10 Things In My Fridge | Very Culinary
Amy is here today! I feel like I’ve been blogging alongside Amy for what seems like… an eternity? Meaning, since the beginning! (or pretty darn close.) Amy’s blog, Very Culinary, is filled with the most beautiful photography and fantastic recipes (this one in particular has become a household regular & favorite for my family, you all have to make it). She’s a fun, down-to-earth chick, one I’d love to hang out in the kitchen with listening to music and eating pie (freshly baked by her of course). Thanks so much for being here today Amy!
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Hi gang! Amy from Very Culinary here. I think it goes without saying that my refrigerator is never this organized! But for the sake of this fun little project, I cleaned it up a bit. It actually motivated me to purge some things – like the near-empty salad dressing bottles, circa 2012. Hello. But what you see, are all items that my fridge is never without!
1. White wine. I don’t drink it, but I sure do cook with it. A lot.
2. Lots and lots of eggs! I’m a big fan of breakfast for dinner. And I also bake. So needless to say, I go through a lot of eggs. I’d love to have some free-range chickens of my own. Someday.
3. Bacon, ground sausage, and hash browns. I go through that stuff like mad. Perhaps because of that whole breakfast for dinner thing ^^^.
4. Breads! White bread, raisin bread, bagels, and Stonefire naan flatbread. I would never go gluten-free by choice!
5. Olives and dill pickles – in things, on things, or just by themselves. Pure love.
6. Sauces and spreads
(a) homemade lemon curd – I make a new batch once a month. Candy, I tell ya.
(b) Sabra hummus – the next best thing to homemade. Dare I say, maybe even better?
(c) Greek yogurt – for my daily smoothies!
(d) Philadelphia cream cheese – because…cream cheese. Paleeze.
(e) margarine – in addition to real butter, not instead of.
(f) maple syrup – mmmmm.
(g) nut butters – because of my the kids’ peanut allergy *sad violin*, but also because they’re delicious!
7. Heavy cream and chicken stock – I never have to worry about expiration dates on the heavy cream, I use it too fast. And I always have chicken and/or vegetable stock at the ready. The stock and cream end up together in so many stews and pasta dishes. Bliss.
8. Fruits and vegetables – in particular, strawberries, blueberries, spinach, tomatoes, and bell peppers – love, love, love. These are foods that take up permanent residence in my planter boxes during the growing season. if I ever ran out of these items, I would have a very unhappy house.
9. Cheese, Pillsbury Grands and crescent rolls – cheeeeeese. Stinky, spicy, buttery, nutty… I love them all! And Pillsbury. I wish I owned stock in General Mills.
10. Bologna, hot dogs, salami, and pepperoni – we’re all about our lunch meats here. Perfect for school sandwiches, but also for pizza and quesadillas.
What you don’t see! – milk. SO. MUCH. MILK. We bought a second refrigerator for the garage to hold all of our milk. Well, not quite. Sort of. Ha. You also don’t see all the butter, mayonnaise, ketchup, and mustard. All staples!
Thanks Aggie! This series is so much fun. I loved being a part of it!
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Yay!! Amy is the best, FOR.REAL. And I love virtually stalking my favorite bloggers, especially seeing what’s in their fridge! All good stuff in here!
Right back atcha, Love!
ha ha, it’s fun to stalk them isn’t it 😉
I adore Amy!!! So fun seeing her fridge!!
*mwah* *mwah* *mwah* !
Thanks for having me, Aggie! So much fun. I wish my refrigerator was always that clean!
ha, don’t we all! I loved having you and seeing your fridge, thanks YOU! xo
oh my goodness i would like to have a frig like that again………..2 years ago i became diabetic and i am controlling it by diet therefore low carbs and no sugar so now in my frig is a ton of fruit and veggies………..cottage cheese and hard cheese
….. and lots of bottles of my homemade fruit salad dressing……i know boring but it is keeping me for taking medication for the diabeties
That’s a shame, Edna, but we have to take care of our bodies! I actually have a lot of healthy things in my refrigerator (and pantry), too, but they didn’t get photographed :/
Edna…honestly, I love the sound of your fridge! 🙂 Can you tell me more about your fruit salad dressings, they sound delicious! (Ps…good for you for taking charge of your health like that!!)
Such a fun series! I think I need to have dinner at Amy’s!
Come on over Gaby, I’ll save you a seat!
This is the first time I’ve ever seen bread in a refrigerator. Does it last longer in there or do you just enjoy it cold?
This is a fun series, do they have to be food bloggers? or blogs you read? or can they be any blogger?
Just curious, I’d love to do one. 🙂 wishful thinking but a girl can dream 🙂
Hi Shannon! Thank you so much for asking about the series, I really appreciate it and I’m so happy you are enjoying it! Right now I have it scheduled out to the end of May with food bloggers…I am planning on taking a break from it during summertime but when (if?) I get it started up again after summer I promise to keep you in mind!!
thank you! 🙂 I’m a wanna be food blogger, Just have no clue how to start. Books, Tea and Food are my things. I got the blogging about books and now tea down just need to figure out the foodie thing 🙂
I say – start with a recipe you cook often and go from there! If you already like to cook, and you know how to blog, then you got it! 🙂
I just pinned that Honey Sesame Chicken and can’t wait to try it. I’m in the same boat with the white wine, Amy. Cook with it all the time but don’t drink it which is why I have wine ice cubes in my freezer 🙂 Thanks for another great post in this series, Aggie!