A few months back, we found out all about the gross shit our favorite bands eat on the road. But what about at home? The contents of one's fridge are as telling as the medicine cabinet, and I'm definitely a snooper. So we asked a handful of hungry noise-makers what five items they always have in the icebox. Here's what they had to say.
Goddess dressing (good on everything)
Hot sauce (also good on everything)
Lettuce (for our rabbit, Taco)
Morning Star chik'n patties
I never have that many items in my refrigerator all at once!
multiple egg cartons all with one egg
We live with a lot of people at Open Space in Baltimore so there's always a ton of moldy vegetables on the bottom of the crisper and in the back of the fridge–spinach, lettuce, beats, kale. things like that.
Too many condiments like basically finished mustard, mayo and more exotic things like chanh muoi, mufaletta and kimchi
There's always beer in there but it's usually not mine, right now there's Fat Tire and Natty Boh
Half and half is a must, we drink a lot of coffee
-Styrafoam box of some sort of takeout, i have no idea who's it is or when or where it's from, but it's a sure bet that there will be at least one styrofoam to-go box in the fridge at all times.
Left over Papa Johns Pizza (we all work there)
Takeout that wont ever be eaten again.
C. Spencer Yeh
Pickled crap other than pickles (kimchi, sauerkraut, okra, etc.)
Spicy shit (sriracha, salsa, hot pepper paste, Tabasco for the occasional Cincinnati-style chili)
Eggs (they look cool)
Mustard (usually a smooth and a coarse – fuck ketchup)
Sparkling water (Sodastream jerk raises hand)
Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce
Everything else rotates all the time, I actually cook a lot so most of my mainstays are in the cupboard
Carton of Maverick Menthol 100s
Papa John's garlic butter sauce
Montara Lighthouse Greens, grown by our drummer Antonio (he stewards community farms throughout the bay)
Dumplings (technically in the freezer) but man I've got a dumpling obsession
Greens and produce from the Mission Community Market
Edible Nasturtium flowers grown by Little City Gardens and sometimes nasturtium pesto! (Also made by antonio). You can make pesto from the leaves, its delicious.