You Are What You Eat

My boyfriend just sent me this Good Magazine gallery of people's fridge contents, sorted by occupation, age, and details. We're most similar to the Journalist/Designer/School Teacher household, since always have fresh produce everywhere, protein, leftovers everywhere (because he eats 24/7), and lots of knick-knacks on the top shelf and the door. The rest of the list is pretty entertaining, especially the connection between jobs and fridges -- check out the bartender's fridge!

Danielle LaRosa, Assistant Culinary Producer

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