I bought this baby at an auction in Iceland. The one thing it always holds is a bottle of
champagne waiting for a special occasion. The oldest living thing in here is natto-and
it' three years old.
LIAISONS FOR FUJIMAMAS
This fridge was already here when I rented the apartment. The one thing it always contains
is wine. The oldest occupant? A piece of chorizo. It's been there for soooo long that I'm
very fond of it - I just can't throw it away!
I didn't buy this fridge - we found it! It never goes anywhere without packing my gun. A
really old open packet of mixed vegetables for soba is the oldest occupant. I'm curious
but they don't seem to be changing color at all. I guess they will eventually!
Fridge Dares Photos by Beezer
Ice is nice when the heat can't be beat. This week our roving reporter steps from
sweltering heat into the heart of your ice box to find out whether you bought your green
machine new, what's the one thing it's never without, what's the longest you've dared keep
something captive - and exactly what shade of green is it anyway?!
This fridge was here when I moved in. What is it never without? Dead cockroaches. The
oldest thing is some mushroom dressing that the former tenants left behind a couple years
ago. I think it's still ok.
I won this fridge by collecting San Pellegrino bottle tops. My new Ferrari can always be
found in my fridge. The oldest thing is a bottle of wine left by a customer a few years
ago which is now an excellent vinegar.