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Topic: Things to keep in a mini fridge??  (Read 701 times)
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« on: September 27, 2009 03:41:46 PM »

My fiance has a mini fridge that is typically empty...so I ask him what he wanted for Christmas and his birthday and he said stuff for my fridge. So now what the heck do I get him for his fridge??

He lives with his parents still and every time he would put something in the fridge one of his siblings would eat it and then point the finger at someone else, so he got a mini fridge to keep his stuff in but he never has stuff...

I was think I could make some sweets (like fudge or something)

~Lunch Meat
~Hot dogs
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« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2009 06:43:31 PM »

That would partly depend on what he likes to eat, and what he should or shouldn't be eating if relevant, and what kinds of times he's wanting to have food for... snacks?... dinners?... lunches? ...or even breakfasts?

For a typical guy, I'd guess things like:
...lunchmeats (along with small mayo/mustard/ketchup)
...bread, bagels
...margarine/butter, jam (peanut butter and sugar somewhere close by)
...milk (also pkgs of Carnation Instant Breakfast)
...fruit juices
...perhaps a container of premade "cold brewed" coffee** (which can be drunk hot or cold), or sun tea, or herb teas
...pizza leftovers
...few frozen pizza or toaster snacks?
...pickles, olives (a selection from an olive bar would be good)


Those are just a few off the top of my head... maybe google something like dorm food frig or something:

Nearby: cans of chili, canned ravioli, crackers, and all kinds of junk foods he can't resist but should.

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« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2009 08:16:46 PM »

Wow those are some great ideas!! Thanks!  Grin He will eat pretty much anything (lol)
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2009 07:33:16 AM »

~16 or 20 oz bottles of spring water & single packs of Crystal Lite, Hawaiian Punch. ~ baby carrots in snack size zipper bags. 
~ small 2 or 3 oz containers of dip or peanut butter.
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