Other People's Pantries #109
From Elaine, in Port Townsend, Washington:
The first two photos are of my pantry in the kitchen, and as you can see from the first photo I have a list of everything in there, in pencil, so I can add or subtract as necessary. The only problem is I sometimes forget to do so, but all in all it works pretty well.
Next is the cupboard above my fridge, with beans, rice, pasta and teas. My mandoline and immersion blender are there as well.
The last two photos are in the laundry closet, the only place left to store things. My dad added a second shelf for me and it works well for non-glass or canned items.
I have another small cupboard for teas and one for vinegars and oils that I forgot to take photos of, so you will have to imagine them!
I am fortunate that my house has so much space to store dry goods, as I am like my mom in that I buy on sale so have enough food for months, excluding perishables. I also have a chest freezer that is at my parents' house as I do not have room for it here.
And that is my pantry, or pantries.
On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.
Come on -- show us your pantry.
*There are six more
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. I'll keep featuring them every Saturday as long as you keep sending them. Watch for a new Saturday feature (one you'll all
want to participate in) when we close the doors on Other People's