Wednesday, August 20, 2008

What's in the Fridge: Chimpotle's Revealed

Posted By on Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 3:16 PM

BY OWEN MORRIS

Last week, after Charles and I shared pictures of our refrigerators on this blog, I put out a call for readers to do the same. Today we post the first of those entries which comes to us from Joe Hoffmann, better known as the blogger Chimpotle. On his blog he often writes about his newborn child and his love of food.

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In The Main Part of The Fridge: "The ziploc bag next to the gallon of milk is pepperoni .... it is the last remaining bits of a three-pound bag my wife and mother-in-law decided to buy because they didn't want just cheese on their pizza. The breast milk is kept next to the hot teriyaki for easy mixing. The cheese sticks up top are another homage to eating like a seven-year-old. The random collection of beers is the product of the crap friends bring to your house and leave because they no longer want to drink it."

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In The Freezer: "The bottom left corner is where bananas go to die. A box of corn dogs is required at all times. The Uncrustables and frozen burritos (and corn dogs) give the impression a grade schooler lives in our house, but the only person under the age of 28 is my three-month-old daughter."

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In The Side Door: "The sad thing is that we have a wider array of condiments than actual food in our fridge. The Dr. Pepper barbecue sauce is a complete impulse buy and is only consumed with corn dogs. It surprisingly actually tastes like Dr. Pepper, which is both amazing and awful at the same time. I can and will eat Sandwich Pal Jalapeno Mustard on anything involving bread. Sriracha is a recent purchase and is like flaming heaven on earth."

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