I have refrigerator envy. I found this great post when I was reading Raising Seven Vegans blog the other day showing what is inside her fridge. It then linked to Green and Crunchy blog, who started this game, and showed what's in her fridge. It is the fridge of my dreams, so neat and organized with everything labeled, and it comes equipped with the most adorable little label maker ever! I am easily amused and it's great fun for me to see in others' fridges. I can't resist browsing in others' carts when grocery shopping, and always thought I was the only cart voyeur. It's always fun to come across someone else who's cart is as full of produce as mine.
I only photographed the fridge in my kitchen, I have another in the basement which holds all the apples, oranges, grapefruit, another cabbage, and whatever else I can't fit in the main fridge, which includes meat for the carnivorous hubby, and some cheese. Nuts I store in the freezer, and leave a few small jars on the counter which I refill as needed.
On the top shelf there is wheat germ, feta cheese, sour cream, brown miso, white miso, organic veggie broth, homemade dill pickles, organic milk, homemade yogurt, a package of hubby's nitrate free turkey lunchmeat, and a stalk of brussels sprouts.
On the middle shelf there are leftover falafels, a carton of baby spinach, a bowl of cranberry applesauce which I will post the recipe for this week, large bowl of lentil sloppy joes, local free range organic eggs, and a dish of leftover mashed sweet potato. The lunchmeat drawer contains 3 pints of blueberries, a lemon, 3 pomeganites, and some whole grain tortillas.
The bottom shelf holds containers of homemade dogfood, (yes I cook for my dogs, I don't believe any living thing was meant to live on commercial processed food- but that's a post for another day), a box of clementines, organic baby romaine salad, and a dish of sliced green peppers.
The veggie drawer on the left contains celery, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, snow peas, a tomato, some ginger root, and lemons.
The drawer on the right contains 2 more cartons of baby greens, some leaf lettuces, a bag of cranberries and 3 lbs. of asparagus.
I'd love to see what's in your fridge too, leave a comment if you want to play along.