Wednesday, May 02, 2007

A peek inside

Here's a rather intimate photo. The current interior of the fridge, sans the door's contents. (The door has all the jars of dressing, condiments, and whatnot.) I can't think of any interesting remarks about the contents of the fridge. That would be your job. Also, see if you can spot the goat cheese, onion, and mushrooms. They are all clearly visible. Bonus if you can spot the smoked trout. (Not to be confused with the two packs of smoked meat at the bottom right corner.)

20 comments:

Lemuel said...

Note to self: set down another can of frozen OJ to thaw. LOL!

dan said...

Hello Baby,

I think you make a clean-up before the picture !
dan

Snooze said...

Hey now that's a good-looking fridge. I must clean mine out a bit. And yes, I found all of the aforementioned items, but the trout eluded me.

Anonymous said...

This is a most orderly Refrigerator. Everything looks new. Mine has things in it from 1999. Do you think I need to clean it out? LOL. Ed

David said...

My fridge has about a third of your volume. I buy for the week and eat it all.

The smoked trout is partially under the pizza, with a bit sticking out on the left. Yes?

St. Dickeybird said...

The goat cheese, is in the tub on it's side, the onion is under the mozzarella packet, the mushrooms are behind the beer, and the fish is under the pizza right?

Seeing this photo is weird. I think a fridge tells alot about someone - I may have to expose mine...

Jason said...

That pizza looks very good. I miss being single and having only one carton of milk instead of 3.

Chunks said...

I find it compelling that you have so many no name products in your fridge, even PC beer! Yet, there it sits. A lone tub of Philadelphia Cream Cheese!! LOVE IT!

You have to wear sunglasses when you look in my pantry, the yellow labels can be blinding! hahah! Nice fridge.

Spider said...

Rather than look for the trout, someone needs to replenish the OJ! The trout is in the green wrapper under the pizza behind the tomato I think...

Dantallion said...

Mmmmmm.....Pizza. (It's on top of the salmon, btw)

And is that Realemon I see in the back there? Shame on you! Fresh squeezed is the ONLY way to go. ;)

GayProf said...

That's a mighty clean fridge.

I like that you buy the brown eggs. As I always say, I will always opt for any "brown" option over the "white" option (eggs, coffee filters, chocolate, etc.).

Polt said...

Goat cheest, onions, smoked trout????

Good Lord, man, if I have a can of spray cheese in my fridge, that's about as exotic as it gets.

Smoked trout...really. You silly Canadians. :)

HUGS...

about a boy said...

damn. your fridge is so neat and tidy. not that mine is dirty but its filled with the food of 5 gay men...theres a lot.

Mark in DC said...

I found the onion and mushrooms. Is that a package of brussel sprouts to the left of the beer?

Oh, by the way, you need to pick up orange juice at the market.

Mark :-)

Joe McIntyre said...

The onion is on the top shelf, at the front left. It's sliced in half and and wrapped in cling film.

The goat's cheese could be the white cylindrical thing under the Mozzarella? Alternatively, it's in the yellow tub that's fallen over on the middle shelf.

And like everyone else, I reckon the trout is under the pizza.

What's the prize Torn?

Brad said...

OK, who put the OJ container back in the fridge with only a few tblspoons left in it ? Tsk.

Sunshine said...

Omg, you have food in your fridge!!! What a novelty to me. :P

dirk.mancuso said...

The goat cheese is on its side behind the cream cheese.

The onion is on the shelf above it, in front of the can of olives.

The mushrooms are behind the beer.

(This is fun. You should make it a recurring feature.)

Patricia said...

oh how i love snooping at people's fridge!

i also love that you eat brussel sprouts. but i can't believe you put the pizza away after eating only one slice. that kind of freakish control is really irritating you know.

madamerouge said...

The products are turned so that the French sides face out. Quelle surprise!

My kitchen (fridge included) has the English side showing on all products. No wonder my French is so rusty.