Express Yourself From Your Refrigerator Shelf

Imperial, California (NAPSI) - From the clothes you wear to a Facebook profile picture, self-expression has many different forms, but have you ever thought about what the inside of your refrigerator says about you?

From meat-loving maniac to vegan vixen, everyone has a personality reflected in the contents of his or her refrigerator, and determining that personality can be both humorous and telling.

Whirlpool knows that every individual and every family is different on the inside and so are their refrigerators—from takeout junkie to home gourmet, meat lover to green goddess. It is also the reason the brand launched its new 4-Door French-Door Refrigerator that is flexible enough to handle every family’s needs and personalities.

To celebrate and recognize the differences that make us unique but unite us at the same time, Whirlpool is also launching a #fridgie social media campaign to prove that no two families or consumers are the same. Joining the #fridgie fun is notable chef Francis Hogan of Bluestem Brasserie, who was guest chef at the Whirlpool-sponsored House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, cooking up his signature Lamb Meatballs with Currants and Pine Nuts.

Lamb Meatballs with Currants and Pine Nuts

Ingredients:

1 lb. ground lamb

4 oz. breadcrumbs

4 oz. milk

2 Tbsp. kosher salt

1 tsp. black pepper

2 oz. honey

3 oz. pine nuts, toasted

2 oz. dried black currants

1 tsp. chopped garlic

Preparation:

Soak breadcrumbs with milk.

Combine the soaked breadcrumbs with the remaining ingredients and mix well. Allow the mixture to rest 30 minutes.

Form into desired shape and grill on all sides until cooked but still a bit pink inside. Serve immediately.

To see other people’s #fridgies, to post yours or learn more, visit the Whirlpool Facebook page: www.facebook.com/whirlpoolusa. For further facts on the spacious new 4-Door French Door Refrigerator, go to www.whirlpool.com/4-door-french-door-refrigerator/.

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