March 27th, 2008

Ice, Ice, Baby!

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Okay, folks. It’s time to play everyone’s favorite game — “What’s In My Freezer?”

That’s right. What’s in your freezer says a lot about you. And mine is probably as chaotic (yet organized) and eclectic (yet mundane) as my life.

So here we go . . .

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We’ll start at the top. Note the sugar-free Blue Bell popsicles for the kids next to the Bacardi Daquiri mix.

Draw your own conclusion there.

Next, sugar, Kansas City Steaks box and Eggos. Why the heck is my sugar in the freezer?

I’m glad you asked. Someone once told me it keeps it fresh and free from creepy-crawlies. I don’t know about that. All I know is it’s always very cold.

The KC Steaks box contains a mixture of my last two orders: 2 sirloin steaks and some classic steakburgers.

The Eggos speak for themselves.

Then we have chicken nuggets, shrimp, a frozen pizza, burger buns, more chicken nuggets and some Vodka.

Those buns have been in there since 2005. I don’t know why they’re in there cuz I always buy fresh buns on the day I serve steakburgers. So I never break these open. (Note to self: Throw buns away.)

Next, we have coffee and the rest of my Vidalia onion steakburgers. Not many left, but I could make a meal of these and that other KC Steaks box.

What you don’t see are two more Starbucks coffee bags in the bottom door of the freezer.

My husband and I don’t even drink coffee. That’s for the in-laws.

The rest of the freezer includes mini-tacos and some more popsicles shaped like Spider-Man.

Hmmm, you may say. A small freezer for a family of four.

You are correct.

There’s another one in the garage. It’s full of more frozen pizzas and chicken breasts.

We’re a classy bunch.

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Hi! My name is Dena P., and I love steak. In fact, I’ve been on a quest for the perfect steak for a few years now.

I love experimenting with food and I like to get my family, friends and neighbors involved. They add a lot to my cooking experience by helping me perfect techniques and sharing recipes.

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