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Old 06-08-07, 02:36 PM
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What's in your fridge or freezer?

When you haven't been to the store in a while, what slim pickin's are in your fridge or freezer?

Post pics!
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Food?
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just body parts and frozen peas.
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Do not have pics, but I know excatly what is in the fridge & freezer.

4 Cheese bagels
1 Frozen Sweet Corn
1 Frozen Broccoli
1 Frozen Mac & Cheese

12 Cans Miller Lite
16 Can Caffine Free Diet Coke
2 Canola Oil Butter
1 Canola Mayonaise
1 Dijon Mustard
1 Lettuce
1 Fat Free Italian Dressing
1 Pack Croutons
1 Lite Sour Cream
1/2 Cream Cheese
3 Shredded Cheddar
1.25 lbs 93 - 7 Ground Beef
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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shhhhh that is not for mass distribution. Ixnay on the uppay!
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Damn. Nothing but condiments. Hm. Midnight snack: soda crackers and sun-dried tomato paste with prepared horseradish. Maybe throw in a little sardine paste. Some Jack Daniels Grillin' Sauce. Hm....

<peering on the bottom shelves> Hey, some KimChee! <lookin' in jar> Just a few small pieces of cabbage.

<opening drawer> Hey, some five-year-old miso! That's gotta have a kick! Time to make some miso soup! With popcorn!
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Milk, cheese, ham, bread, um...pickles, just the basics. Then the freezer have hot pockets, ice cream, bottles of Vodka, then misc foods.
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Pie.

Lots and lots of Foo flavored pie..shaped in quails that is for Jsharr.
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Peaches
Apples (gala and granny smith)
eggs
butter
BEAVER deli mustard <~~~it's da bomb
salad dressings and random condiments
yogurt
cheese
carrots
feta
applesauce
string cheese
milk

freezer

chicken breasts
pork chops
tilapia
mahi mahi
salmon
frozen strawberries
frozen mixed berries
frozen stir-fry veggies
edamame
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OMG, Brandy! Except for keeping your fruit in the fridge, the string cheese and milk, your fridge and freezer are stocked almost like mine when I've been to the store! Well, except my mustard is different. And I usually keep some mac-n-cheese in the freezer, along with some blintzes. But the similarity is still...uncanny.
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Originally Posted by VegaVixen
OMG, Brandy! Except for keeping your fruit in the fridge, the string cheese and milk, your fridge and freezer are stocked almost like mine when I've been to the store! Well, except my mustard is different. And I usually keep some mac-n-cheese in the freezer, along with some blintzes. But the similarity is still...uncanny.
How funny Vega...but my fridge is empty! I need to shop before my mom gets here to watch the kids. There's usually salad in there, lunch meat, grilled chicken.

I keep my fruit in the fridge because of the damn fruit flies. They are the debil.
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Originally Posted by VegaVixen
<peering on the bottom shelves>
Oh good god, on first read, I missed the "r".

Vega, no! You can refill refrigerators now!
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I'll just list what's mine. Key lime, cream orange, mixed berry yogurt. Huge tub of plain yogurt. Skim milk. That's it.
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Freezer: Ice
Green Giant broccoli
Green Giant mixed veggies
One fish filet
3 frozen mugs
4 empty ice cube trays
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In the freezer:

Ravioli
Pot Stickers
Edame
blue berries from last summer (I don't know how they lasted this long, SO good on ice cream)
There are some banana leaves in there, I use them for steaming fish)
Ice cream
some veggies, not sure what is in the bag, it's green.

Beer in the fridge, and a chilled bottle of Capiello Pinot Gris (this is also VERY good )
Bubbie's Sourkraut
Tillamook smoked cheddar cheese
a wedge of french brie ( but not for long)
Carmen's flour tortillas
a few brussel sprouts
half a head of cabbage
a few avacados that WILL be gaucamole tomorrow morning
OJ
Odwalla Superfood
a couple bottles of Tazo Tea
Grey Poupon
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no fair you actually looked!!!
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Old 06-08-07, 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Brandy
How funny Vega...but my fridge is empty! I need to shop before my mom gets here to watch the kids. There's usually salad in there, lunch meat, grilled chicken.

I keep my fruit in the fridge because of the damn fruit flies. They are the debil.
Since I'm the only one eating, I don't tend to keep my fridge too stocked, and have to do a "small" shopping whenver I want things like salads and fresh meat and fresh veggies. I usually do a "large" shopping every couple of weeks. But I haven't been for nearly a month.

Dried lentils, rice, and frozen chicken are my friends 'til I hit the store tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by russiankdi
bottles of Vodka
Nice pick.
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