From Lurdes (belitaarainhadoscouratos) in Portugal:
Here are two pictures of my pantry (despensa, in Portuguese), one inside the pantry, another one from the kitchen.
This is a view from the kitchen to the pantry.
And here is the inside.
On the floor, under the bottom shelf, I put detergents, beer, olive oil big jars (5 liters), dog and cat food, potatoes, onions and that kind of things. First shelf are cans and jars mostly, flours, oatmeal and baking ingredients. On the next shelf cereals, teas (I love tea), coffees, rice, pastas, spices and sugar. Next some jars with beans and lentils, cookies, biscuits, milk, raisins, seeds. The higher shelf is things I don't use a lot, some cans that are now empty but where I keep Christmas cookies when I make them, some baskets, and stuff.
On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.
Come on -- show us your pantry.
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