oh, yuck… green meatloaf
Pluggers don’t leave leftovers.
When there are leftovers (Because I make to much !) Put a piece of masking tape on item with item name and date . Boy that is so hard to do ;-)
That’s the soylent green loaf.
I will be eating “leftovers” tonight because I buy family size frozen entrees. Living alone (with three cats) I save money whatever way I can. Getting three meals for 6 bucks beats the heck out of spend 3 or 4 bucks per single serving.
G. Carlin : "Perhaps the worst thing that can happen is to reach into the refrigerator and come out with something that you cannot identify at all. You literally do not know what it is. Could be meat, could be cake. Usually, at a time like that, I’ll bluff. “Honey, is this good?” “Well, what is it?” “I don’t know. I’ve never seen anything like it. It looks like…meatcake!” “Well, smell it.” (snort, sniff) “It has absolutely no smell whatsoever!” “It’s good! Put it back! Somebody is saving it. It’ll turn up in something.” Thats what frightens me. That someone will consider it a challenge and use it just because it’s in there…"
Or when they were leftover and put in the refrig. No “Best Used By” or “Expiration Date” for a guide.
This.. is why pluggers need a good woman in their life.
There is nothing in my fridge that should be green.
Only on Saint Patricks Day ! Is It Moving Any ? If not it’s Your Call. :-} Be Brave ! :-)
The only thing that looks like that in my fridge is guacamole.
Occasionally I find something in the back of the fridge that’s clawed its way up the food chain, grown fur, & evolved into a mammal.
If I dated everything in my fridge, fixing lunch would scare me.
Wife leaves surprise packages, sometimes with the old labels still on them. I Think that I had a container of gravy for dinner one evening.
I use Post-it adhesive roll pieces to put on the containers and put the date on them so I would know when it was made and how long it was in the fridge. This way we can know whether or not the leftover is edible.
It’s not red meat that’s bad for you… Green, fuzzy meat is bad for you…
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
May 20, 2021