These were taken a few days ago. It is a bit emptier now, and you should know that the top shelf of the freezer already has Kosher for Passover chicken I already bought in Rami Levi.
Shabbat will have a strange menu, since we'll be eating things from the freezer. A lot of the food can be "sold" for Pesach, a Halachik (Jewish Law) process so that everything doesn't have to be tossed. If we were wealthier, we'd donate more leftover chametz or non-KP kitniyot to charities. Our financial situation isn't as good as it was when we were both working full-time. There are so many things I haven't bought for months, but we still haven't finished them, like rice and dried peas.
We also have too much bread, challah and rolls in the freezer. At least my husband can eat sandwiches everyday. And yesterday I ate out with a friend and took home the delicious rolls they served. He got one of them today sliced into sandwiches.
I also have a giant package of the freezable "popsicles in a bag," the Israeli ones without food coloring. I had bought them last summer for the grandkids who hardly visited. I'll have to give them to neighbors.
That's it for now. Back to work