2014 Cookin' with Kilowatts Cookbook
2013 Cookin' with Kilowatts Cookbook
FAQ and rules in Spanish
There are numerous ways, large and small to conserve electricity. City Light is raising awareness about energy use, while having some fun at the same time, by putting a spin on your most creative, tastiest recipe. Our Cookin' with Kilowatts contest challenges you to create or use a recipe that you would typically make in an oven or
on a stovetop, and instead use an electric cooking method that uses less electricity than an oven or stovetop. For instance, as you see in the chart below, a microwave
uses less energy than the oven.
And of course, these recipes have the added benefit of keeping the kitchen cooler this summer.
Table from Consumer Guide to how Energy Savings
*Assumes 9.5 cents/KWh
Everyone’s a Winner!
The best thing about Cookin’ with Kilowatts is that everyone is a winner! All customers who submit a recipe using a more energy-efficient method of cooking will receive a free City Light pot holder and chef’s hat. Limit one pot holder and chef’s hat per household. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Creativity and fun will be rewarded!
Each submission will be based on creativity, energy saved and presentation. Bonus points will be awarded to participants who take a photo with the chef’s hat on and submit it to SCL_marketing@seattle.gov.
2017 Cookin' with Kilowatts Partners
This year Seattle City Light has partnered with Sea Wolf Bakers to bring you great prizes;