First of all, it's very clean because Bill went through it yesterday, throwing out all the leftovers we weren't going to use and wiping it all down. I love it when men clean - it's very sexy!
Here's what's left:
apples and oranges - it doesn't matter to anyone else, but for Em - if it is not taken out of the plastic bag and placed in a bowl or my fruit container, it doesn't get eaten. I'm not sure if it's laziness or some kind of value placement, but she won't eat it.
eggs - we go through a lot of eggs! My favourite breakfast at the moment is a toasted egg sandwhich. Here's the recipe:
one or two eggs, basted medium
one slice medium or sharp cheddar cheese
mayo and salt & pepper to taste
Butter toast lightly and add a little mayo, then add the cheese. When you put the egg on top, it should melt the cheese. Add salt and pepper and slice into four sections. It's excellent with cold skim milk.
antipasto - I like anything that can be eaten with crackers.
reubarb & strawberrry pie filling - I wanted to make popovers on Christmas Eve but time got away from me. I'll have to do that tonight or else it'll be a waste.
4 litres skim milk - our family goes through at least three litres of milk every day. It seems like I stop for milk (and Pepsi) more than anything else.
Beef Hotdogs - a staple in the fridge when I'm working a lot. Anyone can eat a hotdog on the run, or put it in mac & cheese (Jamie's favourite) or have sauerkraut on it (Bill's favourite, as well as chilli dogs)
There is Romaine lettuce and potatoes in the drawers below. Average dollar amount for a week's worth of meat, fruits, veggies and pantry goods - $200.00
I'm looking forward to seeing a drop in grocery prices next!
p.s. Why can't I keep the spaces between my paragraphs? I have tried editing this three times, and it keeps crowding everything.