Other People's Pantries #177
From Adriel (10 Months Makeover) in Fayetteville, Arkansas:
I have almost no cabinets, but I'm a Sam's Club once-a-month shopper. This works for me because I DO have a freezer and I'm a very proficient freezer cook. My pantry is the four small shelves over my washer and dryer, but I make them work hard for me.
Spice cabinet with decorating stuff at the back of the top shelf. The cup is full of cigarette lighters for my stove top.
The top two boxes are baking boxes. One is filled with flours and sugars, the other with all the small things that you use exclusively for baking (soda, vanilla, cocoa). The bottom two boxes are for everyday use. One is starches (pastas, rice, instant potatoes), the other, masquerading as a ramen box, is snack stuff (chips, nuts, popcorn).
The basket is all drinks (coffee, teas, crystal light) and the crate is all bulk condiments (ranch, mustard, ketchup, BBQ sauce). To the right of the laundry detergents are all of my jars, can goods, and then breads go on top of the box.
I always dream of having a perfect looking pantry like Pantry Number Seven (Mary from Texas), but that won't be a reality for many, many years. In the mean time, diaper boxes work great because I have a million of them!
On Saturdays, for almost four years, we've peeked into Other People's Pantries. There are five more pantries to share with you.
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