Another “Just because” post…
Let’s take a looksie around the Oliver (Brice & Britt) kitchen.
Here is our pantry #1: sweets on top; oils, vinegar, and other random goodies in the middle; grains on bottom.
More grains on top of the fridge: cereals, chips
Freezer: frozen fruits, veggies, meats, ice cream, frozen cookie dough, ice packs, and our wedding cake (for our 1st anniversary!)…also, our ice cream maker (
I love we love ice cream!!)
Fridge door: butters on top; sauces, syrup, salsa, dressings, etc; then juices and almond milks
Fridge (middle and bottom shelves): dairy/eggs, leftovers, drinks that are too tall for the fridge door
Fridge (top shelf): Brita water, jams, nut butters, pumpkin butter, nut oils, flax meal, wheat germ, pumpkin puree (disguised in cottage cheese container)
Produce drawer: pears, apples, whole carrots, baby carrots, bell peppers, mixed greens
Counter top produce: bananas (who else spends 10 minutes choosing bananas at the perfect ripeness??), cuties, lemons, etc
Pantry #2: dried fruits (currently raisins, dates, apricots, and coconut), nuts (almonds and walnuts), & seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, and chia)
Pantry #3 (rotating shelves): canned beans, coconut milk, soups, veggies, sauces, oils, honeys
…stocked nut butters, salsas, broth…
…flours, oats, sports drink mixes…
…rices, sweeteners, & chocolate chips
Our tea shelves 🙂
Our water bottle rack (I stole this idea from a fellow endurance athlete)
And, of course, our coffee shelf:
What would we do without Trader Joes? I enjoyed the kitchen tour. I also enjoyed seeing you Saturday. I pray you and Brice have a wonderful Christmas filled with as much joy as you can stand!
Thank you, Betty!