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Old 05-15-2015, 09:02 PM   #91
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Here you go Taxi. It's a very convenient two drawer system. Gosh it was great to organize.


Top drawer basket..


Bottom drawer basket..

I love the bottom freezer. I also have 2 draws but they are closed not wire baskets.
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Old 05-15-2015, 09:03 PM   #92
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Yep, I use that delicious Maggi all the time after you mentioned it. I have so darn many condiments even after throwing out lots of stuff. That clear plastic shoe box on the top shelf is loaded with condiments too.
I have the regular/original flavor and garlic flavor. Glad you like it.
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Old 05-15-2015, 11:31 PM   #93
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Here you go Taxi. It's a very convenient two drawer system. Gosh it was great to organize.
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That does look easy to organize. You might even find the stuff you are looking for.
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Old 05-15-2015, 11:37 PM   #94
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Kayelle, I see you have one velly important consumable on the top shelf, left side.

Have fun stocking and restocking your fridge. Many happy meals ahead!

And Souschef's leg doesn't look hairy at all.
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Kayelle, I see you have one velly important consumable on the top shelf, left side.

Have fun stocking and restocking your fridge. Many happy meals ahead!

And Souschef's leg doesn't look hairy at all.
That's what I was thinking too.
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:08 AM   #96
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Congrats on your new fridge, guys. I have found I spend a lot of time digging around in those deep freezer bins looking for something that's near the bottom.
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Old 05-16-2015, 12:31 PM   #97
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That does look easy to organize. You might even find the stuff you are looking for.
Yep, and I'm determined to keep it organized, with designated separate spaces for vegetables, raw meats, cooked foods, nuts&cheese, and one bin for everything else, like the bottom left bin. We keep most of our meat in another 6cu.ft. freezer.

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Kayelle, I see you have one velly important consumable on the top shelf, left side.

Have fun stocking and restocking your fridge. Many happy meals ahead!

And Souschef's leg doesn't look hairy at all.
There's always a box of Vella California Chardonnay in it's designated spot. His leg isn't as hairy as the rest of him. He does have a mostly hairless head though.
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See SousChef's cute hairy leg under the door??

You need to tell him you are almost out of ketchup.
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...His leg isn't as hairy as the rest of him. He does have a mostly hairless head though.
When we were newlyweds, Himself had a full head of hair and a mustache. Over the years, his head hair has thinned, but he has grown a full beard. He calls it "crop rotation".
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When we were newlyweds, Himself had a full head of hair and a mustache. Over the years, his head hair has thinned, but he has grown a full beard. He calls it "crop rotation".
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