What’s in Your Fridge: Elizabeth Stewart, Celebrity Stylist

  • Elizabeth Stewart, celebrity stylist
  • "This is empty compared to how it usually is! I pandered to the photography. It’s normally crazy stuffed with tons of leftovers. A lot of kids and employees come through this house. We eat out of this fridge and we have a lot of meals here, so it’s always full."
  • "My condiment shelf is like a history of my family. My husband is obsessed with Atomic Horseradish. That’s his absolute favorite brand of horseradish. My whole family is obsessed with capers and mustard. I use a lot of butter. Unsalted butter. That is my little tip, everybody. We also always always have cheese."
  • "I'm really trying to recycle and not use plastic bottles. I'm a big wine drinker, so there is always a lot of wine in the fridge. I just switched to rosé because it’s May."
  • This is lunch for the whole team before our big shoot tomorrow. The food is from the famous Bay Cities Italian Deli, and these are the “Godmother” sandwiches. These are Gaviota strawberries that you can only get from one grower in California. They are kind of "foodie famous." There are only certain farmers markets that have them, and today was one of them. You have to get there early if you are going to get them.
  • "Oh my god! I got busted. It’s a tiny bottle of cheap wine! I can’t believe it. I have nothing to say about that… People send champagne a lot --I'm a stylist, and it’s a very common gift. I'm a big wine drinker, so there is always a lot of wine in the fridge. This is my disgusting secret habit: Easy Cheese. I eat it on crackers -- really fancy, high-end crackers."
  • Freezer: "The Ready-Dough for is cinnamon roles. The ice cream comes from a local place which is amazing. The salted caramel flavor is the best. There's the Trader Joes frozen stuff. That is nobody’s secret! The croissantnuts were sent to me by Julia Roberts, who is a client. She's a big homemaker herself."
Lauren Levinger | May 20, 2015

“This is empty compared to how it usually is! I pandered to the photography. It’s normally crazy and stuffed with tons of leftovers. A ton of kids and employees come through this house so it’s always full.

Some of the stuff has been in here for a really long time. Let me put it this way: there’s a bottle of Chateau d’Yquem from 1998, and there’s probably a Grey Poupon from the same year.

These are Gaviota strawberries that you can only get from one grower in California. They are kind of “foodie-famous.” There are only certain farmers markets that have them, and today was one of them. You have to get there early if you are going to get them.

This is lunch for the whole team before our big shoot tomorrow. The food is from the famous Bay Cities Italian Deli, and these are the “Godmother” sandwiches.

People send champagne a lot –I’m a stylist, and it’s a very common gift. I’m a big wine drinker, so there is always a lot of wine in the fridge. I just switched to rosé because it’s May. This spring, I’m planning on making some infused vodkas and gins with cucumber, grapefruit, etc. I like a fancy martini on hand.

Oh my god! I got busted. It’s a tiny bottle of cheap wine! I can’t believe it. I have nothing to say about that…

My condiment shelf is like a history of my family. My husband is obsessed with Atomic Horseradish. That’s his absolute favorite brand of horseradish. My whole family is obsessed with capers and mustard. I use a lot of butter. Unsalted butter. That is my little tip, everybody. We also always always have cheese. Usually really good cheese…my husband Rob has been known to smuggle it in!

This is my disgusting secret habit: Easy Cheese. I eat it on crackers — really fancy, high-end crackers.

My son Ben is like Popeye, although he is 14 and doesn’t get the reference. He eats a bag of spinach of day. And before this shoot I threw out the cookie dough made from garbanzo beans that my daughter Ivy and her friends pretend is ‘healthy’ but has about 200 grams of sugar in it!

I am big into cooking when I have time. It’s hard because I have a pretty tough travel schedule, but I do love to cook and it kind of represents not being on a plane.

In the freezer: the Ready-Dough for is cinnamon roles. The ice cream comes from a local place which is amazing. The salted caramel flavor is the best. The croissantnuts were sent to me by Julia Roberts, who is a client. She’s a big homemaker herself.

The dirty secret is the outdoor fridge. This was hidden away from the cameras. I have three jugs of peanut oil for my deep fryer — I deep fry turkeys and chickens. I don’t do it very often, but I did it for Thanksgiving.”

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Images by Lauren Levinger of The Food Life

  • I think I could live very comfortably in that fridge. Those mini bottles of Barefoot are great to bring into movie theaters.

  • Amelia Diamond

    This made me so hungry

  • Leandra Medine

    I JUST SWITCHED TO ROSE BECAUSE ITS MAY TOO

    • you mean ’cause it’s roseMAY?

      • Aydan

        can we discuss sparkling vs. still rose?!?!?!?! My British friends and I STRONGLY disagree on which is appropriate!

        • Kelsey Moody

          which one is apropos for which occasion?!

        • I think I like the taste of sparkling better! I thought they were both appropriate have I been rose-yay’ing wrong?!

          • Amelia Diamond

            there’s no wrong wáy to rosé

        • Amelia Diamond

          still is mad cazual. bubbles = celebrate because bubbles are oxygen confetti.

          • Aydan

            My rule of thumb is sparkling is always a good idea because when are sparkles NOT a good idea?

          • I think you’re right. The C in CO2 actually stands for confetti.

    • i just switched to rosé too!

      not because it’s may, but because there were only so many amaretto & cokes i could drink. yes, i am an adult and DO NOT enjoy the taste of alcohol, but still want to drink it occasionally.

    • Kelsey Moody
  • Amanda Toop

    I feel like I just learned from a master. 🙂

  • I think this is my soul fridge.

  • Meagan Cortinas

    I wished my fridge looked like this…one day!

  • I’m coming over NOW

  • rhzszm

    Obviously not a cook. Oh, but she’ll let you take her out to an expensive dinner (and forget her wallet). Good thing sites like this can serve as profiles to warn others.

  • Lua Jane

    Maille mustard and capers are my things too. Some lettuce and hard cheese, little bit of lemon juice, and you have a lunch salad.

  • Fantastic post! Really enjoyed reading it!
    Lots of love, xx

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