25 August 2009

My Bologna has a First Name

It's p-e-w-w-w-w-w.

I'm facing a tiny conundrum (and by tiny, I mean really, truly miniscule).

I bought some Oscar Meyer Cajun Seasoned chicken lunch meat.  It tastes yummy.  It smells like a small animal crawled into my fridge and died a horrible death.  Putting it in tupperware has helped to contain the stench  somewhat.  But each time I open it, it overwhelms.

What to do?  Throw it out?  Tough it out?

I'm pretty frugal, so I'm leaning towards toughing it out, but I just wanted to give everyone a fair warning for your own lunches.

5 comments:

Gmc2007truck said...

Have you tried an Arm & Hammer baking soda box in the fridge?

Karen said...

The baking soda tip is a good one. But I actually already have one in the fridge. This stench is way beyond baking soda. :(

Gmc2007truck said...

Well you have almost exausted my idea bank but I do have one more…Febreeze! That stuff gets the smells out of any thing! Well maybe not good for fridge use but that is all I have.

Karen said...

I haven't tried Febreeze. That might work. I might also try one of those lava rock odor absorbers, but only after I've gotten the package out of my fridge. I've been eating Cajun Chicken quesadillas everyday for lunch to get rid of it.

The Reign of Ellen said...

Maybe you are pregnant...