Friday, September 28, 2012

DINNER FOR THE ROOFERS

Cooked and cooked today.
Made a huge pot of soup with a left over roast.
EVERYTHING went in it.
We're also having BLT's for dinner.
Is that not a brilliant way to fix bacon?
(Thank you Pinterest!)
I also made Apple Bars from this site.
I threw in a handful of huckleberries.

My house feels and smells like FALL!

The roofing continues.

ALL of the decking on the entire roof had to be torn up.
It was rotted and in splinters.
We have a serious trash bin in the driveway.
I hope they can see light at the end of the tunnel.

23 comments:

gigi said...

That would be better than seeing light through your ceiling. :)
For some reason I thought I could smell your house through the computer. Smelled yummy. Much better than the hospital food I have been smelling and eating all week. Hope they get finished before the first snow fall!

The Jones Family said...

I love that idea for cooking bacon! Isn't pinterest fun? I know this roofing is a big job, but looks like progress is being made each day and it will all be finished before winter snows fly! Enjoy your weekend.

Maggie M said...

If you cooked all that for the roofers can I pretend to be part of the roofing crew? lol It looks so good and I bet it does smell really good at your home. Have a great weekend sweet Tauna. Hugs

Heather said...

You totally just made me hungry with the picture of all the yummy food! I bet your house smelled good!

Wow, that roofing business is becoming quite the job! You will love it when it is done though!

Saimi said...

With good meals like that they just might drag out finishing the roof! Good job on the Pinterest recipes, man I still have yet to look at it and I even have and account....

Queenie Jeannie said...

Wow, what a big project! Your food sounds really yummy!!!

Momza said...

I'm sure you will have a great peace of mind with the replacement of the roof. And now, I want bacon.

" Hit It......." said...

I wish I had your cooking gene. Nothing sounds good and "healthy." We are dieting and it blows. I wish you lived close, I would come over and smell your kitchen and borrow a few treats!

Jenny Lynn said...

Never seen bacon cooked that way. Can't wait to give it a try. Wish bacon prices would drop a little.

Fall is such a great feeling after the hot lazy days of summer have passed.

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Debby@Just Breathe said...

Hope the roof project is done soon. Your meal sounds delicious!

Maple Lane said...

The food looks delicious! I know you'll be glad when the roof is complete.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

If you keep feeding them that well, they might slow down and take longer! ;)

mCat said...

If I come sit on your roof and rip off shingles, will you feed me like that? Day-um girl! You know how to take care of people!

Betty said...

I'm cringing at all the work that has to be done on your roof! Oh my!

And speaking of BLT's, did you know that Great Harvest is making their potato dill bread again (Tuesdays)? Oh my. Scooter and I made a BLT with that. Even he was raving about it!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Nothing better after a hard days work than a good ole home cooked meal. I know your guys appreciated you cooking for them.
Hope they finish soon.
Love ya
Maggie

Camille said...

Hey, i'm more than willing to come help the roofing crew! (but can I eat FIRST?!) :) You have been busy! But so has the crew. Better get that finished before the snow starts to fall!!!

Ann Marie said...

That's the ONLY way I cook bacon now. So easy.. and no splatter mess!

You are so kind and generous to feed the roofers.

All of your food looks yum-a-licious!

I have been thinking about you lately. Hope all is well with you..

Emmy said...

My dad would reroof our house on his own and us kids were all his helpers. I remember one summer when I was about ten years old being up on the roof in 100 degree heat helping my dad roof. I would snap the chalk line to make sure the singles were being put on straight.

WhisperingWriter said...

Mmm, that food picture made me stomach rumble.

Yvonne said...

Getting a new roof is SUCH A PAIN, but when it's done you will be so glad and you can rest knowing YOU WON'T HAVE TO DO IT AGAIN!!!!

I am so hungry looking at the yummy food.

Marydon said...

So know this event well. Hope we don't have to redo any time soon. The banging about drove me up the wall. Yum! looks deelish, lucky workers.

TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Julia said...

Mmmm smells good...

Wow, sorry that the roofing turned out to be such a nasty job. Well at least you'll have a brand new roof instead of sleeping under the stars.

Hope that the roof will soon be finished.
JB

StitchinByTheLake said...

I think it's a soup kind of time...I made a big pot of potato/cheese soup Sunday. :) blessings, marlene