redneck walkin cooler…

Just thought you might like to see another advantage to lots of snow…I do not need an extra fridge!!! Have a good night everyone…I am sure I am not the only won with a party going on…my post tomorrow might be a little late due to a wine induced coma…I am not “ahead” on Needful things anymore…where does the time go anyway!!!


45 responses to “redneck walkin cooler…”

  1. suejean1 Avatar

    I grew up in Michigan and the garage was our extra fridge in the winter. During the holidays when our fridge and freezer are overflowing I miss that down here in Georgia. Have fun at the party. We have a get together at the neighbors tonight. So nice when you don’t have to worry about driving. I will be drinking wine with you.

  2. Glynis Avatar

    Lisa, be very careful that the crows or squirrels or other wildlife don’t get into your food. Sometimes I put extra goodies under the barbecue lid (make sure it’s not turned on) to keep them safe until company arrives.
    Merry Christmas

  3. Pattywacks Avatar

    Don’t you have critters? They might be start munching on the goodies😳

  4. Cheryl Rudnytsky Avatar
    Cheryl Rudnytsky

    That is so darn funny! I live in Florida, so it’s a real kick to see that. Also the subject line, redneck walk-in cooler…lol!

  5. Dortha Avatar

    Sounds like some wonderful scissors.

  6. Brenda Sanders Avatar

    One time several years ago we were without electric power for over 3 weeks due to a horrible ice storm here in the mountains of NW Arkansas. There was nearly an inch of ice on trees and ground, and without power, we had no water (we have a well). I washed dishes with ice that I broke off of low hanging branches and heated on our wood stove. You just do what you gotta do!

  7. Nancy D Avatar
    Nancy D

    That brings back memories! I lived in Alaska for over 26 years and had used my porch for extra freezer space. But it was enclosed. If it had not been the moose and bears would have for sure enjoyed my Christmas treats! Not to mention what the mischievous ravens would have done! Have fun!

  8. Phyllis Limiero Avatar
    Phyllis Limiero

    We use our garage as our second fridge. Works really well.

  9. timberlandsjs Avatar

    I sure wish we had some snow down here in GA!! We’d love to have a white Christmas!

  10. Sandy Avatar

    Have a Jolly Good Time. I can use my screened in back porch for my Walkin Cooler, I live in Michigan. I think with your “Boy’s” you don’t need to worry about critters!

  11. Lori Avatar

    Love this post Lisa! I lived in Utah many years and loved the fact that you could refrigerate outside naturally….one advantage to cold FREEZING weather 😉

  12. iamaquilter2 Avatar

    Great post, makes me laugh. We use our garage to store cold pop and other things in the winter too.

  13. Marla Avatar

    I use my porch or the top of the barbecue. It works great especially during Christmas with the extra food.

  14. Mary Avatar

    Oh, Lisa, I loved this post. I live in Cold country too and often use my deck as a walk-out cooler. The only problem I have is I have frozen a few things solid not realizing just how cold it actually was. Enjoy your party. Ours is Sunday night. So love to share our home and the bountiful goodness of this season.

    1. Joanne Goudey Avatar

      We do the same thing in Maine. It’s also great when it’s cold and dry outside to cool down fudge!

  15. Barbara Avatar

    I really miss my RN Cooler. We moved to Texas in October. Temps have been near 80* most of the time. Had to go buy another fridge to store drinks and hide Christmas cookies. Merry Christmas (I used our car, lawn tractor and every flat surface in the garage last year)

  16. sharon h Avatar
    sharon h

    Enjoy the wine and the parties! Ohio outdoor coolers are hit and miss from year to year! Sometimes warm and sometimes cold!

  17. Jane Avatar

    I have one of those coolers! 🙂

  18. Katherine Avatar

    We always do this at my parents house. It doesn’t work so well in Southern California. Enjoy your party!

  19. Joleen Avatar

    Ha ha…..I just walked back into the house after putting food outside on ‘my’ back deck and then checked emails and had your post….too funny! Lucky us, living in Iowa means snow and cold……brrrrr…..

  20. Cindy Avatar

    So funny!! We use our screened back porch as an extra fridge, comes in handy when baking too. Where are the dogs? They want to join in the fun!

  21. Marcia Porcelli Avatar

    We used to put drinks outside in the winter to keep them cold-more room in the fridge.

    Hope your party is going well.

  22. Susan Avatar

    My Grandma used her basement – there was a special room in the corner -it was very very cold in the winter. She called it her canning cellar… Enjoy youy party and Merry Christmas!
    PS My son is coming Jan 3 for 2 days we will have Christmas then … making your pasta again it was yummy!

  23. Ann Avatar

    Have a great time at your party. You deserve it! Isn’t great living in Wisconsin. We have an extra ‘fridge’ and didn’t even have to buy it.

  24. Amy McC Avatar
    Amy McC

    It works!

  25. Kathy Cross Avatar
    Kathy Cross

    We use our deck as our extra fridge too….hope your party was a blast!

  26. Christelle Avatar

    Well you just have to warm the wine and you are good to go!

  27. Susan Avatar

    I’m with you, I love my Dovos-I’ve had them for years, and they’re just as nice as the day I got them! Your backyard food looks delicious-

  28. Linda McMillan Avatar
    Linda McMillan

    We’ve used the “outdoor fridge” several years at Christmas time. Love your blog and the sissors sound wonderful. I will save my pennies.

  29. Shirley Avatar

    Looking good

  30. Leslie Avatar

    Hi! This is the best part of winter! I get to stock up on bread, meat etc. Great for Christmas cooking and baking and extra cooking thru the year. We used to have a 3 season room in a prev house, perfect for outside freezer! Now, I use rubbermaid containers on our upper deck, which we have secured from critters! I don’t know what I’d do without a Redneck Freezer!
    Take care, Leslie

  31. Judy Avatar

    hahahaha – we call ours a “garage-arator”. Da critters would have a field day if we left food outside. Happy Holidays everyone!!

  32. Leanne Avatar

    We now have an extra frig too. It’s called a 3 seasons porch! I love it, it easily fits all the large platters of food and jello hardens real fast.

  33. Peggy Dalberto Avatar

    Your “cooler” is something shared by 98% of us up north!! We have our porch to use since the threat of hungry squirrels/raccoons/skunks/and bears when awake prevents just putting outside. Hope your “coma” was good.Happy Christmas

  34. Liz A Avatar

    If you aren’t in a coma, I am……….I notice that after a few seconds I see white spots moving on the screen.
    I have heard that when folks get old they see something called floaters. Fearful that I had that malady I called my daughter and told her to check out your blog. She called back laughing and said “relax Mom” it is an effect that Lisa added to make it look wintery and snowy. Good grief and I thought I had an eye disfunction. LOL
    Thanks it gave us all a big laugh. Mom is seeing white spots she is differet than otherslllllllllLOL

  35. Polly Jensen Avatar
    Polly Jensen

    LOL I too have a walkin freeezer now, I was missing it last week when I was malking some candy! I llove, love the case and this set out of the budget right now….might now I have something to save up for….beside mu real goal of visiting your shop in 2013…Merry Christmas!

  36. Maddy McCaslin Avatar
    Maddy McCaslin

    I love your redneck cooler. I grew up in Michigan and now live in Wisconsin, we always use the garage for a refrigerator in the winter and especially at Christmas

  37. Abbie Avatar

    I can relate to your redneck cooler. We live in a cold winter climate as well and use our attached garage as another cooling source during the holidays. We set up extra tables and spread out! If the weather is milk in our area, we are frustrated because we loose our free and natural refrigerator/freezer.

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