Inside My Fridge

March 16, 2012

Good morning and happy Friday, everyone! Do any of you have fun plans for this weekend?

One of my favorite parts of the weekend is grocery shopping. Call me strange, but I could spend forever at the grocery store, browsing the isles and checking out the new and quirky products. I also love seeing inside the fridges of strangers. Maybe it’s a bit nosy on my part, but I can’t help but love it! Today, I’m spreading the fridge-peaking love by giving you a glimpse into my own. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Top Shelf: Greek yogurt, light (80-calorie) yogurts, ricotta cheese

Other top-of-the-fridge items: Better ‘n Eggs liquid egg replacement, leftovers (steamed broccoli for lunches), large eggs, fresh strawberries, canned pumpkin puree

Moving further down: Leftover sparkling apple cider (from NYE), whole wheat bread, boneless, skinless chicken breasts, Leinenkugel’s Honey Weiss (for Joe)

The produce drawer: Cauliflower, red peppers, carrots, oranges, grapefruit, apples, lettuce and broccoli

And the condiments: Mustard, Dijon mustard, soy sauce, poppy seed dressing, ketchup, barbecue sauce, sugar-free pancake syrup, raspberry vinaigrette

And because your Friday needs a little cute in it, a picture of this little Nut…

Make it a good one!


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  • Taylor @ greens & chocolate

    I love seeing inside other people’s fridges too! Yours is WAY more organized and cleaner than mine! I guess you’re inspiration for me to do a little spring cleaning šŸ™‚

  • Your fridge is so neat and clean… lol mine is always overflowing:-)

  • I love seeing people’s fridges! Yours is super tidy! I’d hate for anyone to see mine after yours!

  • Kristin

    Grocery shopping is my favorite part of the week. In fact, I get a real kick out of not working in the summer because it means I can take a Tuesday morning and browse the store for hours without fighting the crowds. Happy Friday!

  • I love that we’re all admitting we like seeing other people’s fridges. It’s so true! You’re making me want some greek yogurt for a second breakfast. Delicious.

    • MadisonMayberry

      I also think it would be fascinating to work as a checker at the grocery store. Being able to see what other people buy would be so interesting!

  • You have little to nothing in your fridge! I wish I could keep my fridge stocked so. I always have way to much in mine…. I like to over buy at the grocery store šŸ™‚

    • MadisonMayberry

      I have to admit that I’m not much for having a really full fridge. We usually have just enough to get us through the week and then we absolutely have to go shopping on Saturday!

  • so fun to see inside your fridge. but, i must say – this makes me feel like my fridge is jammed packed with stuff! tell the truth now, did you clean out your fridge before making this post? šŸ˜‰

    • MadisonMayberry

      Sara, the truth is that I clean my fridge out every week before I put the new groceries in. I’m a little bit OCD about having a clean and organized fridge. šŸ™‚

  • I love this! Grocery shopping is also something I look forward to. Meal planning, pulling together my list and coupons, scouring the weeklies, and the roaming the aisles. Glad I’m not the only one.

  • I love this! Grocery shopping is also something I look forward to. Meal planning, pulling together my list and coupons, scouring the weeklies, and the roaming the aisles. Glad I’m not the only one.

    • MadisonMayberry

      What is it about grocery shopping that makes it so much fun? My hubs hates it, but I love it!

  • Lauren

    Uh oh–keeping cans in the fridge is an excellent environment for food-borne bacteria to blossom. Might be better to put that pumpkin in some tupperware.

    • MadisonMayberry

      Lauren, I knew I would get a comment about that! šŸ™‚ You’ll be happy to know it’s now in the fridge in a Tupperware container.

  • Julie @ Sugarfoot Eats

    I love seeing what’s in people’s fridge posts!!!

  • A peak inside our fridge would reveal random coffee grounds – that’s my husband. I love organizing my fridge items by type and expiration date (OCD much? yes…) and it helps me keep track of what needs refilling etc.
    Nutmeg is darling! šŸ™‚

    • MadisonMayberry

      I can’t totally relate to you with the OCD about my fridge. I love having it clean and organized!