I thought it would be fun to periodically take a look inside of my fridge, because in all honesty when I'm at a friend's house I love to look inside of their fridge! No really, it's an obsession.
Oooh! I love those!
How do you cook that?
It's sort of a past time of mine, but I happen to have really cool friends that have tons of fun stuff in their fridge. Next time you're at your best friend's house, ask if you can take a fridge tour. It's totally fun!
So, welcome to my fridge tour. First up, the door.
Top left, yes I have butter. Real butter. I am not one of those people that puts butter on things, in fact I cannot stand butter on bread or on vegetables. However, I believe that when a recipe like Chocolate Chip Cookies calls for butter, you should use real butter. It's just me.
Next to that you'll see a white bottle of spray ranch dressing from Wishbone, soy sauce, worchestire sauce, teriyaki sauce, spray butter, ketchup, and Tabasco sauce.
On the second shelf is a flat bottle of diet wild cherry Pepsi (note to self, throw that out!), tartar sauce, an upside down bottle of ranch dressing, a small green bottle of an amazing sake that I've discovered, an upside down bottle of mayo, a hidden bottle of mayo made with olive oil, a bottle of home made salad dressing (in one of these fabulous gadgets), fat free milk, and fat free half & half.
And the bottom shelf is a melange of salad dressings, hot sauces, and some sadly neglected bottles of wine. Actually it's one bottle of left over bubbly, a bottle of V Sattui fortified wine (it's STRONG!), and a highly prized bottle of Ethiopian honey wine that I save for special desserts and occasions.
On the interior top shelf you'll find all of my bread products: flour tortillas, Oroweat Double Fiber bread, hamburger buns, and whole wheat English muffins. Also up there is a bag of sun dried tomatoes (love them!), eggs, and a store bought spinach dip that I bought for a potluck with some friends. That spinach dip is just visiting, I think it needs to go away before I devour the whole thing!
Second shelf contains a large box of pre washed spinach (not visible), corn tortillas, reduced fat cheeses, Laughing Cow wedges, Carl Buddig sandwhich meat, a butter dish, a container of salad dressing that a friend gave me (thanks Marcy!), regular (what I call "full fat") sour cream, fat free feta, and our Brita water pitcher.
The third shelf is overflowing with Chobani products, low fat cream cheese, two baked potatoes with a turkey breast, a spinach salad with strawberries and feta, Cherry Cheesecake from the Weight Watchers website (3 Points Plus), a container of my Apple and Maple Steel Cut Oatmeal (not visible, I'll post that recipe in a few days), and a ton of produce like mini bell peppers, grapes, and strawberries.
The bottom two drawers of my refrigerator are always full of fresh fruits (left) and vegetables (right). I rotate through whatever looks good at the time, and at the moment I've got apples, oranges, Cuties, mushrooms, carrots, cabbage, cucumbers, and zucchini.
So there you have it, I gave you the run down of my cold storage. It happens to be exceptionally full a the moment, but I only go the grocery store once every two weeks or so. Also, I share it with a non-Weight Watcher who happens to love his full fat foods.
As the week progresses, the fresh fruits and veggies will dwindle down and be replaced by storage containers full of yummy foods like spaghetti and ground turkey meat sauce, butter chicken, stir fry, and more!
So what's in your fridge?