Archive for October, 2007

Mandarin Oranges

24 Oct

mandarin oranges
Canned mandarin oranges sat in their own sauce for a bit too long. Apparently they landed at the back of Dan’s fridge, where all good foods go to die. The mold here is like carpet, a thick layer on top of the otherwise normal looking oranges.

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Coffee Goodness

19 Oct

Coffee Cup

Travel Mug

Adam passed along these two amazing coffee related mold incidents. The first is from his coffee cup, the second from a travel mug. I hate to think that he probably washed and continued using both…

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Garlic Pasta

12 Oct


A garlic pasta concoction I occasionally make found itself in the fridge for a bit too long… Dead center is a clump of nasty green mold curdle. This steals the show away from all the black spots distributed throughout this enjoyable pasta dish.

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Brown Orange

10 Oct

Anderson's Bag


Jenny showed up at my house with an Anderson’s Bakery bag with an exciting surprise inside. Fortunate for readers, this was not a sweet treat but rather this brown orange with a frightening black spot of mold looking like a cigarette burn on top. Thankfully this remained in it’s zip-lock bag…
anderson’s bakery, bag, black, brown, fruit, mold, orange

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Coated Strawberry

05 Oct

The first repeat fruit, the strawberry, rears it’s furry head once again, this time from my fridge. Most surprising in this case is the single molded berry looking like it’s frosted with a white creamy substance. In the background you can enjoy all the rest of the mold free aged strawberries…

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