Foto Fridays - Inside the Fridge

Friday, February 24, 2012
I have to admit that my Foto Fridays challenge has not been on my mind all week so I had to whip this post up early this morning.  What does waiting until the last minute mean?  A relatively empty fridge and a lack of subject matter.  This wasn't exactly how I originally envisioned this photo set turning out but overall its not a complete fail.

First up - kitty cat medicine.  One set of pre-filled syringes.  Only a couple more days and they'll be finished.  Thank goodness.  Its horrible giving an animal medication but the worst part is the evil eyed stares they give you afterwards.  Ugh.


When I saw this jar of sauce I became confused because I don't remember when I bought it.  I think it may have been at Christmas but I have no way of saying for sure.  Its still good (probably because of all the sugar it contains) and tastes yummy.  Now, I just need something to put it on.


Continuing with the Asian theme - I give you China Lily soy sauce.  THE best soy sauce in the whole world.  Extremely salty but oh so delicious.  Its a little hard to find so when I see it, I generally buy a couple of bottles. 


I've been loving English Muffins lately, especially the sourdough ones - in a fried egg sandwich, smothered with cheese and tomatoes, or toasted with PB&J.  Mmm, mmm, mmm.  Do the English just call them muffins?

Finally, my lunch for today - a simple salad (romaine, bell peppers, green onions and radishes) with roasted red pepper and parmesan dressing followed by farfale with a simple tomato/meat sauce with sauteed peppers. Yummalicious.

Next week's theme: Doorways

4 comments:

Barbara Bruederlin said...

You have a very clean fridge! Or perhaps mine is just very overdue for a cleaning...

Adrian Lee said...

Yes - we just call them muffins, but i've never been too keen on them. I prefer crumpets or teacakes - toasted with butter.

Karen said...

Going with the Asian theme ... I just tried Thai Kitchen's red curry paste for the first time. Holymoley! I used it in my coconut shrimp dish and it was pretty tasty.

I'm a bit of a voyeur when it comes to what people keep in their fridges and pantries. :)

built in fridge said...

Your fridge looks so clean! Love your post!

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