The sausage — from Franco Dunn, of course — it was in the freezer; one always like to have a sausage or two or half a dozen on hand, and they do keep reasonably well for a month or so in the freezer. People say you can't freeze fat: I beg to differ.
The carrots, no idea. They keep too, of course. Carrots and other root vegetables; cabbages and other coles; apples; potatoes — they'll keep, if you know how to keep them; that's how humanity survived ten thousand years of winters, after all.
The mashed potatoes? The last of Thanksgiving. (The turkey carcass turned into stock overnight.)
Green salad, of course; and the last of the pumpkin pie and hard sauce. And leftover wines: