Other People's Pantries #161
From Tony (Bearfort Lodge), in northern New Jersey:
I found you through Twitter while searching for information on pantries and canning. I just finished canning some rhubarb jam from my first rhubarb harvest of the year. Each year I can quite a bit of rhubarb, but with my pantry, which has limited space, chock full of daily items, I know I have to expand.
My pantry is actually in the stairwell from the kitchen to the basement, and sometimes it can be tricky straddling the step to reach items. I'm preparing to expand my pantry to an area in the basement and found inspiration on your site.
Here are some photos of the pantry in the stairwell. On the opposite wall from the canned goods I hang pots and pans.
I'm definitely going to explore the pantries you have presented on your site and incorporate some ideas into my new expanded pantry at the bottom of the stairs.
On Saturdays, for more than three years, we've peeked into Other People's Pantries. When I scheduled this post, this was the very last pantry. I've heard from a few of you this week, and now there are three more pantries to share.
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