I’m afraid the contents of my fridge isn’t terribly inspiring! I imagine that this sort of thing is quite revealing about the owner, though.
We don’t tend to have too much waste, fortunately, although I do sometimes have to stop myself doing a full-on supermarket delivery some weeks, and just pop to the shop for a top up instead.
The salad drawers are always full. Hubby doesn’t think a meal is complete unless it has at least three different types of vegetable (not including potatoes)! So when my fridge is fully stocked (as it is now; Tesco delivered on Tuesday) you can usually find:
I tend to mostly portion and freeze meat, then defrost it as we need it, but I’ve been a bit busy since our delivery, so I just shoved it in the fridge. This means at the moment you can find bacon, gluten free sausages and chipolatas (both were on offer!) and chicken breasts. Hubby and I tend to cook almost all of our meals from scratch. We didn’t even own a microwave until Little M was born, and now we mostly use it for sterilising and occasionally for heating up leftovers if it’s something I can have for lunch the next day.
We also have lactose free milk (something I tried when I was trying to work out my IBS issues – it turned out to be gluten that was the problem, but for some reason we’ve stuck with the Lactofree), a big block of cheddar cheese and some ham for sandwiches.
In addition to this, we have a small bottle of fizz and some chocolates that our wedding photographer gave use when she delivered our wedding album in January. I was pregnant at the time and didn’t want to drink, so we saved them for a time we could sit down and look at our wedding album together and enjoy them – that time still hasn’t come yet!
Generally our fridge is pretty standard in terms of its contents I think – the only thing that might be considered slightly unusual is the row of little bottles of expressed breast milk on the top shelf at the back!