Jan 11, 2017

Kitchen Goods
Home Keeping 101



Here are the staple items my kitchen always includes.  I try to keep them in the kitchen always.
It's been a while since I posted on home keeping and I got this idea from Toni's blog and thought, oh, yeah, I should do more home blogging.
So, here is an idea of what my kitchen looks like behind the cupboard doors!


Pantry:
Virgin olive oil
cooking pan spray
Irish oatmeal
chicken broth
bone broth
canned tuna
canned salmon
Italian crushed tomatoes( only those imported from Italy as they are super low in sodium)
Italian whole canned tomatoes and again only imported from Italy because they are extremely low in sodium and healthier than the American brands which I see as pure poison really.
Italian canned beans of  many kinds(white, pink, red, black)
German sauerkraut (I always have this in the house)
White flour
Masa Harina (Mexican corn flour)
Vidalia onions
tomatoes on the vine
Jasmine Rice and brown rice
Garlic bulbs
Baking soda
baking powder
spices including homemade taco seasoning
peanut butter
ketchup
Kosciusko polish brown mustard which I go through like water!
Coleman's English mustard
White Balsamic vinegar
Organic Apple Cider vinegar
Louisiana Hot sauce
Penne Pasta
elbow macaroni
Teas and Coffee
Coffee Mate Powdered creamer
Potatoes

Refrigerator:
eggs,
milk
butter
Cheddar cheese
Danish cheese
lemons
salad greens
celery
carrots
left overs


Freezer:

Beef both ground and pot roast
chicken
turkey
fish : Cod, Flounder,Lemon sole,Salmon steaks,etc.
Polish Perogies
Frozen vegetables : spinach, collard greens, peas, carrots, mixed peppers, Brussels sprouts, string beans, Italian cut beans, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet corn, broccoli rabe
I eat an enormous amount of veggies.



Spices I use a lot of:
Herbs de Provence
Dill
basil
cumin
chili
pepper
Saigon Cinnamon (in every cup of coffee along with Louisiana Hot Sauce)


What's in your kitchen?
I enjoy seeing how other women keep their homes and what they buy etc.  I find it so helpful.

8 comments:

  1. Everything but fish (I personally can't have so much due to the fact I am anemic), corn flour, Herbs de Provence (will have to look that one up, smiles), Danish Butter (I have Irish, can I count that?), Saigon Cinnamon. We use a lot of hot sauce as well...we use it on eggs and even biscuits (I know weird). Thank you Annie...I have been meaning to post something on pantry and fridge keepers. smiles

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  2. Very interesting! My pantry is pathetic right now. I need to redo it and go shopping. Love the look here. So pretty and the header is beautiful!

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  3. Enjoyed reading your list and comparing it to what I keep on hand. So interesting to see what others keep in their 'stash.' Love you header!!!

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  4. Hi Annie; A lot of things on your list I too use but didn't mention on mine. I love seeing hoe others stock their pantries and freezer/refrigerators. Love your header but I thought I was on the wrong blog not seeing one of your creations. LOL! Have a day of blessings dear friend.

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  5. Good Morning , my friend !
    What a great idea for a post !
    I must add kitty food to your list ( and all my dear girl requires !)
    and ginger root with envelopes of chopped fresh herbs in the freezer .
    Love your blog !!!
    Be well...

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  6. Good Morning , my friend !
    What a great idea for a post !
    I must add kitty food to your list ( and all my dear girl requires !)
    and ginger root with envelopes of chopped fresh herbs in the freezer .
    Love your blog !!!
    Be well...

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  7. That's a great pantry of things to have on hand. I love your snowflakes falling in the banner header, darling. Happy New Year! Hugs

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