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tommi teardrop



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I think some of you are ignorant as to how much beer some of us drink. And some of us have people over to our houses to enjoy beers with us. When that is the case, a 6 or 12 pack only lasts a few hours.
Post Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:34 am
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mzehe916



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I keep my beer in a cellar because at the moment I'm refined to a small fridge that you might see in an American dorm room. This is a big difference between cultures. These small fridges are fairly common here (you shop daily for your groceries). My girlfriend and I just moved and I convinced her to upgrade to a 3/4 size fridge. If even that, more of a 5/8th size. Our cellar is cool enough...and now that it is getting cold here I can keep it on the balcony, too.

I will buy 2-3 cases at a time. I like the European system so much better. Deposits on bottles, beer in big plastic cases. The whole process of returning the bottles and what not.
Post Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:55 am
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poopsnack



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I have another fridge with meat, juices, tons of greens, sushi (right now), a door full of condiments, etc. My girl controls that fridge for the most part. The other fridge (pictured) is in my bar in the basement. I like that fridge more. I will say that Costco hooked it up on the eggo front, so my freezer is hosting my breakfast this morning.
Captiv8 - I have guests often. That beer won't last long, especially during football season.
Post Mon Sep 14, 2009 5:18 am
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crash



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way too much in my fridge to itemize.
Post Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:13 am
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zagadka
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This is one of those trivial topics that fascinates me...its like looking in someone's window without the whole creepy, hanging out in the bushes, peeping tom thing.

From the farmer's market the other day:
-raspberries
-cucumber
-cherry tomatoes
-green onion
-purple pepper
-some heirloom pepper that is striped. It was pretty, I bought it.
-nectarines
-honey crisp apples
-eggplant

-radishes
-2 types of lettuce
-mixed sprouts
-baby 'bella mushrooms
-artichoke salad
-pepperjack cheese
-cheddar
-sprouted corn tortillas
-bok choy

-Bragg liquid aminos
-"Cock Sauce"
-several kinds of hot sauce
-various condiments
-salsa
-left over pad thai + stir fry
-organic break n' bake cookies
-beer
-pop

-the most delicious eggs from some dude's house
-tons of cilantro for Taco Monday
-lemons
-limes
-Gluten Free bun that I'm saving for a sandwich one day soon...
-Pitcher of filtered tap water
-Peach soy yogurt

I think that's about it.
Post Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:12 am
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doogiehowserofdirt



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re: the implication that a well-stocked fridge is somehow an indicator of maturity, as a single dude that isn't home very often, it wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to stock my fridge with a ton of perishable food. What is the carbon footprint on buying a bunch of veggies, meat etc. at the store and letting it all spoil a week later? just food for thought.....
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:43 am
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Sarcastro



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doogie's fridge is an MTV cribs fridge.
1 packet of baking soda and 12 bottles of Cristal.
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:51 am
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Jesse Custer



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Off the top of my head, so bound to miss some stuff out…

Milk
Ham
Cheese (cheddar, parmesan, mozzarella)
Leftover Palaak Paneer (spinach & cheese thing)
The rice I cooked yesterday
Lettuce
A couple cartons of juice
Lots of condiments/sauces
A couple grapefruits
Some limes
Cream Cheese
Butter
Strawberry Jam
Peanut Butter


I’m a bigger fan of cheese than I realised, it seems. I live very close to my local supermarket so I tend to just buy stuff as I need it.

Stumbleweed – you keep your herbs and stuff in your fridge? Do other people do this? I just keep that kind of stuff in a cupboard.


Edit: "Sonic Boom" Energy drink with Guile from Street Fighter on the can. Awesome~
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:39 am
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Stumbleweed



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Yeah I keep most herbs in the fridge in the crisper drawer. Tomatoes I leave out until they're getting close to going bad then put them inside the fridge to keep them going for a few days. Most vegetables keep longer in the crisper drawer in a produce bag... if I remember, I like to put basil, cilantro, etc. in glasses of water in the fridge covered with a paper towel and a bag... that keeps them really nice.

How long do your herbs last in a cupboard? Maybe the humidity in London is enough to keep them decent, but here in Denver they'd dry up/wilt in a day or two being left out.. especially things like cilantro.
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:54 am
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Coffee Black



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zagadka wrote:

-"Cock Sauce"
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For The WIN! I refused to try this for nearly a year because my girlfriend would say it in such a way where turning the name from gross to hilarious was impossible.
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:58 pm
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mortalthoughts
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Coffee Black wrote:
zagadka wrote:

-"Cock Sauce"
.


For The WIN! I refused to try this for nearly a year because my girlfriend would say it in such a way where turning the name from gross to hilarious was impossible.


do not front 0n the cock sauce!
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:01 pm
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Confidential



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Are yall referring to red rooster? one time I was at Roscoes Chicken and Waffles and this dude at another tables says' Can we get some barnyard pimp suace?" and the Waiter says, "yeah I'll get you some red rooster."
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That stuff is what dreams are made of.
Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:29 pm
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Respect.
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