From time to time in foodblogsphere there are a rush of posts each describing the content of a fridge. I suspect that this could be deeply uninteresting to many; but I (and it seems many others) find them fascinating. I especially enjoy seeing the non UK fridges with different brands and packaging from what I am used to. In the same way I love spending several hours walking round foreign supermarkets. This post was prompted by Jeannette who blogs at Readymade.
I hope my fridge shows my love of cooking and my general avoidance of ready made products: there are 3 types of homemade jams and jellies, 4 or 5 homemade chutneys, homemade tahini and the remains of a jar of homemade soy milk. I have 2 types of coffee, 3 types of mustard and a sourdough starter. I tend to shop at Waitrose as for ingredients they are usually cheaper than the other supermarkets in walking distance of me. There are lots of greens after my spree at Osterley Park last Sunday. I like fresh juice at breakfast; so there are almost always oranges and grapefruit in the vegetable drawer.
My freezer is more boring, tupperwares of free frozen chickpeas, various beans including soybeans for milk. A stack of pitta breads, several homemade ready meals and lots of empty stork containers full of various soups and stocks. And of course packets of frozen peas and sweetcorn.
For more fridges check out Divya’s Show me Your Fridge.