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Monday, February 7, 2011

the pantry



One of the many reasons that I fell in love with the farmhouse was that it had its original walk-in pantry!  And, a pantry was part of my vision for my dream kitchen!
The transom was added to the pantry during renovation.  It was originally on a wall that was just to the right of the lamp that divided the kitchen from the ell.   When the wall was removed to enlarge the kitchen Dan came up with the idea to move the transom to the pantry door.... and a good idea it was!




When I was in college, I went home to San Antonio one weekend only to find that my mother had decided to have a contractor take about 6 feet off of the formal dining room that abutted her kitchen and make a large walk-in pantry.  I thought the woman was nuts.   But, the pantry soon became a beloved spot in the house!  When we bought our first home, and especially when I really got into cooking I learned the true value of having a pantry and why she wanted one.
Dan and I like to be "provisioned," as we call it!  While I have a grocery store about 5 miles away, the store I prefer is 12 miles.  We also love Costco (which is about 30 miles away), so having the pantry allows us to stock up and stay "provisioned."  
And... it even has a window!





Dan put in this wall of shelves.  The other two walls have stainless racks which allowed me to have u-shaped storage, and they don't block the light!





My late father would use this blue bowl every weekend for his vegetable beef soup, and every night for his granola.  Seeing it makes me happy every time I walk into the pantry.




The pepper shaker belonged to my father's mother, who died when he was only 16 years old.  Everyone in the family has one piece of her everyday collection.




May I pour you a drink?!





Because of the window I have the luxury of growing plants in the pantry.  This is where orchids and african violets that had been placed around the house come to re-bloom!





Do you know Steen's?!  Steen's Pure Cane Syrup (in the yellow cans) is the nectar of gods!  I brought several cans from Texas when we moved.  I recently ran out.  I was able to order it online, and then my mother sent me some in my Christmas package.... it's that good that you want it for a present!   The Pure Cane Syrup tastes nothing like molasses- it is deeper, stronger, slightly bitter and fabulous!  For me it's one of those flavors that reminds me of my childhood since I grew up with it.    And, speaking of my childhood.... the "sugar and cinnamon" in the glass jar to the left of the Steen's is the very jar (and label-my mother's handwriting) that I grew up using as a child!



Aprons on the back of the pantry door. 
The red one was one of my first sewing projects as a child.  My name is written on it in big red print!


If you notice I'm low on anything, please let me know and I'll add it to the shopping list!!

100 comments:

  1. What a wonderful walk in pantry. Mine is just a small closet style with bi fold doors. I could use the extra storage, but I am close to everything so I can just run to the store when needed. I love your sentimental treasures and cinnamon sugar is my favorite thing.

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  2. What a wonderful space! Gets me motivated to make more out of my own!

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  3. My dream pantry would be a pantry like that, enjoy!

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  4. The blue bowl made me cry! I haven't seen it in years! Love that it is proudly displayed in your pantry, Daddy is smiling. Mama's pantry was great and all the grandkids have wonderful memories of finding little treasures just for them in there! Beautiful Pantry, Joanie!!You should warn though that Steen's molasses can be an acquired taste.

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  5. P.S. Looks like you are out of Tabasco sauce.

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  6. I want to live in your pantry ... No? well, ok, then I will copy it in my next house :)
    I really like the idea of a window in the pantry for plants. A little kitchen greenhouse of a sort.
    I have started daydreaming over homes in woodsy places, where it snows and where there are many trees. I am looking at homes similar to yours but wee .. for 2 and a pup maybe.
    Have a good week, besitos !

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  7. Wow lovely space. We recently moved into an older home and were surprised to discover the the powder room was the former pantry. Can't decide which one I would choose if I had to. Love yours though. liz

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  8. What an incredible space! I'm pantry-less in my house, so now I have serious pantry envy. Wonderful little personal touches, but the transom was inspired. :)

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  9. Gosh! I got excited when I saw a new post! I just started following and have already devoured nearly every post. The love and thought that has gone into every detail of your home makes me smile. :-)

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  10. A pantry is one of my must haves! Our front hall closet off the kitchen has become a closet/pantry.
    I just love the look of yours. Beautiful!

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  11. Yes, you can pour me a drink...then get the guest room ready as I will be staying for awhile. I'm tired of stalking you from afar! :)

    As if I didn't think your kitchen was beautiful enough, you throw the most fabulous pantry in! Blessed is all I have to say.

    sarah xo
    ps. I love the word, "provisioned"

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  12. Oh I love your pantry. It is just fabulous and all that space would be just wonderful. I love to have a well stocked pantry also, but not near the space you have. Love it all. Hugs, Marty

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  13. Love it!! So nice and bright. And FUNCTIONAL too!

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  14. Um..awesome is all I can say! Have you eve seen the Barefoot Contess'as pantry? it reminds me of yours-lol. great job.

    Lori

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  15. Aren't pantries the greatest, especially with the power going off during the blizzards?! Seems that the younger people don't want to take the time to cook or have pantries. They expect delivery pizza 24/7. Wonder if Mrs. Obama will teach canning from her garden and then mandate everyone to have pantries. LOL

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  16. Tell Susan that the tabasco sauce is just below the black beans. Nope, lower. To the left. To the left. Right above the chicken stock for cryin' out loud! Do I need to go in there any get it myself?

    Anyhoo, I love your "cocktail cow" painting. I love art in unexpected places. You should also try the capers that are packed in salt. So much better than the ones in formaldehyde.

    What does one make with cane syrup anyway?

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  17. good eye Steve! yes, that "is" a fresh bottle of tabasco exactly where you spied;) it!

    honestly, I don't know what one 'makes' with cane syrup.... you just pour the deliciousness all over biscuits or cornbread!! (Dan uses it on his cereal... but that's just odd;) and as Susan mentioned.... it is an acquired taste!

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  18. hi joanie,

    that is one well-stocked pantry. it makes mine look pitiful. i've never even heard of steens. and yes, you can mix me a drink! i love having a window in the pantry too, it keeps it from being all dark and dank and my herbs love it there.

    xo
    janet

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  19. Your pantry is beautiful!! Our old house is the first place I have EVER lived since our marriage that does not have a pantry. After more then three years here, I'm still not used to having food in cupboards, with extra provisions on shelves in the basement laundry room. I think it's perfectly normal to have orchids in one's pantry.
    Connie

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  20. My, you are a wonderful organizer! Love your pantry. You are just so "provisioned"!!
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  21. From someone who has NO pantry, I am dying of pantry envy right now. I am a farm girl, and we farm girls are like our mama's when it comes to being stocked up. My lack of pantry-ness prevents this. I feel soooo understocked. LOL We are currently working on a plan to push a wall out into our over-abundant garage (a sign that a man designed this home) to create a huge walk-in pantry and laundry room. (My other goal is to have a laundry sink. Its the little things in life) :)
    BTW, if copying is the best form of flattery, you should be greatly flattered b/c I will be painting my red cabinets white. I drool over your kitchen several times a week. :) I so enjoy your home and your blog. Thanks for sharing!

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  22. What a pantry! I love that you include it as a part of the house, with a picture hanging and plants to welcome you! A beautiful, organized space!

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  23. I will never ever have another house without a pantry again - they are a total necessity in my mind. Love yours and what a luxury to have a window. I featured a beautiful pantry today - more formal, but certainly lovely nonetheless.

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  24. What a great pantry...but I'm loving the stories...the pepper shaker, the cinnamon jar and the apron...the love comes through even the smallest of details in the beautiful house you have lovingly restored. Thank you for sharing a part of a home that most 'strangers' rarely see...Art in the pantry...You are something else!

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  25. I'm swooning. I've been quite happy with my pantry until now. Hmmm, I feel another project coming. My husband is going to ban your blog.

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  26. I wish we had an orchid holding area like that. A pantry with a window is a perfect luxury.

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  27. I have just recently rediscovered your blog and I just love it. This pantry post may even leave me jealous! It is so good. All of it. Thank you for sharing!

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  28. Wow, what a multifuntional room. I noticed that you have banished the mocrowave to the pantry too.! They take up so much space in a kitchen, so ideal to get it out of the way.

    You seem very organized. Good thing to be provisioned...I always feel better when I am well stocked. And yes, I would love a gin and tonic..

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  29. Raz- would you like a lemon or lime twist with that?!

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  30. My husband and I made sure to have a big walk-in pantry in our new house. I love being able to walk in and see what I have to work with. I also keep the microwave and toaster in there. I don't like to see a bunch of stuff on the kitchen counters. Your pantry is fabulous!

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  31. Your pantry is wonderful! I'd love to have a walk in!!!

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  32. Oh, I envy your pantry! It's gorgeous. Love all the baskets and the painting! You are so organized. I see several of my favorites: Stash herbal tea, Bonne Maman preserves ... Tanqueray gin. I also love that the blue bowl of your father's is the highlight of that room. I understand. I too have several of my parents' things that I cherish. I think of them each time I use them.
    Claudia

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  33. I love my walk-in pantry too - but I envy your window!
    After looking at your lovely, neat photos, I think it's time for me to do a big tidy-up in my pantry.

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  34. Okay Steve, now I see it! The Tabasco is on what looks like a Lazy Susan (perfect). But Joanie, for a Texas girl that bottle is not so big! Probably the biggest you could find up North though. I once had a gallon bottle of the stuff! I use the Steen's molasses in my baked beans and the pure cane syrup and/or molasses on biscuits, pancakes, waffles with lots of butter. It looks like motor oil and some even think it tastes like it but not to us Texas/Mississippi girls.

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  35. Everything looks nice and seemingly organized!

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  36. Those transoms are amazing. You don't really see them anymore unless in totally custom homes or a great DIY project. Just like you guys have done.

    Mr. Goodwill Hunting

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  37. I always enjoy stopping by to visit your blog. You truly have the best posts and I have enjoyed everyone. I have a very standard pantry right now with a door (almost like a 18" deep closet with shelves). I sometimes have to put some of my items from Costco in other closets as it all doesn't fit. I can see why you would enjoy this very handy wonderful pantry especially having a window - it doesn't get any better than that. i enjoyed all the keepsakes - the cinnamon sugar and the pepper shaker. Ok, you have to tell me "what do you do with the Steen's Pure Cane Syrup?" I make granola and the recipe says you can substitute cane syrup for the honey. Just curious.
    Patti

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  38. Joanie, your kitchen is fabulous and so is your pantry. I have spent hours on your blog because I love everything that you have done. My husband and I are redoing his family home. We have a new blog:
    http://cottageatthecrossroads.com if you'd like to visit. And if you came to South Carolina, my husband would fix us the best sour apple martinis to sip on the front porch.

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  39. That is an amazing pantry. Any dish-a-holic (or alcoholic ;-))) would be thrilled to have it. I love how bright it is and the art is just perfect. Make mine a Patron on the rocks.
    Lacy

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  40. You had better be careful. If you share any more great stuff here we might cancel our summer rental in Maine and just move in with you, Dan,and Ella!

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  41. Just spent a good 30 minutes just reading and looking. your house is so beautiful!!!!! i would love to see the view from the back porch looking out? have you shown that! still can't believe you spent the day with bunny!!!!!!!!!!!

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  42. Wow..this is fantastic..it's like a small store of your own! Love it! You sure are doing it up all right! My mother has two bowls with the same pattern as the pepper container. I'm going to see if I can get those in my possession! Love your blue bowl and the sentiment.

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  43. Hello Joan! We have been away and it has clearly been far too long since I dropped by your lovely house for a visit! You have been busy throughout our long cold winter with some tantalizing projects. I love your vision for the barn/media lair and I'm dying to see how you tweak the finished room...because it will have your trademark charm!

    Thanks so much for stopping by with your sweet comment on Cooper...we're head over heals for him!

    Oh (sigh) your pantry has put me to shame...I'm organizing mine tomorrow!

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  44. I'm just in awe Joan! IN AWE! Love every ounce of it! Oooo, btw: put the bottles up on Color Outside the Lines - a sneak peak for next Tuesday. Eeeeeek! LOL!

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  45. You have Patron and Grand Marnier, need I say more??? Your pantry seems complete to me.

    Carolyn

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  46. That pantry is to die for.It looks so beautiful.

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  47. Ok...THIS may (may) make me mozey on out of the sub Z.

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  48. I have what I call a 'lardrey'. It's a room that doubles as a larder and a laundry room. It has about as much walking around space as the inside of my car! It really needs military organisation but unfortunately usually triples as a dumping ground for 'I don't know where this goes' pieces.

    Your pantry is so bright and lovely - no wonder the orchids like it in there. It must be a joy whenever you walk in, and to have the very special blue bowl waiting there to say hello is lovely. xx

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  49. I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.
    http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/
    I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.
    x
    Melissah

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  50. I like you Im sure could stand there and look all day long.Its great!

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  51. Joan,
    I'll tell you what's missing-a chair! I am having some seriois pantry envy and would want to just come in and hang out!!!
    ~R

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  52. Wow, you ARE well provisioned! Love the glimpse into the pantry; like everything else in your wonderful home, it has been very thoughtfully planned, and is beautiful. Thanks for the sneak peak! Beth

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  53. What a fabulous pantry! You seem pretty stocked up to me. :-)

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  54. I love a walk-in pantry. Terrific that you have a window in there!

    Jeannette

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  55. I have only had a walk in pantry once in my adult life and I long for another...I'll have to think of a room I can add one! :-) Yours is an inspiration.
    Karen

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  56. This is fabulous, such a pretty pantry!
    I don't know where I have been but I'm thrilled to have run accross your blog, it's gorgeous!
    Have a fabulous day!
    Kristin

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  57. Hi Joan - What a luxury to have a walk-in pantry. It reminds me of Ina Garten's on her "Barefoot Contessa" TV show. I could root around in her pantry (and yours!) for an hour or so. Thanks for the tour. It's a lovely space.
    Deborah

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  58. Love your farmhouse. Love your blog. And am jealous of your very organized pantry, puts mine to shame BUT that will all change when I move. Thanks for giving me new inspriation to what it CAN look like...lol. Very pretty and the lighting seems so crisp is it flourescent? Just curious.
    Anyway please visit me at my new blog about the building of our new home and my love for decor and design. Plus I am doing my first ever giveway, a gorgeous french chair!
    www.theenchantedhome.blogspot.com
    I will be back here..great blog!

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  59. I too was won over by our walk in pantry when we toured our house! I just love the charm a true pantry adds to a house. Yours is so wonderfully organized!

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  60. Love love love your pantry and kitchen:-)I see several comments referring to "pantry-envy" and, yes, I suffer from it too...One day, though, one day...:-)
    Can't wait to see more! As always, it is such a joy to visit your blog. Every day, I try to do a few things that bring me joy, and also things that inspire- your blog ...(having trouble finding just the right term, english/american not being my language...so forgive me if my expressions sometimes are a bit off/weird)do both those things for me:-)
    So- as always- with gratitude
    Susanne (Norway)

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  61. Wow what a great pantry and so organized. I LOVE the cow print you have hanging in there,if it goes missing don't look here(LOL)! I just became a follower to your blog. Martina

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  62. hi all! thank you ALL so much for your comments!

    enchanted home- the light is incandescent in the antique fixture (slightly visible in the first photo) and then the natural light from the window!

    Susanne- your enlgish is absolutely perfect, and your comment so absolutely lovely. thank you so much for telling me; I can not express how much it means to me.

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  63. So glad to find your blog. I love the progress (and sometime lack of) involved in the addition and renovation of older homes having been through it myself. Thanks for sharing and I look forward to reading your previous posts.

    www.ajbarnesonline.blogspot.com

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  64. What a wonderful space...adore that you put the painting above the shelves - such an unexpected surprise!!

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  65. Your pantry is awesome! I was already suffering from kitchen envy and now I have to add pantry envy to the list! Your kitchen is just gorgeous and I love your huge, very organized pantry!! I am getting lots of great ideas from your home!

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  66. Your post has inspired me!!! I grew up in a very old home and there was a pantry that I loved. When I built my own home with my husband, there were two things I knew I wanted. HUGE, huge windows on either side of the livingroom fireplace and A PANTRY! My pantry is about 10 feet long and 4 feet wide and I couldn't live without it.

    But YOUR pantry! Oh sooooo beautiful. I am totally fixing my pantry up using your model! I never even painted it! Can't wait to get started! So thank you!

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  67. Joan, Dan, Ella: Again! A post that I so enjoyed reading. It immediately brought me back to my grandmothers home, in NH. I loved going to her place and walking into her pantry. Also, seeing the special dishes reminds me of things that we have out in our home that only have meaning to me, a strand of small bells that we have hanging off the mantel, because a great aunt had them hanging off their mantel. It is those things that make a house a home! Cindy

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  68. Joan, LOVE your dream pantry! It made me laugh because when we gutted our kitchen, I drew up plans for a nice walk-in pantry like yours! Mike looked at me as if I was nuts (I was) because our kitchen was/is just so small. The antique bakers table with gorgeous aged marble top didn't work either. : +
    XTrina

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  69. OHHHH!!! PANTRY ENVY!!!!!!!!!!!! I really need MORE storage space but not for food but DISHES:):):) That is my obsession.....I love that you have a window in your pantry! XO, Pinky

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  70. Wow! Love your pantry! I also love that you used beautiful framed artwork in your pantry, and that you value & display pieces that belonged to your father and grandmother.

    Karen T.

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  71. A pantry WITH a window! The green eyed monster withing is raging right now!!! :)

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  72. Your pantry is my dream! And it's so wonderful that you have precious pieces that remind you of family. The sugar cinnamon reminds me of the cinnamon toast my mom always made me as a child. Love your transom :)

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  73. Love your pantry. Miss having one. Ours is the cabinets in the messy mud room. With 6 of us, snow that is melting and cold it will be that way for a season longer. :) I like seeing what you have done. Our farm house is plainer and older and I am always on the look out for inspiration! Thanks for sharing!
    Linda @ bushel and a pickle

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  74. I also spy Mamaw's green sherbet glasses from Portland.

    "You've come a long way baby" from the 16 year old who 'didn't know how' to make a sandwich for Daddy.

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  75. Love the pantry and the stories behind what you love. My great aunt had pantry.Covet. No room. So in my impending remodel I'm turning the kitchen into an open shelved pantry. Like your gene pool. Kudos to your mom for taking her house in her own terms. Seems like you inherited that one!

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  76. I love, love, love the pictures on the wall and the shelves!

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  77. A wonderful space...and your sentimentality over the "little" things are what make your house the "home" that it is.....thanks so much for sharing. k

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  78. Awesome pantry and I just love the natural light -so smart to use the metal shelving so it doesn't get blocked!

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  79. I popped by once, but didn't leave a comment. Had to stop back by to say that I love your pantry! It is very well planned. Mine is much smaller, but you have given me some excellent ideas for making it more charming. The transom window was a fabulous idea and I love the light. The painting and propped artwork make it such a pleasant storage area. Very nice.

    -Rene

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  80. This post reminded me that our bedroom in a Brownstone in NYC was probably the pantry since it is right off what used to be the original dining room- now our living room.

    I love it that you've been able to create this space and use the transom from another door. They not only bring light throughout the house, but ventilation. New houses should have them!

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  81. Hello

    I came over from Rhoda's blog. I love your property, your house and your kitchen is my dream kitchen now! I love your dining area in the kitchen and of course the fireplace.
    We vacationed in Cape Cod last fall and loved it there. Hope to see more of New England in the future.
    Kinga

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  82. ...mercy me... i am thinking how did i miss this post?...then i realized i was in florida hugging our precious grandboy... well what a perfectly wonderful pantry...i know having all the provisions is terrific...but i love the cow painting the most...

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  83. thank you for opening up your home and a part of your spirt with us. I too live in a country farm and was inspired by your vision. We are in the process of creating a slow home. I believe the journey is all the fun. I look forward in peeking in and being charmed.

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  84. I'd like to come over and shop in your pantry! It's an amazing space and I love the sentimental items you've placed there, so sweet.
    How do you use the Skeens...do you bake with it?
    Anyway...love, love , love!
    xo J~

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  85. Love your pantry but my biggest envy??? You can get an orchid to
    re-bloom??? WOW!

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  86. Oh my God my mother still has our original jar turned shaker too. I was raised on cinnamon toast! She also had a big walk in pantry. My hubby and I used to sneak in there to smooch when we were in highschool.
    Great to see how everything is progressing.
    Take care,
    Lisa P.

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  87. I love your home!!!!!! Where did your stainless steel shelves come from. I am planning my pantry redo and need these! Thanks

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  88. hi Michelle!
    Thank you!!
    I found the stainless shelves at Costco. I have also seen a similar unit at Lowes.
    good luck with your pantry!

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  89. Thank you so much for you quick reply! I am going to Costco tomorrow! Your talent and abilities are very inspiring to me. I wish you could help me with my home in Florida.

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  90. Hello there! I've followed happily along for months now . . . This stay at home mom loves seeing all your delicious construction dust! Would you be able to tell me where you got your metal pantry shelving systems? And, silly, but wondered if things "fall thru" the shelves? Any tips or advice would be appreciated. I fully plan to copy your pantry . . . pretty & provisioned is the look I'm going for!

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  91. hi UBlessed! The shelves are from Costco, though I have seen them at Lowes. Things don't fall through the shelves, but small jars/cans do need to be placed directly centered over the bars or they will be lop-sided or tilted! I used little sample-pieces of marble to place the really small items on.
    Hope that helps!

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  92. Ummm.. ok.... so you have REAL african violets and orchids growing in the pantry?!?! That's pretty cool! So bright. I love it. I have those ikea pots too :)

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  93. I was looking at your blog posts and just seeing the Cane's syrup in your pantry made me smile. That syrup is made in Abbeville, Louisiana and I live just 2 small towns away. Reminded me I haven't bought Steen's in quite awhile. Love your home and barn room. I grew up living in the country and a country life with dogs, cows, horses and chickens. They were all my friends!

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  94. I have a wall of cabinets which serves as my pantry and love it. My Mother always seemed to be able to whip up a meal from her stash.....so I keep many of the same items as you have.
    Love anchovies, olives, tomatos, vinegars, and more. I do love your orchids in your pantry....
    pve

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    1. just had anchovies pasta for lunch yesterday! Dan's not a fan, so he had something else:)

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  95. Just found this post, and I thought I had read them all! Love your pantry and all your provisions but must advise that Quaker grits are just a shadow of the real McCoy. You really must try to find real stone ground grits; though, having lived in NH, I know that is easier said than done. I suggest Crook's Corner grits from Chapel hill, NC. Maybe Trader Joe's has the real deal. Or let me know and I'll send you some!
    You advised me when we were building our retirement home not to settle for anything but a Subzero wine frig. I love my subzero cabinet front frig in the kitchen but our appliance man recommended a Marvel wine refrigerator for the butler's pantry. He sells both so I figured to trust him on that. Apparently it's the brand a lot of professional kitchens have. So that's what we got and we love it. Keeps my whites at the perfect temp and has room for champagne and larger bottles on the bottom shelf. Merry Christmas! Ginger mghaas3@verizon.net

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