An Exclusive Look Inside the Fridge of The Home Edit's Clea Shearer

SK: What about your freezer?

CS: I always have bags of Birds Eye frozen vegetables on hand. It’s so convenient because they can be used as a side dish or as an ingredient in a variety of recipes. It really all comes down to easy meal prep for me, not going to lie. Healthy Choice has really good frozen meals — we love Healthy Choice Power Bowls and Wraps.

SK: What’s the strangest ingredient we would find in your cabinets or pantry?

CS: Seaweed seasoning.

SK: What does a typical breakfast look like for you? 

CS: Berry smoothie.

SK: What was your most memorable meal?

CS: Dinner in Bruges, Brussels at a Michelin star chef’s home.

SK: Do you have any controversial food opinions (for example avocados are trash, cilantro tastes like soap)?

CS: Bananas should be green! Can’t stand ripe bananas!

SK: What’s the one ingredient you hate to work with or encounter in someone else’s dish?

CS: Mayonnaise.

SK: What is your one favorite appliance in the kitchen?

CS: Vitamix blender.

SK: What’s your go-to meal when you only have twenty minutes to cook?

CS: Cauliflower fried rice.

SK: What’s the strangest thing you have ever eaten?

CS: Sweetbread and it’s definitely NOT sweet bread.

SK: Would you eat it again?

CS: Nope!

SK: What are some of the toughest items to keep organized in the fridge and how do you suggest storing them?

CS: Condiments tend to be tough items to store because they tend to be a bit bulky. If you have a small fridge that lacks door storage, we suggest storing the bottles in divided turntables or within a bin on the shelves.

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