Ripped from the headlines... from Chanelle, from SweetNicks- I proudly (er, not-so-proudly) present... the fridge at Chalet J:
First... the door, ie: the staples. As you can see, I always have onhand:
mayo (ick, only for tuna salad/chicken salad)
some foreign sauce
glass jar where I pour my leftover coffee every morning so I always have iced coffee on hand
and of COURSE, an open bottle of wine
Next... pretty much any time you look in the refrigerator here, you'll find cheese and olives. Lots and lots of cheese and olives. At first glance one can see feta, mozzarella, smoked cheddar with carmelised onions, gouda, some weird foreign assortment of wedges, kalamatas, green Queens, and a container of olive tapenade. There's probably a wedge of romano back there, and maybe an old hunk of stilton. Oh look! Hummus!!
Aaand, the produce, of course. Even when I'm only home for 4 days, I buy produce. Always in excess. In the drawer, I have mixed greens, celery, green beans, a lemon (the one I use for my evening twist), mushrooms, and an onion:
And on the counter- tomatoes, zucchini, lemons, pears, apples, and a lone yam:
And of course... for a single gal who travels for a living... the freezer. The place she throws things she knows she won't get to for a few weeks:
soy beans (in and out of the shell)
steaks (cut in half and frozen as to cook for one)
an ice gel mask (for the morning after the rum, ha!)
and during the summer, always a bowl of frozen grapes
Chanelle, don't make me go into the pantry!!!