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May 24, 2008

Other People's Pantries #17

From Annabelle, in London, England:

Here in London we are blessed with a superb range of ingredients on our doorstep... from all corners of the world. My store cupboard reflects this well with (among other things) Azafran Saffron from South Africa, Moderna Balsamic Vinegar from Italy, Le Saunier de Carmarge Fleur de Sel from France, Miso Soup from Japan, Tabasco from USA, etc...

I love cooking -- all done on my marvellous English Aga (seen in part in the photos of the tiny condiment shelves on either side of the hob). This is a particularly English method of cooking -- with the two ovens at peak heat at all times and two large hobs forever ready to boil a kettle for a good English cup of (Harrods English Breakfast) tea!

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On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.

Come on -- show us your pantry.

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Comments

I have a little pantry but nothing worthy of showing off. It's not that well organized and it's full of junk food and booze!

We have the same mugs from Bridgewater Pottery!

I love those built-in wood cabinets -- do you know how old your kitchen is?

Looks like such a great collection of pantry goodies. I love this blog so I knew she's have a great pantry.

The pantry and all the wood kitchen furniture was hand built for me around fifteen years ago. It is sprayed a light cream colour and has never been repainted...I cannot bear to get away from its truly original worn look.
To Wine Blog...we also would have junk food and wine on display but we have eaten and drunk it all before the pics were taken!
To Lydia...Bridgewater pottery is so lovely, have sent you some other pics of the kitchen with the pottery on display. Hope you like it!

How lovely to have the kitchen furniture built for your space and needs! I'd not want to repaint it either. Love those mugs! Thanks!

I love all your goodies and jars! And to be able to shop for more...
Thanks for sharing your pantry with all of us.

Looks like a well stocked pantry! I've read about the Aga before, but didn't really know why it was so great. Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing... I love a view into international pantries.

Thumbs up to the huge and varied selection, as well as the well organized cupboards!

What a gorgeous pantry. Thank you for sharing :)

Thanks for sharing your pantry, and love your Emma Bridgewater mugs =)

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