I learned a few things today from the contents of my frig.
-my crispers are full of good veggies
-we eat real butter (unlike some of my other very dear Lutheran friends who dare to cook with/eat margarine)
-we have plenty of left-overs, which adds to the lunch variety at home
-there’s a variety of good cheese: gruyere, parmegianno regianno, sharp cheddar, maytag blue, stilton, and real mozzarella
-we have plums picked from Jeff and Vicki’s plum tree that I must use soon (jelly? tart?)
-i’ve switched to unsweet tea, which is not easy or normal for a Southern girl
-there’s homeade salsa (made by me) and homeade strawberry jam (made by my sister)
-there’s 12 visible sticks of butter and plenty more that you don’t see—don’t be scared
-there are 2 pints of heavy cream
-and 2 quarts of half and half
-don’t judge me
-there are five different containers/kinds of mayo
-repeat the don’t judge me part
-there’s two Jethro- sized half used ketchup bottles that make me wanna vow never to shop at Sam’s again (there’s something about the xl ketchup bottles that makes me lose respect for myself)
-there’s a bowl of something that makes me afraid
-there’s mocha protein milk from sometime in the winter
-there’s a pack of petrified bulk sausage that i just discovered way in the back behind the mexican pasta
-there’s full calorie mike’s lemonade which may mean i’ve given up
When my new BFF Adraine issued this request to see inside our frig’s, I did not tidy up or otherwise move things around (as if that weren’t abundantly clear). I think you should go right now and take a pic of the inside of your frig and post it on your blog and tell us all your dirty secrets. Tell us in the comments if you do it. I think this is big fun.
I vow to clean mine out.
You can peruse a host of frig’s here. Some of them are very funny. Maybe pantries should be next!