I went down yesterday to check on the progress of my kitchen renovation, even though I knew the contractor had been unable to work that week due to weather. I saw the contractor had moved the refridgerator/freezer from the carpet back into the kitchen on to the tile. When I opened the door to the fridge I noticed no light came on and there was an unpleasant odor. Evidently, when they plugged it in, the breaker got thrown and it had been off for at least five days. Everything in the freezer part was defrosted and barely cool to the touch. Among the things I lost that I miss the most: Snapper steaks from two twelve pound snapper, perfectly trimmed and vaccuum sealed. Three containers of venison chili that had been outstanding.. Venison backstrap and inside tenders. Three prime rib eye steaks, cut 1 1/2 inches thick. Three containers of 9-12 count white gulf shrimp with 20 shrimp per container.. On the plus side, a lot of my "treasures" were in the downstairs freezer. I just wish I had discovered the outage in time to have a giant feed instead of chunking everything. There was a lot of love that went into some of those items in anticipation of some great meals. I'll get over it. But not until I replenish with some more "treasures".