welcome to the latest edition of “shut the fridge,” my series where we glimpse into the fridge’s of our favorites.
jill grogg is one of most popular yogis in town. throngs of fans flock to her rockin’, always sold-out yoga class. she is “delicious” with her adjustments and we always leave class feeling blissful, empowered and loved on by jill.
Our fridge is a great balance of healthy and indulgent! We both LOVE food and cook A LOT!!
Lets start with my fruits and veggies– We get a CSA (community supported agriculture) box every week from Tanaka Farms. I love this box because everything is very fresh, seasonal and keeps variety in what your eating. This weeks variety; carrots, cucumbers, a huge onion( which I will make caramelized onions from) kale, red leaf lettuce( my favorite!) tomatoes, brussels sprouts, oranges, watermelon and cabbage. I wash and spin all of my lettuce and put in plastic baggies so they are ready to go. Cut my melon and prep anything else so that during the week they are easier to eat up!
I always have an assortment of breads, tortillas and wraps. My favorite these days is the Ezekiel cinnamon raisin!
There is a loaf-pan with foil on it; I pre-made a Quinoa Enchilada Casserole that is a quick delicious dinner that I can throw in this week– always planning ahead!!
A few nut butters and jams.
Cows milk for him, almond for me. I make a batch every week and I’m obsessed! I splash it in my espresso shots in the morning or use it to make overnight oats for a breakfast on the go!
1 C Italian Almonds( I buy from bulk bins @ Whole Foods)
3 C filtered water
5-7 dates, pitted
Soak almonds overnight. Rinse. Place in vitamix with filtered water and dates. blend. put through nut milk bag ( $4 on amazon.com). Amaze.
1/3 C Quick Cooking Oats
Chia or flax seeds
Place ingredients into a tupperware. Make sure your milk covers the oats. place in refer overnight– and wahhla! Breakfast is served!
We love the Turkey Rotisserie Breast from Bristol Farms or sliced turkey from the deli. We try to do some wild caught fish a week. Our favorite is Salmon, we brush with Organicville BBQ Sauce and bake at 375 for 15-20 minutes, so good!
In the drawer we have an array of cheese, salami, and hummus, perfect quick snacks
…..tons of salad dressings, hot sauces, condiments, etc.
Lots of sparkling waters, coconut water, juices for cocktail mixers. We have a garage fridge that holds beer, some wine and any extras that don’t fit in the house!
So thats our fridge!! Thanks so much Katie for the chance to share about one of my favorite things and a good reason to clean and organize my fridge!!