Test your relationship.
Clean out the refrigerator together.
"You like that? Is it even still good? Then why haven't you eaten it?"
"Why are you putting the refrigerator shelves back there?"
"I cannot believe I married someone who would even eat that crap fresh, more less..."
[In unison] "Toss it." "Heh. Jinx."
[In unison] "Toss it. Ewww."
"We should make that, sometime."
"House rule: NO MORE Tobasco until these three --no, four-- bottles are used up."
"This is my fourth jar of that spicy mustard. It gets trashed."
We are rather condiment and spice heavy in my house. When you buy a pricey marinade or dry soup base and only use half of it, it gets the lid put on and is shoved into the fridge, in the back of a short shelf. There it resides until the Clean Out. There is nothing wrong with properly refrigerated marinades and sealed dry soup bases remaining in your 'fridge for a long while, but they do tend to take up a lot of room. In our case, the bottom right drawer of the crisper is now designated as the place for those, and the big jar of pre-grated ginger, and the jars of red, yellow, and green thai curry paste, mole, and the like.
I suspect that my already varied diet is about to step up to "circus-like," just as soon as we have vanquished the Giant Ham Of Doom (~25 lbs), and its sidekick, Traditional Black-Eyed Peas With Ham Bone. Oh, and corn bread. Always corn bread.