Other People's Pantries #108
From Jan, in Noblesville, Indiana:
When we relocated to Indiana, we were fortunate enough to purchase a two-year-old home from a family that added a lot of upgrades to the house, including a gourmet kitchen.
The walk-in corner pantry is not huge, but it is more than adequate and helps me keep everything organized. It has a really high ceiling so the top shelves can hold tall bulky items.
Bulk and extra spices, pastas, oils, vinegars and baking supplies are quite handy.
Heavier items tend to end up on the floor since I do not trust the sturdiness of the wire shelving. My wish list includes custom wooden shelving, someday...
The wire shelving is, however, quite convenient for hanging herbs to dry. A small section of the pantry is dedicated to drying herbs during the summer and autumn months.
My frequently used spices are kept in a cabinet next to the stove along with teas up top. The small jars in the front are dried rosemary, sage and basil from last summer.
On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.
Come on -- show us your pantry.
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pantries to share. If you'd like this feature to continue -- if you've
been meaning to send your photos but haven't gotten around to it --
send in your pantry photos this week. Watch for a new Saturday feature (one you'll all
want to participate in) when we close the doors on Other People's