January 14, 2019

Tonight was a good night. We had been hoping for eggs, and we found four dozen (and broke three of them) and four large tubs of yogurt (though unfortunately, none of it was plain) between us, as well as a number of other nice things, many of which there were exactly two of. Here’s what I took home:

  • 22 eggs
  • Chicken wings
  • Tempura shrimp sushi rolls (I ate them in the car)
  • A chocolate chip muffin (I ate this while we were packing up)
  • Half a bag of chocolate chips
  • 32 oz honey Greek yogurt
  • 32 oz vanilla yogurt
  • Small vanilla yogurt with pretzels
  • 2 boxes of maple pecan cereal
  • 4 sticks of butter
  • Half a tub of vegan margarine
  • Prosciutto, capocollo, and calabrese salame
  • 2 pieces aged gouda (there were maybe eight in the bag but I still have some cheese from a month ago)
  • Mushroom brie
  • Herb feta
  • Soy creamer
  • Frozen edamame
  • Broccoli
  • Bagged salad
  • Dried mango
  • Dried cranberries
  • Frozen strawberries
  • Frozen blueberries
  • 5 boxes of frozen microwave macaroni and cheese
  • 4 lb bag of unbleached flour
  • Frozen cod pieces (not to be confused with codpieces)
  • 3 bags frozen cooked rice
  • Frozen chimichurri rice
  • Pumpkin soup
  • Olives
  • Walnut halves and pieces
  • A mini bag of almonds
  • 6 plain bagels
  • Half a box of blueberries
  • An avocado
  • A grapefruit
  • A pomegranate
  • A partially used tube of hand cream
  • A large bouquet of flowers

We also found two bags of unsalted roasted sunflower seeds. Neither of us wanted them (I wound up throwing out the rest of that sunflower seed risotto, it was a super dense rich food in a way that I couldn’t handle and had to lie down for quite a while after eating) so we put them out on the window sill for someone to take.

At our second location, somebody else had gotten there first, and it was cold, so we didn’t spend much time looking. This was fine because we’d found more than enough at the first stop. One bag was full of shellfish, including several sealed containers of cooked oysters, which I left alone because I’m not a good judge of whether oysters are okay to eat, and I prefer them raw anyway. Ms. Rubin’s vase was gone. We did find some cereal and nice flowers.

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