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Tis' the season for getting organized! Over the weekend, The Seasoned Life author gave her busy home fridge a makeover, and posted the results on her Instagram stories. “Cleaned out my fridge on this beautiful Sunday and I’m pretty darn excited about it,” wrote Curry. Her family fridge now boasts plenty of empty space for more condiments, bottles of non-dairy cashew and almond milks (marked with hand-written labels), and chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s line of storage containers filled with fruits and vegetables—washed and ready to eat!
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The new year brings some tasks that no one looks forward to, like Dry January or worse—tidying up an overflowing refrigerator. So when the Food Network star revealed her own fridge woes on Instagram, we definitely heard her. "The first three photos show the calamity that can result from Christmas break, college kids, video shoots, and just all around busy-ness and lack of fridge attention," she began. "Bacon was in with the grapes, old sweet potato soup was languishing, dogs and cats were living together, and I basically dreaded opening my fridge." But after a good scrub and a little organizing, she was left with a clean fridge—and she could skip her next trip to the grocery store. "Aside from some old crusty jars of salsa and pickles, I hardly had to toss anything, which made me happy. I wound up with a bunch of kale, spinach, arugula, a few other veggies I didn't know I had, a million strawberries, and I realized I can mark 'cheese' off my grocery list until the year 2029."
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“There is a method to the madness when it comes to placing everything in your refrigerator,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star revealed as she gave a tour of her meticulously organized fridge. Her method: The top shelf is for drinks (like almond milk, canned sodas and water bottles), the door is for condiments ("because those are the items that normally won’t go bad so easily.") and the bottom shelves are for perishable items like meat. "The juices of the meat start to come out and they drip through the rest of your food; that’s really unsanitary and gross," she says.' Proving her hyper-organized tendencies have no bounds, she even has a special “bacon holder,” a plastic container shaped perfectly to keep her turkey bacon fresh, which goes in the meat drawer as well.
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The actor has seen his life change dramatically since welcoming twins Ella and Alexander on June 6 with wife Amal. “Suddenly, you’re responsible for other people, which is terrifying,” the star recently told the Associated Press. "I really didn’t think at 56 that I would be the parent of twins. Don’t make plans. You always have to just enjoy the ride.” But well before becoming a father, Clooney told PEOPLE about the go-to foods he kept stocked in his fridge: "Burrito makings. I always have tortillas, ground beef, a little lettuce and tomato and salsa and cheese," he said. "You can make an entire meal in seven minutes. Throw it all together, with guacamole. And it makes me happy when I eat it."
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The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer (and avid home chef) loves entertaining friends. "I tend to try out new recipes for dinner parties—but not ones that intimidate me too much!" she told Bon Appetit. "The added pressure of cooking for people makes me choose simple recipes." To keep things simple, the star revealedthe foods she always has on-hand in her fridge: eggs, thinly-sliced ham and chicken ("I like to always have the option to make someone a sandwich."), orange juice, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and Diet Coke ("because it understands me."). The star makes room for some indulgence: "There's always some sort of binge food—like a tube of cinnamon rolls or a giant tub of cookie dough," she told the magazine. "Because I'm that girl."
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It should come as no surprise that the media mogul, who recently launched her own line of health-conscious, heat-and-eat foods, keeps a fridge packed with fresh, clean foods. The Weight Watchers shareholder posted a photo on Instagram of her fridge lined with containers of chopped, prepped vegetables like celery, garlic, onions and bell peppers. "This makes me so happy. My wish for everyone who has to make dinner: to have the ingredients all chopped and ready," she wrote.
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CHRISTINA EL MOUSSA
The Flip or Flop star recently renovated her home and, in the process, created the gourmet kitchen of her dreams. While the HGTV star is thrilled with the results, she admits that her favorite part of the kitchen is the new oversized fridge."I like to meal prep, so we have salads, chili, fruits, pancakes, and, my favorite, peanut butter," she tells Delish. The big fridge allows her to keep plenty of bottled water, jars of overnight oats and pre-chopped vegetables for Cobb salads ready to go. The other favorite fridge in her kitchen? Her wine fridge. "I keep all my favorite Champagnes, red wine. It's nice to unwind at the end of the day with a glass of red wine," she said.
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As someone who prefers a good book at home to a night on the town, the Pitch Perfect actress is sure to keep her refrigerator stocked—largely for her frequent dinner parties with friends. "I’ve been really getting into cooking for my friends, it's one of my favorite things to do, especially because I have a great kitchen at my house," she told PEOPLE while announcing her partnership with SweeTARTS and their Acapellooza Contest and Concert at USC on October 10. "Recently I cooked a cauliflower rice with curry, tofu and vegetables." Her most common fridge staples are fruits, vegetables and almond milk. "I put it in everything like for my smoothies every day," she says of the dairy alternative.
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With two young daughters, an NBA star husband and a flourishing career in food, the star's home kitchen is one of the busiest spots in the house. (It's where she filmed her Food Network series and developed many of the recipes in her cookbook, The Seasoned Life.) So what does Curry keep in her fully-stocked fridge? "I always have mayonnaise and ketchup in the fridge! They are great for adding a little something special to sauces. I can quickly make an aioli or flavor my bbq sauce," she told Cooking Light. "My go to healthy ingredient in the fridge is spinach. I sneak it into everything from smoothies to my special spaghetti sauce." As for her guilty pleasure, Curry reveals it's "hands down heavy cream."
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With the birth of their first son earlier this year, The Late Night host and his wife Alexi don't have much time for cooking in their New York City apartment. Eating out or ordering in are the norm, Meyers admits. "I eat the same lunch every day but try to be pretty adventurous when it comes to dinner. As much as my wife and I make lists and spreadsheets of all the new hot spots we want to try," Meyers recently told Food & Wine. However, the star's fridge is always stocked with one particular range of products. "I have a crazy selection of mustards in my fridge—more than any spouse would think the person she married would ever need," he said. "Some people appreciate Scotch; I try to expand my appreciation of mustard. "
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CINDY CRAWFORD & RANDE GERBER
The celebrity couple keeps a fully stocked fridge—even when theyr'e away from home. Gerber posted a photo on Instagram of the cavernous fridges at his lake house, packed to the gills with eggs, almond milk, beer, fruit, milk and orange juice. "When you have 14 guests staying with you #lakelife," he wrote.
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The supermodel loves food and is not afraid to show it. “Cooking and art is what grounds me,” she told Self. “It’s stripping it all back down to the simple things that makes me happy. I honestly try to make different things all the time.” When she's not cooking, she keeps her fridge full of drinks and nibbles to satisfy her cravings. The star told the magazine that her drink go-tos include soda, orange juice, and lemonade. “Then, I have my favorite snacks like salami, chips, hummus, carrots, and fruit," she says.
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JESSE TYLER FERGUSON
The Modern Family star has channeled his love of cooking into a popular food blog. And one of his favorite flavors to experiement with? Heat. “I like to keep lots of hot sauces and salsas on hand in the fridge” Ferguson recently told PEOPLE while discussing how his partnership with Pepcid allows him to enjoy spicy foods without worrying about heartburn. "I think when people think of eating healthier, they think that means eating kind of plain, but I really love those bold flavors to elevate things that are still good for you. I also have a lot of house made chili always on hand from my New Mexico days."
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