I'm sure you can guess a few ingredients in the abstract swirl of green above. Nonetheless, I continue this He Cooks She Cooks feature and ask, what is that and why is it in my fridge?
This game won't be as fun if you're from Argentina or somewhere else where these grow, but I'd never seen them before coming to Buenos Aires. So, what are those and why did I buy them? Continue reading “What is that and why is it in your fridge?”
As part of a continuing series where I talk about strange-looking things that can be found in my fridge/freezer/pantry, I offer this image — one that surely perplexed my roommates when they saw it on my shelf last week.
Eyeballs? Frog eggs? What is this and why was it in my fridge?
It's time for another game of 'What is
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that and why is it in your pantry/fridge/ freezer?' No those aren't bugs or turds. This item is great to have in your pantry. What is it?
I hate wasting things, especially food. I save the smallest amounts of sauces, wrap up tiny nubbins of ginger and freeze leftover shrimp tails. My roommates have to put up with a lot of random things in the communal storage areas, but it’s all for a good cause. To tell you about different uses for what would otherwise go to waste, I give you a new He Cooks, She Cooks feature: What Is That and Why Is It in Your Fridge/Freezer/Pantry?
Sure, this liquid is a little greenish and smells like cheese, but it’s not sour milk. What is it and why is it in my fridge?