Back to the refrigerator, however:
Glass on the left, plastic on the right, lone representative from the produce category in the middle. That's an old grapefruit, which somehow got overlooked in the deluge of holiday sweets. Too late now...
Glass, from top to bottom:
- potroast drippings
- enchilala duff, circa 2008
- potroast fat and some cooked carrots
- tortellini in spaghetti sauce, which I prepared as an extra special treat for my dairy deprived children while Theo was away and which they unanimously disliked....
Plastic, bottom to top (I'm tricky that way):
- ranch dip from the New Year's party
- tostada sauce a neighbor brought to above-mentioned festivities
- leftover guacamole (I left it covered, as it is too disgusting to view otherwise)(not that that has stopped me before)
- egg salad (also from party) (what? you don't serve egg salad at parties?)
See the flowers? Nice touch, eh? They aren't ready to be thrown out, which puzzles me. I think Larry bought them 2 weeks ago. What's up with that? Do carnations ever die?
Find out next week in "As The Food Turns"....