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Kitchen/Pantry List (formerly Kitchen/Panty List) ROFL

Post by mamabear » Fri Aug 08, 2008 4:12 pm

Here is a list I have compiled from many different lists and tweeked it for my own. It's not perfect but hope this helps!

Spices & Seasonings
T-sac or muslin bag (They are a filter so your loose spices are easily taken out when you are done)
Adobo
Allspice (ground)
Allspice (whole)
Alum
Anise seed
Balsamic vinegar
Basil
Bay leaf
Beef Bouillon Granules
Bijol
Caraway seeds
Cayenne pepper
Celery seed
Chicken Bouillon Granules
Chili Powder
Chives
Cilantro
Cinnamon (ground)
Cinnamon sticks
Cloves (ground)
Cloves (whole)
Cooking sherry
Cream of tartar
Cumin
Curry Powder
Dehydrated onion
Dill seed
Dill weed
Dry mustard
Dry red wine
Fennel seed
Garlic powder
Garlic salt
Ginger (ground)
Ginger(ground)
Good Seasons Italian dressing mix
Homemade chili blend
Hot sauce
Iodized salt
Italian seasoning
Ketchup
Lawry's seasoned salt
Lemon pepper
Liquid smoke
Mace (ground)
Marjoram
Minced garlic
Minced onions
Mustard (ground)
Mustard seed
Nutmeg (ground)
Nutmeg (whole)
Onion powder
Onion Soup Mix
Oregano
Paprika
Parsley
Pepper
Pepper corns
Pickling spice
Poppy seed
Ranch Dressing Mix
Rosemary
Sage
Salt(Non Iodized for those with thyroid issues)
Salt, Kosher
Salt, Sea
Sesame Oil
Stevia
Tarragon
Thyme
Tumeric
Vinegar, Apple cider
Vinegar, Red
Vinegar, Rice
Wine, Red cooking
Wine, White cooking
Worcestershire Sauce



Baking Needs

Almond Extract
Baking Powder
Baking Soda
Biscuit mix
Bread Crumbs (regular and Panko)
Bread flour
Confectioner's Sugar
Corn Meal
Corn Starch
Corn Syrup
Cornstarch
Evaporated Milk
Flour (all purpose and self-rising)
Honey
Jell-O packages (miscellaneous sizes and flavors for fruit salads)
Non-stick cooking spray
Olive Oil
Olive Oil Spray
Rolled oats
Stuffing Mix
Sugar
Vanilla Extract
Vegetable Oil
Wheat berries (for grinding and making bread)

Beans
15 Bean soup mix
Pinto beans
Black Beans
Kidney Beans
Lentils
Red Beans
White Navy Beans

Fruit

Individual Fruit Cups
Pineapple, Crushed
Raisins

Miscellaneous

Coffee Pods
Croutons
Graham Crackers
Peanut Butter
Sunflower Seeds
Taco Shells
Tea bags

Pasta and Rice
Egg Noodles
Elbow Macaroni
Fettuccini
Linguini
Rice (brown, calrose, instant, white, wild)
Rice Noodles
Shells (jumbo, medium)
Vermicelli
Yellow Rice Packets

Produce

White potatoes
Sweet potatoes
Onions
Garlic
Sweet peppers
Hot peppers
Fresh mushrooms
Dried mushrooms
Lettuce
Cucumbers
Tomatoes
Carrots
Celery
Apples
Oranges
Lemons
Limes
Parsley

Vegetables (Canned)
Cut Corn
Creamed Corn
Green Beans
Mushroom Pieces
Peas
Pimientos
Roasted Red Peppers (buy, use then freeze what is left)
Rotel (diced tomatoes and green chiles)
Tomatoes (crushed, diced, sauce, and paste)
Water chestnuts, sliced

Other Canned Goods

Beef Broth, several cans (Sodium free)
Chicken Broth, several cans (Sodium free)
Coconut Milk (Thai dishes and Spanish desserts)
Cream Soups (celery, chicken, mushroom)
Enchilada Sauce, red and green
Green Chiles, diced
Salsa
Spaghetti Sauce

Paper & Plastic
Heavy Duty Foil
Paper Plates
Parchment Paper
Plastic Baggies
Plastic Wrap
Roasting Bags, Turkey Size
Wax Paper

Refrigerator Items
Eggs
Butter or margarine
Milk
Whipping cream
Sour cream
Cream cheese
Mild cheese
Sharp cheese
Mozzarella
Parmesan cheese
Romano cheese
Mayonnaise
Yellow mustard
Dijon mustard
Worcestershire sauce
Steak sauce
Horseradish
Ketchup
Pickle relish
Hot pepper pickles
Green olives
Ripe olives
Assorted pickles
Salsa
Jellies or jams
Apple butter
Refrigerator biscuits
Bacon
Fat back

Cheese

American cheese slices
Cottage Cheese (1 cup)
Feta Cheese
Shredded Cheeses(assorted)
String Cheese
Velveeta Cheese

Condiments

Barbecue sauce
Dill pickle spears
Fruit Preserves
Hot sauce
Lemon Juice
Lime Juice
Mayonnaise
Salad Dressing
Salad peppers or relish
Soy sauce/tamari
Teriyaki sauce
Yellow mustard

Dairy
Butter
Buttermilk
Cream Cheese
Eggs
Milk
Plain Yogurt
Sour cream


Freezer Items

Ice
Vegetables
Ground beef
Whole chicken
Boneless chicken breasts
Boneless pork chops
Link and/or bulk sausage
Bacon
Breads and rolls
Prebaked pizza shells
Fresh breadcrumbs
Bread cubes
Puff pastry
Pyllo dough
Flour tortillas
Corn tortillas
Pierogies
Stuffed pasta
Hors d'ouevres
Beef stock
Chicken stock
Fish stock
Non-dairy topping
Walnuts
Pecans
Almonds
Ice cream or frozen yogurt
Sherbert
Frozen fruits
Cresent roll dough
Pizza dough
Tortilla (flash freeze then vacuum seal a few at a time)

Fish
Baby Shrimp (for stir fry or fried rice)
Tilapia (bags of individually frozen fillets)

Frozen Fruit

Bagged berries, miscellaneous (for smoothies)

Frozen Vegetables
Asparagus
Breaded Okra
Broccoli Cuts
Cauliflower
Edamame
Hash Browns
Mixed Vegetables
Okra (not breaded)
Peas
Peas and Carrots
Shoepeg Corn
Stew Vegetables
Stir Fry Vegetables
Sugar Snap Peas
Tater Tots

Meat
Beef Hot Links
Beef (ground, roast, stew, and flank)
Chicken (whole and breasts)
Hot Dogs
Hot Italian Sausage
Kielbasa
Pepperoni
Pork Chops

Prepared Ingredients
Black beans, cooked
Buttermilk biscuit dough
Chili
Chicken, cooked and diced or shredded
Ground beef, browned
Ham, cooked and diced
Meatballs, formed but raw
Peppers & onions, chopped and sauteed
Onions, chopped and sauteed
Spaghetti sauce

Spirits

Dry red wine
Dry white wine
Port wine
Vermouth
Brandy or Cognac
Dry sherry
Gin
Rum
Assorted liqueurs
Dark beer (very flavorful when added to dishes)
Light colored beer(food for beans, drain beans then add beer instead of water)

Emergency Items:

Water (gallons)
Batteries that are wrapped up so they wont touch each other(if they do they corrode)
Flashlights
Candles
Strike anywhere matches
Water proof container for matches(so worth it!!)
Long stick matches or BBQ lighter
Lighter fluid
Cotton(pure cotton though) balls ( used for many things; used as kindling for a fire, first aide use)
Bacitracin (Most people are allergic to triple antibiotic so just use bacitracin)
Burn ointment
aloe vero ointment or gel
Bandaides (non latex)
Alchohol, Rubbing
Alcohol, spirits. Cheap Vodka is good to clean wounds and other things. Its sterile and works just as good as rubbing alcohol.
Deck of cards (in case you are with light but can't get out for a while)
Non latex gloves
Garbage bags
Sanitary napkins
Tampons, personal use
Tampons, other use(tampons have been used for so many things, they are great to have around. As you use them for yourself put some to the side for your kit. From small to super plus, a few of each is great.)
Disposable wet pads (in case there is an infant or toddler around)
Pull ups(in case of infant or toddler around)
Generator

I know there is more for this section but that is what I can come up with right now.
Last edited by mamabear on Fri Aug 07, 2009 7:21 pm, edited 5 times in total.

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Post by butterfly » Fri Aug 08, 2008 4:20 pm

:D Okay, we're all headed for mamabear's house - I think she's throwing a party!

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Post by waterbug » Fri Aug 08, 2008 4:34 pm

If I had all that in my house I wouldn't have to shop for 6 months.

Mama that thread title is a real attention getter. :lol: :lol:

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Post by butterfly » Fri Aug 08, 2008 4:42 pm

LOL! I didn't even catch that, waterbug! :lol:

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Post by mamabear » Fri Aug 08, 2008 5:59 pm

You girls are so funny!!!

If anyone thinks of anything please post it so I can add to the list. If it is an item that is unusual please also put what you use it for.
We are always in need of new ideas!!!!

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Post by butterfly » Fri Aug 08, 2008 6:56 pm

pssssst, mamabear - the subject line of the thread says Kitchen/PANTY list, not pantry - may want to edit that one unless you store other things in there! :wink:

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Post by mamabear » Sat Aug 09, 2008 2:19 am

butterfly wrote:pssssst, mamabear - the subject line of the thread says Kitchen/PANTY list, not pantry - may want to edit that one unless you store other things in there! :wink:

ROFL I am laughing so hard!!! Ok so I didn't get it the first time!!!! That just makes me laugh even harder!!!

Ok for all to see here before I edit it.... I wrote Kitchen/Panty List it should read Kitchen/Pantry List NOooooooooooooooooo wonder it caught everyones attention.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ROFL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Tank ya!!!

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Post by lovemag » Sat Aug 09, 2008 1:57 pm

Kitchen/Panty list.
Mama, you get the award. You should be in advertising, you certainly got my attention :lol:

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Post by mamabear » Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:04 am

lovemag wrote:Kitchen/Panty list.
Mama, you get the award. You should be in advertising, you certainly got my attention :lol:
(I'm taking a bow)

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Post by butterfly » Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:09 am

So, have you decided to leave it "panty list", mamabear? :wink:

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Post by Pandora » Tue Aug 12, 2008 12:31 am

:lol: I came in to tell Mama it said PANTY and I see all this in here :!:

LEAVE IT AS IS MAMA :!: :lol:

As for the pantry OH MY :!: That is some list :!:

I hardly ever come in this KITCHEN but I'm glad I did today :!: It sure gave me a laugh :!:

THANKS MAMABEAR :!: :lol:

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Post by mamabear » Mon Sep 01, 2008 1:32 am

Oh my God Oh my God Oh my God !!!!! I am JUST getting to see this again since I was checked the URL for this on the Holiday Grand Plan thread I have.

Ya know it's takes a great bunch of Moderators to know that I am sooooooooooooooooooo busy a mamabear that I STILL didn't change it even after I laughed about it when I finally figured out what everyone was sayin' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I did change it FINALLY for those that are weary to go into something with a word like that. We'll leave the panty stuff out of the Pantry.

Nope I am not embarrassed at all this time..... I've had 4 kids and you are all good sports about it. But I am going to be laughing about this for days. Wait till I tell WARFROST what I did AGAIN It will surely brighten up her day!!!!

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Post by butterfly » Mon Sep 01, 2008 2:02 am

Aw shucks, mamabear - I was hoping it was a permament addition :wink: - LOL! The pantry will never be the same! :lol:

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Post by funmumlu » Mon Sep 01, 2008 8:19 am

Aww, someone might just have to moderate those Panties back in again due to popular demand!! :lol:

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Post by LadyHawke » Fri Sep 05, 2008 9:53 pm

it CAN be done!! :wink:

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Post by waterbug » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:40 pm

That panty list has corrupted my mind. Now where ever I see the word pantry, whether it be a company a store or a brand name, I see PANTY. :? :lol:

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Post by Alice2 » Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:57 am

Well if you need coffee pods you surely need panties in the pantry!

Ya Just Never Know, ya know . . . .

Add to list:
stevia
t-sacs (for adobo spices if you don't like to chomp on them.)

And black pepper corns.

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Re: Kitchen/Pantry List (formerly Kitchen/Panty List) ROFL

Post by mamabear » Sat Apr 18, 2009 11:27 pm

Well I added the panty back in there. Was just too funny to keep out. lol

I added the stevia and Tsacs as well as muslin bags. The peppercorns were in there.

Bumping this up for Silver and for everyone to get a laugh again.

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Post by starbaby » Sun Aug 30, 2009 7:54 am

MamaBear!!! You are fuuuuuuuunnny!!! Thank you so so so much for your list, I copied and pasted it to a blank Word document and will take it with me to the store and pick up one or two of the items every time I go to the grocery store... that way, I can actually PREPARE the meals I like, without having to run out to the store and pick up that ONE thing I need!

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Post by mrs » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:14 pm

Bumping

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Post by Jasmine » Tue Aug 30, 2011 10:34 pm

OH! this list is very useful! not going to forget any item now! :lol:

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Post by susan from michigan » Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:48 pm

I didn't see vanilla anywhere on the list. Did I miss it?
You must have a HUGE pantry to store all the things on your list. Can I come and shop at your house? :-)
I have one sugestion, Whole spices last mush longer than ground. Alton Brown of good eats fame says that things like cloves, pepper and nutmeg should not be pre-ground before using. I have a small coffee grinder use just for grinding herbs and spices as needed. It only takes a few seconds to grind and It smells wonderful.
I also use those llittle metal tea balls to put herbs and spices when cooking. I used to use the fabric bags, but they were impossible to wash and I hated to throw them out.
Thanks for your list I see things that I should have on my list.

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Post by butterfly » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:06 am

I think we all know whose house to go to if we need anything :wink: ! Watch out, mrs., we're on our way - lol! :lol:

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