I'd like to discuss a fundamental food issue for all fridge owners: What to put where.
Are there any philosophical treatises on refrigerator organization? My wife and I are finally ready to remove the shrink wrap, toss the Styrofoam dividers, and add real groceries to our new Whirlpool French-door fridge. But before we begin, I need to know what goes where. Yes, some items have obvious homes: frozen foods in the freezer, produce in the crisper. Duh. But what about leftovers? Right-side door, left-side door, center shelf, or somewhere else? Do I get one side and she gets another side, or do we place all Mexican ingredients, say, on the left side?
You know what happens if you fail to implement a system: Food chaos. Oldest stuff moves to the back as newer items get crammed in. Boxes balance precariously on top of one another. Spills happen. And you end up ordering in just to avoid the search for those veggies you bought last week.
So, dear Epi-Log reader, what's yourRead More »from Five tips to organize your refrigerator