Sunday, July 29, 2007


This week, Amy W, over at A Family Story. is hosting FUN MONDAY this week. Her mission, since I chose to accept it, is as follows:


"We saw everyone's kitchen one week (just can't remember which week). Now I want to see INSIDE your refrigerator. And DO.NOT.CLEAN.IT.OUT. We want to see it in all its glory. However empty or full. And if you don't have a refrigerator? Show me your cooler, or whatever container you use to keep things nice and cool."



Okay, here's my fridge in all her glory:
(The outside complete with magnets, pics and various papers.)



(It's what's INSIDE that counts!)




And last, but certainly not least, is our chest freezer. An anniversary gift from my parents, it's such a joy to have. I wouldn't trade it for ANYTHING!









Well, there's my contribution to this week's FUN MONDAY. Hope you all enjoyed!

19 comments:

mjd said...

Are those homemade canned pickles in your fridge door? That is nice that your parents gave you a freezer.

Melanie said...

Oh I'm so jealous of your chest freezer. I want one of those! My freezer is always filling up so quickly!

nikki said...

I'm thinking of pad-locking my freezer. My kids (and husband) eat the sucker dry. I dread the grocery bill!

swamp witch said...

I wish I had a freezer like that.
I have to tell you, I can't read the red text on black. My computer screen just doesn't have enough contrast plus it is sitting in the corner between two windows, so the light fades out the words. So, I enjoy your pictures.

Julie said...

I bet the freezer is super handy.

Debs said...

It has been a long time since I had homemade pickles. Great post. :)

ChrisB said...

I have a chest freezer but the trouble is it's packed so full I keep forgetting what's at the bottom.

Do I see bottles of beer in the salad tray!!

debi said...

Isn't it funny that we all enjoy this so much? As I am looking at the things in your door I am saying "Yep, Yep" Like I would love to be munching some of your goods right now.

susan said...

We keep thinking about getting a chest freezer...but the way the power goes out around here it probably isn't such a great idea. What a great gift though.

Christine said...

I would so love a chest freezer.

You'd find some of the same items in my fridge, not this time, but we love Velveeta, strawberries, saurkraut, and Spicy Brown mustard.

Have a happy Monday!

Beccy said...

I would love a chest freezer but have no room for one!

Sayre said...

So, is the saurkraut for Reubens or Pork Loin???? And what time is dinner?

Tiggerlane said...

I want a big freezer like yours - except I have this fear that I'll fall in and the lid will close...plus, I don't have enough stuff to fill it up....

Happy Fun Monday!

theotherbear said...

tiggerlane how on earth would you accidentally fall in a CHEST FREEZER? Ha!

Pamela said...

I clicked to enlarge the inside of the freezer (nosy me)... and it was blurry. Well, I saw the orange juice.

my aunt had a chest freezer like in Watsonville California when the BIG earthquake hit. The freezer lid kept opening up and belching out items. She had orange juice rolling down the end of the hallway

Joy T. said...

I have a little freezer and it's the greatest thing in the world. Not too big not too small and we have a family of five. Which means nothing stays in it too long! Great stocked fridge.

Beckie said...

Great Fun Monday! I have a freezer, an upright model, that is so packed with ice. It needs to be defrosted and I am not sure how exactly would be the best way to do it.

Karina said...

HEY! You've got tons of condiments too! I'm not alone in my obsession! ;-) Happy Fun Monday a day late!

Kaytabug said...

sauerkraut? yummy! I havent made anything with that in a long time thanks for the idea!