Thursday, March 22, 2007

WHO'S COOKING?



How about that crock pot? Anyone for a one pot meal?
That's just a lead -in to say that our stove is in and working, the kitchen sink is in, connected and working and our granite counters are installed and beautiful. Oh yes, the refrigerator is back where it belongs too. I am so glad. Things are progressing. When the cabinets and walls are painted I will show you the finished product. Until then, have a great weekend.

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28 comments:

Ben said...

Love old tools. Great shot, Photowannabe. Glad yiur kitching is getting into the shape. Have a nice week end.

Jerry Moores said...

Great capture - wonderful image! Grand tones and detail!

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Clare said...

I really do enjoy your photography, so imaginative!

Laurie said...

Glad to hear your kitchen project is moving along.

I for one am glad for the modern version of the crock pot.

Nice photo.

ruth said...

I love this photo of your new kitchen! ;)

Olivier said...

tres bonne serie, qui nous fait revenir dans l'histoire de l'amerique. J'imagine bien les cowboys autour de cette marmite le soir apres une longue journée sur les chevaux à garder le troupeau....
Je te souhaite un bon weekend

very good series, which makes us return in the history of America. I imagine well the cowboys around this pot the evening after a long day on the horses to keep the herd…. I wish you a good weekend

martineb said...

It's your new kitchen??? I love this one also. Great capture!

kris said...

me , i want a one pot meal. I think its much tastier with the slow stewing method :)

cant wait to see the finish kitchen!

Memories Catcher said...

Great shot.I like the composition and point of view.Good details and textures.I liek the colors and the contrast between them.Well done!

Joan González said...

besos... KISS

joan

Moi said...

this is beautiful...am sure the food's tastier when cooked the slow, old way......and its nice to hear abt ur kitchen's progress...:)

Libbys Blog said...

Lovely pic withthe red wheelbarrow behind!!

Salty Dawg said...

Nice pot! You could feed a crowd out of this one!

Glad to hear your remodeling is going well and am looking forward to seeing your finished product. It may be so nice that you won’t want to leave!

MotherPie said...

Do you know I have a little wooden wheelbarrow just like the one in your picture? Mine is painted red and holds wood.

One pot meals... i love them, especially in winter.

Icarus said...

Nice, solid, old objects...are you sure you really want all the new appliances? Hmm, silly question!
And you too, a good weekend.

Anonymous said...

This photo reminded me of a Halloween when my sister painted herself green, put on a witches hat, put dry ice in the kettle and cackled like a wicked woman as the little trick or treaters tried to decide whether to come to the door for candy.

I know that's not the idea you had from this photo - but it is what I thought of.

Annie in Little Rock

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

yum yum! :)

Pat said...

What a great huge pot!

It will be nice to see a pic of your kitchen when it's all finished!




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Lavender Lady said...

Can you imagine having to cook everything you ate over an open fire? I admire their guts.

MPRPRO said...

I just love the interesting colors you come up with in these images. Takes a good eye to see that and compose a great shot. Good work.

Irredento Urbanita said...

You are busy cooking all this time, I can see dear friend.

Still said...

Beautiful game on colours! I like it a lot!

Chad Oneil said...

Cool shot.

Anna said...

NOT ME SUE...at least not now.

I do love a crock pot...how great to throw stuff in there and then walk away! :)

Tim Rice said...

Great shot! My parents have two old pots like that which they now use for small flower beds.

Piika said...

lovely red in this one!

Meg in Nelson said...

One pot meal, cooking slowly all day on a winter's day - I can't wait for the winter.