Thursday, August 23, 2007

My Refrigerator 2

I'm not sure why so many of you have not been able to see my refrigerator. I have my suspicions about the nature of the problem but I'm not going to make the mistake of attempting to explain something that I know next to nothing about. Anywho, here's another shot. Please let me know if you still cannot view it. I don't want anyone to go hungry. LO-not quite-L
It's too early for belly laughs. (Is it ever!) I just got home from spending the night chaperoning a bunch of teenagers at marching band camp. Think a night in a bunk house with a bunch of drummers who wanted to stay up and listen to Cream and Allman Bros...)

BTW: I also reloaded the photo in the earlier post.


jo said...

All is well....thanks.
I still couldn't live with a side by side though.
I also was wondering about your compost to be comment.
Do you occasionally toss things that have had oil on them in the heap? I've always been cautious about that, but maybe it really doesn't matter much as long as it isn't meat scraps.

Bob del Grosso said...


The side by side came with the house and is not to my liking either. Neither side is big enough but rather than I replace it I chose to buy another inexpensive model and put in the garage which is a few steps from the kitchen.

Now about compost. I think it's fine to put oil in there. It's loaded with nitrogen and the microbes love it. The trick is not to put so much that it clogs up air space and coats the other material so that it becomes "waterproof."

I throw meat in there too, but then I've got an animal resistant box type composter. Best, bdG

Jennie/Tikka said...

Hmmmm...roasted onion stock - I'm going to have to remember that one! What else do you throw into that, pray-tell??

Bob del Grosso said...

it's very simple: basic chicken stock and roasted vidalia onions.