shopping for a new home? Be sure to ask for natural gas. Gas appliances are what’s “in” for both indoor and outdoor spaces in new construction properties, say some members of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. New homes of all sizes and price points...

Getting the Scoop on Greenwood Ice Cream

Getting the Scoop on Greenwood Ice Cream

Walton Gas customer Mitchell Williams, owner of Chamblee-based Greenwood Ice Cream, is committed to making frozen treats consumers will enjoy “from the first lick to the last.” “…a treat for the ultra-premium sweet tooth…” “…absolutely, completely,...

What’s New for the BBQ

What’s New for the BBQ

We’ve found some grilling gizmos you’ll love Americans are gonzo for grilling, according to a new study published by the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association. Almost two-thirds of U.S. adults own a grill or smoker. Of those, 68 percent say they plan to cook out on...

June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter

This issue is hot! Learn how to save on heating your home with multiple heat sources. Gas up the stove with a perfect salmon recipe to help keep your resolutions.

BBQ Sauce

BBQ Sauce

This easy-to-make BBQ sauce is great for the summer!

What Any Georgian Should Know About Waffle House

What Any Georgian Should Know About Waffle House

Here in Georgia, finding someone who’s never eaten at a Waffle House is about as common as a snowflake in July. The 24/7/365 diner chain that got its start — and is still headquartered — here is a beloved Peach State institution. Many Georgia Waffle Houses are Walton...

Learning About Natural Gas Can Be Summertime Fun

Learning About Natural Gas Can Be Summertime Fun

It’s summer — that time of year when parents take on the challenge of keeping their children physically busy and mentally active during long, hot days. Walton Gas is throwing out a “life preserver” to those looking to rescue kids from boredom while also teaching them...

May 2021 Newsletter

May 2021 Newsletter

May is small business month! Here in Georgia, there are more than 1 million small businesses in operation. They make up 99.6 percent of all businesses within the Peach State and employ 1.6 million of our residents. As a member of the small business community, Walton Gas is proud to help others succeed by supplying reliable, affordable natural gas.

Apricot Nectar Cake

Apricot Nectar Cake

Looking for the perfect dessert for your Memorial Day celebration? This apricot nectar cake recipe is sure to be a show stopper at your holiday gathering.

BBQ Served ‘Slope’s Style’

BBQ Served ‘Slope’s Style’

“You could make a living doing this.” The suggestion from a friend altered the course of Bob White’s life. It’s how the financial planner who enjoyed cooking up barbecue dinners for neighborhood cookouts, church picnics and community events ended up being the...

Natural Gas: It’s Good for Business

Natural Gas: It’s Good for Business

When it comes to small businesses, there is nothing small about them. They are the engine that drives the American economy. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each...

April 2021 Newsletter

April 2021 Newsletter

Ahhh…sweet springtime. Are you planning to add perennials to the flower beds? What about planting some vegetables? Maybe you want to build a fence or move a mailbox? It’s always a good idea to know what’s below. Georgia 811 can help. Read on to learn more.

Hamburger Salad

Hamburger Salad

Layer lettuce and ground beef. Add olives, tomatoes and cheese. Top with salad dressing and finish with salt. All amounts are up to you! Submitted by Wanda Argo of Rockmart. SEND US YOUR RECIPES! The best entry each month will appear in the Gasette and receive a FREE...

Always Know What’s Below

Always Know What’s Below

Call 811 before you dig It may not be treasure in the traditional sense, but what’s buried under your lawn is pretty valuable stuff.  A few inches underground, beneath your green grass and lovely landscaping, is a complex network of pipes and wires that bring...

Natural Gas Fuels Fleets

Natural Gas Fuels Fleets

You and the driver of the UPS truck that just rolled up in your driveway may have more in common than you think. Sure, you’re both interested in that package being unloaded from the big, brown truck. But closer examination of that delivery vehicle may reveal another...

March 2021 Newsletter

March 2021 Newsletter

Camp Westminster, located in Rockdale County, begins its 66th season of summer camp in June. Learn how this Walton Gas customer gives Georgia’s kids a place to make memories. This issue also talks about our state’s booming poultry industry. Read on to learn more.

Concoction

Concoction

Boil noodles until tender in lightly-salted water. Drain and mix with cheese. Place in a casserole and top with asparagus. Spread soup over the top and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Submitted by Lynne Davis, Alpharetta.