The pantry, the freezer and the refrigerator.
With the "Economy Earthquake," I've decided to be frugal and eat what we already have (especially after that last run to Sam's where I had to get another printer cartridge...).
I've had Filo dough in the refrigerator way longer than I would like to admit. It was long past its "sell-by" date. I also had a really funky Orange Marmalade in there that no one really cared for. I also had a wheel of Brie, so I made a baked Brie this afternoon. The wheel of Brie had been partially consumed and I've never made Baked Brie without having the whole wheel, so I just cut what I had in half and used the very dry Filo pastry. The Filo took a little microwaving -- about 10 seconds with a wet towel to get it soft enough to form around the cheese. I used just a little melted butter to hold the Filo together, put a layer in the bottom of a Corningware dish, put in the half wheel of Brie, topped it with the Orange Marmalade and topped it with more Filo. I cover it up since the Filo was so dry and after the requisite 30 minutes at 350 degrees, I had a nice little snack. It was much tastier than it deserved to be.
I have many other mystery containers in the freezer. Maybe we will have "Mystery Dinner 3000" tonight. I wonder if that is Barbeque, Soup or Chili? We shall see...