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Old 01-29-2012, 03:35 PM   #31
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Just finished doing my freezer inventory:

Door

2 chicken thighs
3 quarters of orange peppers
Jalapeno hush puppies in gallon baggie
2 seaweed salads
Quart of soup
Chopped broccoli
Shrimp 1 lb
Breakfast sausage links



Top shelf

Catfish strips 1 lb
Pork loin
Porterhouse 1.2 lbs
Hamburger patty
1 brownie


Next to top shelf

Stuffed shells 12.5 oz
Sea scallops .69 pounds
Beef stew meat 1.32 pounds
Baggie with two chicken thighs
Three packs of brownies 2 ea
Lentil Indian dish
Lemonade 12 oz can
Mystery patties (2)
Two hash brown patties
Pound of bacon


2nd shelf from top

Roasted taters garlic and herb
18 fish sticks
1.7 lbs cured sliced ham
Sausage balls for deep-frying 1 lb
Orange bell pepper 5 quarters
12 oz hickory bacon
Buttermilk biscuits
Steam in bag rigatoni veggie
Half-gallon hash browns
2 burger patties
12/oz ham chunks (2)
Pork ribs 1.36 lbs
Pork ribs 2.38 lbs
Smoked turkey lunch meat ham baloney too
1 pound ham slices

Second shelf from bottom

Jalapeno hush puppies (2)
Tuna Steak .875 lb
Calamari Breaded 10 oz
Chicken Thighs 1.95 lb skinless
Chicken Thighs 2.0 lb skinless
Beef stew meat .82 lb
Butterflied shrimp 10 ounces
4 packs of brownies 2 ea
2 quarts of Stock
Pork country style ribs 1.3 lbs
Rib eye 1 lb
Shrimp 1.05 pounds
Pork mini buns w/crab 1lb 4 oz
Pork and green onion dumplings
Roasted Potatoes w/garlic herb sauce steam in bag
Box of Spinach
Package of 4 ears of corn


Bottom Shelf

Sweet potato puffs 1 package
Ground beef chuck 2.25 lbs
Celery sticks (2)
Pork Mini buns w/crab meat
Package of fried chicken pieces
Pork loin country style ribs 1 lb
Quarter of green pepper (3)
Pork ribs 1.34 lbs
8 dinner buns
Ground Turkey 1.3 lbs
Tilapia fillets 2 lbs
Catfish nuggets 2 pound
Fresh salmon fillet .5 lb
Imitation crabmeat 2 lb
Frozen eel pack (4)
1-pound sea scallops (2)
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Old 01-29-2012, 04:42 PM   #32
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Hey Timothy .. can I come shopping in your freezer?????

Our freezer is full of fruits and vegies from the summer as well as 3 turkeys, 2 hams, 4 rib-eye steaks, 4 beef roasts, 20 chicken thighs, 3 lbs of scallops, leftover lasagna, 6 lbs of butter, vanilla ice cream, raspberry sorbet and 4 loaves of bread.
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Old 01-29-2012, 05:20 PM   #33
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Timothy, can you please come and inventory my freezer? Or maybe we could do a freezer swap...though S&H might be a bit much.

I view mine as a treasure hunt. I never know what I might find while spelunking. Sometimes I'm pleasantly surprised. I am a label freak, which helps.
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Old 01-29-2012, 07:42 PM   #34
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Tim,

Your freezer eats better than I do!
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:07 PM   #35
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Hey Timothy .. can I come shopping in your freezer?????

Our freezer is full of fruits and veggies from the summer as well as 3 turkeys, 2 hams, 4 rib-eye steaks, 4 beef roasts, 20 chicken thighs, 3 lbs of scallops, leftover lasagna, 6 lbs of butter, vanilla ice cream, raspberry sorbet and 4 loaves of bread.
Sure! When ya gonna get here? I'll swap you for some house cleaning.

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Timothy, can you please come and inventory my freezer? Or maybe we could do a freezer swap...though S&H might be a bit much.

I view mine as a treasure hunt. I never know what I might find while spelunking. Sometimes I'm pleasantly surprised. I am a label freak, which helps.
Mine has been a treasure hunt too! That's why I finally inventoried it. I had no idea what was in there any more!

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Tim,

Your freezer eats better than I do!
Ha! Yer killin me! I was envious of all the others who did their freezer inventory. I had to do it to keep up with the Joneses!
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Old 02-05-2012, 06:16 PM   #36
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My freezer is finally getting manageable. I only have the top of my fridge. I've managed with only that for ten years now. Previously I had an 8 or 9 cubic foot chest freezer. I meant to buy another one when we moved here, but never got around to it. I've finally told my husband that I AM NOT making any home-made stock, ever again, if we don't buy a separate freezer. Insane. As of the first of the year I had gallons of stock (turkey and chicken), many quarts of tomatoes from the garden. There is pesto, harissa, roasted red peppers. For meat: chicken wings, chicken breasts, pork tenderloin slices. Sausages. Roasted garlic. Ice cubes ... we don't have a cube maker, so that's about 1/4 of the freezer. Right now about 1/4 of the freezer is still tomato sauce and tomato juice. I've used the last of the stock, and told hubby that he's not getting more any time soon. We have plenty of room and plenty of money for a freezer, but somehow the priority doesn't seem to come around.
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Old 02-05-2012, 08:35 PM   #37
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I seriously considered getting an extra freezer, but thought it over and realized that it would be better to learn to live with the freezer space I have.

As it is, I could probably live on what I usually have in there for about a month. I don't need to have more than that on hand.
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:32 AM   #38
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I seriously considered getting an extra freezer, but thought it over and realized that it would be better to learn to live with the freezer space I have.

As it is, I could probably live on what I usually have in there for about a month. I don't need to have more than that on hand.

I agree with you.

I use mine as a 'parking lot' for short term storage of bargains and leftovers. Two or three times a year it is a problem. The limited space makes me keep track of what is in it and prevents me from having any ancient creatures lurking in the frozen depths.
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:54 AM   #39
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since we have a lot of canadians aboot, i wonder if anyone else has hockey pucks in their freezer?

dw took out perfectly good quart of pea soup with ham from her freezer, but the pucks remained, lol.
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:57 AM   #40
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since we have a lot of canadians aboot, i wonder if anyone else has hockey pucks in their freezer?

dw took out perfectly good quart of pea soup with ham from her freezer, but the pucks remained, lol.
You bring up an interesting point.

What non-food items do you keep in the freezer?

When we were growing up my parents kept a box of important papers and some spare cash in ours.
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