by Allison Milam in How-to, September 17th, 2014
by Operation Foodie in View All Posts, January 20th, 2009
A well-stocked pantry is the key to kitchen happiness. Forget about hiking to and from the supermarket on a daily basis; a kitchen supplied with all the necessities means that you’re prepared for anything, like cooking your next meal on the fly.
With all the special diets out there, one type of pantry does not fit all. Here’s our guide to having everything on hand. In addition to lining the shelves of your pantry with nonperishables, think about curating fresh items for your refrigerator or freezer as well that are still long-lasting, smart buys. How does your stock stack up?
Just a short note…
Today, history is being made. Today, our busy Studio A is dark because our talent is heading down to Washington, DC. Everyday, we should set aside a little time to do something good for our communities, but, today, is a great day to start if you haven’t already!
Whether bringing a few cans of food down to the local food shelter, letting someone have your seat on the bus or train, baking a pie and bringing it to your neighbor, whatever. Food is the ultimate way (in my opinion) to show people that you care about their health, happiness, and well being.
Tonight, I’ll be attending a benefit for keeping New York’s food pantries stocked! Many pantries across the country are being hit hard because of the financial crunch. I cannot wait to bring in my cans and packages and mingle with like minded do-gooders.
Happy Inauguration Day!
Kendra, Operation Foodie