By the way, this is a really deep filing cabinet, so you are only seeing the 2-D tip of the iceberg.
I don't think this is weird - having a well-stocked supply of food is beneficial to overall mental health. And I had no control, during my fellowship and some of residency, over when I would get to eat (sometimes having to abandon my lunch in the cafeteria without paying), so maybe I'm overcompensating. Anyway, all of my co-workers know where to go if there is a natural disaster. I could probably keep the entire lab fed for a month or so.
Last Friday, for the first time in two years, I ran out of my supply of almonds. I must have almonds at 10:30 and 2:30 every day, sometimes with Craisins. My physiologic response to this blunder was so intense I had to run out immediately and buy some in order to alleviate anxiety. So I stocked up, and my food drawer makes me so happy when it is full, that I had to take a picture.
Gotta go. My stomach just growled, right on time. 10:26. Who needs a clock?