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What's in your fridge?

 
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Please list some interesting things currently in your refrigerator.

Mine is quite full, but among many other things I've got leftover Indian takeout, four different jars of peanut butter, three bottles of Sierra Nevada IPA, half a package of wonton wrappers, and some tofu.
 
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coconut milk
land jaeger
huckleberry jam
 
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Soy milk
strawberry icing (made too much for the cupcakes, but don't want to throw away)
mangoes
some really old bananas (gotta bake some bread soon - maybe tonight)
 
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Milk !
Butter Milk ! ( can't take lunch without it )
Fruits !
 
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Cockroaches. Lotsa cockroaches. Got them at walmart in retail.

I am preparing myself for the nuclear melt down. Since they are the only things that will survive, might as well train myself to eat them at an early stage.
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:Please list some interesting things currently in your refrigerator.


Lots of delicious red seedless grapes (they're on sale at Sam's club), About 10 different types of hot sauce (anyone every try Marie Sharp's? One, Lottie's, is so hot, that you don't want to touch your eyes after handling the bottle), and pickles.

Mine is quite full, but among many other things ... three bottles of Sierra Nevada IPA,...


I'm not much of a hop-head, but am more into malt. I've just bought and can't wait to get into a case of Sam Adams Octoberfest with five, count 'em, five varieties of malted barley. Yum!
 
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Home fridge:

Leftover sesame chicken
buffalo wings
raspberry chipotle sauce
home-made lime-aid
fresh mozzarella (to be transformed into Caprese salad this evening)

Work fridge:


Cream for my coffee.
 
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Not much, because I'm going on holiday tomorrow.

- Cheese
- Salami
- Butter
- Fruit juice
- 3 beers
- 1 bottle of white wine
- an opened bottle of ketchup
- a jar of mayonnaise

That's it!
 
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Pelmeni
Kwas
Borsch
 
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Martha Simmons wrote:Pelmeni
Kwas
Borsch



Grandma ate (drank) Borscht. Myself, I couldn't stand the stuff.
 
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Jesper Young wrote:Not much, because I'm going on holiday tomorrow.


Better eat the cheese and salami before you go!
 
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pete stein wrote:

Martha Simmons wrote:Pelmeni
Kwas
Borsch



Grandma ate (drank) Borscht. Myself, I couldn't stand the stuff.



With sour cream and a boiled potato in it, ice cold, it works for me.
 
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Cheese
Cream Cheese
Ham
Blueberries
Yoghurt
Pesto Rosso

And food cans and jars that normally don't have to be cooled as "chilliness buffer" to save energie. The fridge is a little bit too big for me. I have such an (euro?) standard combi with 2/3 cooler and 1/3 freezer. Vice versa would be perfect for my needs but that isn't available.
 
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Joey Tribbiani : "Paper! Snow! A ghost!"

 
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EFH: With sour cream and a boiled potato in it, ice cold, it works for me.

Ice cold? Then you will like okroshka.

 
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Martha Simmons wrote:
Ice cold? Then you will like okroshka.



Interesting! I just went and looked this up on Wikipedia. This sounds somewhat similar to Gazpacho, which I do like; I make several variations on that, one which includes chopped hard boiled egg. I don't know where you would get kvass around here though.
 
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Goats Milk Cream Cheese
Bison Grass Vodka
Barbecued Pork Ribs
 
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Idli sambar

Uttapa

and Medu Vada
 
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EFH: Interesting! I just went and looked this up on Wikipedia. This sounds somewhat similar to Gazpacho, which I do like; I make several variations on that, one which includes chopped hard boiled egg. I don't know where you would get kvass around here though.

Go to the closest Russian store, the one you get your kefir from.
 
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Martha Simmons: please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
 
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Virgil's root beer - sweetened with stevia
 
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I have a chest freezer which I recently bought it in eBay. It is full of fruits and vegetables. I am happy to hear what is in your fridge.


 
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My complete inventory at the moment...

Refrigerator:
Kahlúa
Triple Sec
Ginger liqueur
Ginger syrup
Lime juice
Stella
1 jar of vermouth-infused olives
3 jars of pickled onions
A half bag of sesame bagels
Gulden's mustard
Tabasco sauce
Parmesan cheese

Freezer:
Chopin vodka
Grey Goose vodka
Ketel One vodka
Belvedere vodka
Reyka vodka
Absolute vodka
Smirnoff pear vodka
Limoncello
Ice
1 frozen chicken fettucini entrée
 
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marc weber wrote:My complete inventory at the moment...


but empty by Saturday morning?
 
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1 light (bulb) is there (I)
 
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David O'Meara wrote:...but empty by Saturday morning?


The Chopin and pickled onions have been in heavy rotation.

I'm stocking up on real food again tomorrow. Or the next day. Monday at the latest. (Maybe Tuesday...)
 
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marc weber wrote:My complete inventory at the moment...

Refrigerator:
...
Stella
...



Me: "Hello 911 ?"
911: "This is 911 what is the emergency ?"
Me: "I'd like to report this guy who claims to have a woman in his..."

On a serious note, what is Stella ?
 
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Deepak Bala wrote:
On a serious note, what is Stella ?



 
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Parts of human bodies and a couple of high quality blood bottles.
 
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All this beer is making me thirsty... I'm down to my last bottle of Tsingtao

Hummus, lifewaters, frozen salmon, frozen mahi, gluten-free bread, "superfood", eggs, spinach, cilantro. boca burgers...
 
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Ginger Ale
Water
Orange Juice
Apple Juice
Rice Milk
Cake(I think. It may be a lie)
 
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2 apricot yoghurts

2 coconut yoghurts

1 bag of brown sugar

2 litres of fresh milk

1 glass of coconut milk

4 unripe mangoes

Silmycetin eye drops

Wasabi

250ml of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

2 eggs

Vegetables (lots)

1 bottle of Antacil gel for symptomatic relief of upset stomach

3 cards of frozen bloodworms (for my siamese fighting fish Vanderlei and Shogun)

1 breast of chicken

2 pork chops marinated in garlic and black pepper

1/2 jar of spicy brown mustard

3 bottles of drinking water

1 apple

1 jar of green olives stuffed with pimento paste

1 bag of red chillies

1 net of garlic cloves

(I feel exposed now...)
 
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my fridge is fully empty anyone here who wants to put any tasty stuff is very welcome...
 
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in my fridge :

ice cream
chicken breast
cottage cheese
veggies
whole grains
tuna
fruits
almond milk
 
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Chandella Montero wrote:

1 net of garlic cloves???

(I feel exposed now...)



Don't it spread bad smell in your fridge ...???
 
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