Sunday, March 30, 2008

Jenn's Fridge from Chicago!!

Jenn's fridge is officially the first fridge from Chicago on this blog.
She also got some mad Alice in Wonderland floor tile in her kitchen. 
Dig it!

Karah's Fridge from NYC!

Karah makes art, takes cool pics and loves Michael Jackson.
She also seems likes she likes mad Indian food. mad good!

Monday, March 24, 2008

Gazala's Fridge

Gazala an old friend that lives with a couple of people in 
Ann Arbor. U can't really tell from the fridge but she bumps 
mad 2 Pac and digs dudes with mustaches.   

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Indian Fridge!!!

So this is my Aunt's fridge. Indian fridges don't really have a lot in um. 
I guss we just don't like to refrigerate a lot of food. All the food is made 
from scratch and there is never any leftovers. 
We also drink a lot of milk, but that also hardly gets refrigerated. 
We use it all up when we buy it. 
Here is what Indian milk looks like.


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Julia's Fridge

The main fridge is kind of boring: milk, water, produce, english muffins, individual soy milk, grapefruit, salsa, hummus, and on and on. But, I had a bit of a revelation taking the pic of the inside of the fridge door. It made me realize I have seven different mustards: sweet & spicy, dijon, jalapeno, honey, brown, etc.
They're all in one section of the door. I had no idea I was so into mustard, but apparently I am, because I like them all. There are also two horseradish containers in that section. I also never realized that my mustard and horseradish are fridge friends, but somehow it makes sense. This got me to thinking how a refrigerator is a lot like a high school cafeteria with so many cliques that hang out together. Of course, there's the typical vegetables, fruit and beverage cliques, but then there's little duos like salsa and hummus who hang out together in the fridge. And now, as I've realized, mustard and horseradish. I consider these the alternative kids, those good at writing or drawing, who give life flavor. ;)

Julia Elliott

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Get out of Martha's Fridge.

i said no! down boy... you too sofi.

Down boy! I said NO.
You too, Sofi.