Living out his theory, "Household chores accomplished at one end of the house lead to more fun at the other end of the house," IT Guy cleaned out the refrigerators while I was at the grocery store yesterday.
Both boxes seem to collect expired bottles of yuck and goo, mere swallows of long forgotten wines, and colorful splatters of mystery marinades. He knew that between now and Thanksgiving I'd need every available inch of cooler and freezer space.
This time of year the shelves become a balancing act that circuses would pay good money to hire!
So looking at the shelving with a critical eye, IT Guy created a space that he calls a casserole hole, a skinny shelf designed to house those food containers that eat refrigerated room.
If a casserole hole isn't what you need, how about a deviled egg hole...
or a pie hole.
My man's a genius, and since he can't make it to all your houses to clean out all your refrigerators, take a good look at your shelving, ladies, and see what kind of refrigeration reconfiguration you can come up with before the Thanksgiving fill-up.