Come to OC's 18th century apartment, open the fridge, and you'll find bottles of Badoit and Plose, the freshest veggies from Fratelli Galantino fruttivendolo -- roasted beets, Sicilian lemons and tarocco oranges -- bars of bitter chocolate from Demel, black and green olives from Peck (they score them by hand, into quarters, so the flesh melts in your mouth) and mimolette and bitto cheeses.
So minus our savory and sweet indulgences, Roberto Bolle's fridge, as revealed by Corriere della Sera's Io Donna, kind of makes us feel at home.
The health-conscious ballerino splits his time between homes in Manhattan and Milano but stocks his New York City apartment fridge (no Sub-Zero, he's got one of those 1950-era vintage metal designs) with super-fresh produce. Fruit for breakfast and never coffee -- he hates the taste. Sometimes green tea if he needs a caffeine kick (good to know for when you're making Bolle breakfast-in-bed). If he's training, he takes a 40 minute lunch break and snacks on nuts, dried fruit, bananas, a protein bar and two hard boiled eggs that he brings from home. Heh. If he has the luxury of eating dinner at home, it's usually shrimp, avocado, salad, seitan and fish or meat.