The food in Tinsley Mortimer's refrigerator has gone to the dogs. No, really.
"I feed the dogs chicken that I order from Postmates," The Real Housewives of New York City cast member told BravoTV.com while showing the contents of her fridge in the video above. "Not even from the hotel."
As it turns out, her beloved pups, Strawberry and Shortcake, have multiple meal options at the ready. "I was trying to be super healthy and do this Farmers Dog, which is awesome," Tinsley said in the clip while showing a turkey-based package from the human-grade dog food delivery service. "But my dogs are now really accustomed to chicken, so I don't know how much they're eating this."
Should the pooches want dessert, "I've got dog cookies," Tinsley said. "But they don't even like them."
Because the fridge is in the NYC hotel room that she redecorated in January, Tinsley noted in the video: "I don't cook. My kitchen is actually very small."
Still, when she wants to reach into the fridge for a snack, Tinsley has options. "My go-to is Goldfish. I love them so much. I can't get enough of Goldfish," she said, before grabbing a bottle of red wine. "I eat Goldfish and I drink wine."
While her other items range from hard boiled eggs from 7-Eleven to "fancy Moët & Chandon" that she says she doesn't drink, Tinsley admitted: "When you order room service as much as I do, and Postmates, you don't really need to have a lot of food."
There is a bright side to not having a ton of food on hand, Tinsley joked: "It also keeps me skinny, so it's OK."
To see more of what Tinsley keeps in her fridge, check out the video above!
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