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Stay warm

Posted by Sheryl Julian  October 20, 2008 07:40 PM

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If you're thinking of turning the temperature way down this winter to save on heat, here's a little honey from Tulikivi in Finland to keep you warm. The company motto is: "It's such a cold, cold world." You can actually cook on and in this handsome soapstone stove, which has a cast iron top.

Even if it's only marshmallows you roast, what a nice way to warm the house -- and your soul -- in the months ahead.

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