Other People's Pantries #112
From Dana, in St. Louis, Missouri:
My kitchen is small and cramped. The first thing you see coming through my front door is this shelf. It holds two cake stands that usually have the week's cake/cookies and muffins.
The second shelf has 13 glass and ceramic containers that hold cereal, pastas, rice, and mixes. The third shelf has non-food related papers. I used to keep baking chips, nuts and berries in the same kind of glass containers, but the 13-month-old liked opening them and feeding the dogs.
My bare bones pantry! I try not to keep to much in here since my last "use what you have challenge" lasted 3 months. It's a converted built-in oven space, and very deep. I mostly keep cans here.
This cabinet is above the former built-in stove. I keep oils, flour, sugar, and some baking items. On top is my husband's soda stash, they can be stacked 4 high on the far right.
My spice pull-out is my pride and joy! Sandwiched between a wall and fridge, I designed and built it myself.
Thank you for letting me show off my pantry. Happy cooking.
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