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    • #269961

      baking
      all-purpose flour
      unbleached flour (for bread making)
      granulated sugar
      powdered sugar
      brown sugar
      cornstarch
      baking powder
      baking soda
      yeast
      shortening
      chocolate (semi-sweet, bitter-sweet,
      & dutch process cocoa)
      dried goods
      dried beans (various types)
      dried fruits
      currants
      raisins
      dates

      rice
      arborio rice
      brown rice
      white rice
      wild rice

      tomatoes (canned)
      chopped tomatoes
      tomato sauce
      tomato paste
      whole tomatoes

      vinegars
      apple cider vinegar
      balsamic vinegar
      red wine vinegar
      raspberry vinegar
      rice vinegar
      white wine vinegar

      dried pasta
      angel hair
      egg noodles
      fettuccine
      fusille
      lasagna
      linguine
      penna
      spaghetti

      dried herbs
      anise seeds
      basil leaves
      bay leaves
      caraway seeds
      cayenne pepper
      chili powder
      cilantro
      coriander
      cumin (ground & seeds)
      curry powder
      dillweed
      fennel seeds
      herbes de providence
      marjoram
      dried mustard
      oregano
      paprika
      red pepprs
      rosemary
      peppercorns (black & white)
      poppy seeds
      sage
      salt (regular & coarse)
      saffron
      sesame seeds
      tabasco or hot sauce
      tarragon
      thyme
      turmeric

      spices
      cinnamon (ground & whole sticks)
      cloves (ground & whole)
      ground allspice
      ground cardamon
      ground ginger
      ground mace
      ground nutmet

      condiments
      chicken broth
      beef broth
      chutney
      hoisin sauce
      honey
      horseradish
      gelatin
      ketchup
      lemon juice
      lime juice
      maple syrup
      mayonnaise
      molasses
      mustard (regular & dijon)
      peanut butter
      pickles (sweet, dill & relish)
      salsa
      sliced pimientos
      soy sauce
      sundried tomatoes
      terikiyi sauce
      worcestershire sauce
      oils
      extra-virgin olive oil
      vegetable oil
      walnut oil

      milks
      evaporated milk
      powdered buttermilk
      powdered milk
      sweetened condensed milk

      canned goods
      black beans
      canned fruits
      canned vegetables
      clams
      cherries (for cherry jubilee)
      cream of mushroom soup
      kidney beans
      mushrooms
      olives (green & black)
      pork & beans
      salmon
      tuna fish

      misc.
      coffee (regular & decaf)
      tea (various types)

      extracts
      almond extract
      vanilla extract
      vanilla beans

      wines
      marsala wine
      port wine
      red wine
      white wine

      gourmet items
      anchovies
      artichoke hearts
      capers
      caviar
      curry paste
      dried mushrooms
      olive paste
      pesto
      roasted peppers
      shrimp & crab boil
      smoked oysters
      white truffle oil

      fresh produce
      fresh herbs (various)
      lemons
      garlic bulbs
      onions (red & white)
      potatoes

      refrigerator or freezer staples
      butter
      cream (heavy or whipping)
      eggs
      parmesan cheese (not grated but a chunk)
      sour cream
      various cheeses
      various nuts

    • #412642

      This is great list to go by. I have a pantry full of herbs and spices, two shelves full. Can never have to many of those.

      They are always handy for every meal to be creative and create a new flavor in a dish. I love spices for everything.

    • #428324

      thanks for this list@!!!! i am e mailing it to myself!!!

    • #429831

      Thankyou for this great list.

    • #430919

      That is a good list. Thank you for posting. Maybe I can start stocking up on goodies.

    • #431037

      I love to see good pantry lists such as this so I can see if I’ve forgotten about something necessary…Thanks! 🙂

    • #432376

      This is an excellent list. Thank you!

    • #432638

      This is a GREAT list! Saving it… Thanks!

    • #432642

      :party1:Thanks.. I have just about have all of that but the baking powder I ran Out…And I need To Get all The Vinegars again I do Have White Vinegar tho..Seems I run Out Of all the others Quick Making salad Dressing and fire and ice Tomatoes and cucumber..Time to run to the store again..lol..I’ll make a copy of your list and Stick it to my Pantry:food:…Thanks again:purr:

    • #434383

      thankyou for postin this list, after looking at it I realize how empty my pantry is after moving lol, no wonder I seem to have so much trouble figuring out what is for dinner most days.

    • #437789

      Wow. Saving this list. I, for one, cannot function in my kitchen unless I open my cabinet and see about 8-10 lbs of pasta. If we don’t have pasta in my house….well, we won’t go there.

      These other items I do try to keep on hand. Especially since I am trying to make things from scratch more often. I need a bigger kitchen to hold all the flour I need to purchase.

      🙁 We make bread in the bread machine, homemade biscuits, banana breads and other odds and ends so we go through A LOT of flour.
      With all of these items on the list, do you recommend a good storage container to hold them that seals well away from moisture and prevents other *shivers* things from invading?

    • #458145

      Thanks for the list!!

    • #462121

      Thanks for this post, I am wanting to stock my pantry, we cupboards this list is a help.

    • #463257

      This is a fantastic list. My only problem in my own kitchen is that I am gluten free and I can’t have beans.

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