Fun Monday is being hosted by Amy W, that nosy, nosy girl!!! She wants to know what goes on behind closed doors.... closed refridgerator doors. This is what Amy W says:
Here is the assignment: We saw everyone's kitchen one week (just can't remember which week). Now I want to see INSIDE your refrigerator. And DO.NOT.CLEAN.IT.OUT. We want to see it in all its glory. However empty or full. And if you don't have a refrigerator? Show me your cooler, or whatever container you use to keep things nice and cool.
Oh, boy. I am not one for cleaning out my fridge very often - only when there's no room for anything else and nothing left in there is edible anymore... However, I went grocery shopping in the middle of last week, so I had to make at least a little room so the most gruesome stuff was removed to make room for future gruesome stuff.
This would be the "gateway" to what's inside...
We have several containers of leftovers. Spagetti sauce (behind the coke), Chinese food, a bowl of cheese grits, one raisin bagel, a fruit bowl that never got eaten yesterday when the in-laws were over for Sunday dinner, a couple of cans of Slim-Fast (breakfast on those days I can't stomach anything else), and Mudslides for when I can't stomach the world at large. Juice figures heavily in our fridge. Pomegranate/blueberry juice and anything with bananas in it to help with muscle cramping after we kick stuff. The beer belongs to Darling Man. And hiding behind all that is a package of fresh spinach.
Since things tend to get tossed in there willy-nilly, my hydrators are somewhat bare. Tomatoes, baby carrots, celery and cilantro make up the first drawer. Apples, an English cucumber, more carrots and celery are in the second drawer (guess I forgot I already had carrots and celery).
The Door of my fridge is reserved for condiments, eggs, applesauce and jelly. And whatever else we can't fit into the big part of the fridge.
As a bonus, here's a shot of my freezer!
Italian ices (sugar free), frozen chicken stock, pie crusts (for quiche), whole grain bread, chicken breasts, and uh, miscellaneous bags of ice. We put ice into the ziplocs and freeze our knees with them. Then we put them back in the freezer to use next time, only we never do - we get NEW bags and NEW ice, put them on our knees and then put them back in the freezer. Weird. I never really thought about that before.
Go visit Amy W and see the list of folks who are also opening up their refridgerator doors for your strange food voyerism pleasure!