The kitchen is the engine of the home and family, there's no doubt about that, and the center of the kitchen is surely the refrigerator (as evidenced by the typical magnet-like qualities of the fridge: walk into kitchen, open fridge and stare inside).
A good refrigerator cleaning begins with removing most of the food and scrubbing away at all surfaces. I usually just use a mild dish soap with warm water. If things have become really out of hand I might throw a couple of cups of vinegar into the dish water to add some natural disinfecting power.
Pfennings Organics) and whenever possible I store food in re-purposed glass jars. I'm also a fan of wax paper to wrap up cheese.
As you can see my family are fans of cheese, we always end up with odds and sods which need corralling into some sort of container: I use this wire basket I bought in Provence many years ago:
This is the recipe I use (the basic crepe recipe, this link includes a delicious-sounding mushroom sauce paired with asparagus, there's a good crepe lunch recipe right there).
I've been trying to incorporate pumpkin seeds into our diet as they are so healthy. The raw seeds are quite bland so I roast mine in a skillet:
|Don't get distracted: they burn easily.|
Enjoy the weekend Tooties.