8.18.2006

My Pantry

I've been meaning to take an inventory of my whole pantry but kept putting it off thinking it would take forever. But finally did it yesterday due to the fact that my cable was broken temporarily and I was bored consequentially. But it didn't take long at all and I feel like a weights been lifted off my shoulders due to the organization and cleaning out of my pantry. Here is what I gots. And what I better use now that I am aware of their existence!

GRAINS, BEANS, FLOUR, PASTA
rolled oats
bulgar wheat
brown jasmine rice
brown basmati rice
garbanzo flour
farro
arborio
panko
spanish rice
kalgooksoo
nokdoo (mungbeans)
chickpeas
carnaroli
polenta
all purpose flour
spaghetti
fusili
large penne
egg noodle
soba noodle
spanish white beans
couscous

OIL, VINEGAR, HONEY, SAUCE STUFF
grapeseed oil
roasted almond oil
organic raspberry honey
orange blossom honey
wildflower honey
mirin
italian olive oil
spanish olive oil
canola oil
soy sauce
apple cider vinegar
white distilled vinegar
fish sauce
red vine vinegar
sherry vinegar
canola oil spray
walnut oil
ginger dressing
pomegranate mollasses
white wine vinegar
balsamic vinegar
marsala
rice vinegar
sesame oil
sesame soy oil
bacon bouillon
chicken bouillon
demi-glace

DRIED FRUIT, NUTS, SEEDS
currants
mission figs
california apricots
raw pistachio
sliced almonds
raw almonds
roasted peanuts
poppy seed
rosemary crackers
walnuts (f)
pinenuts (f)
raw blanched almonds (f)

SPICES
steak seasoning
fennel seeds 2 (duplicity is a good reason to keep track of your pantry. 1 bottle will probably go stale. boo.)
cayenne
seaweed powder
star anise
curry powder
ground ginger
oregano 2
allspice
vanilla extract
chili powder
juniper berries
nutmeg
saffron
coriander seeds
cumin
herbs de provence
spicy paprika
cream of tartar
togarashi
baking powder
bay leaves
cinnamon
whole red chilies
pasta seasoning
cinnamon sticks
crushed red pepper
bittersweet paprika
cumin/coriander mix
bonito furikake
pulao rice spice mix 2
indian grilled vege spice mix 2
nasi goreng spice mix
madras curry paste

OTHER PANTRY
tj pav bhaji
sardine
baked beans
menudo
beef chili
corn
tuna in water
canned chicken (my mom bought this!)
coconut milk
enchilada sauce
tonic water
tomato paste
soba noodle soup
portugese soup
roasted seaweed for rolls
dried wild mushroom
grape leaves
tj ketchup (the best ketchup ever)
spicy bbq sauce
hot chili peppers
giardinara
san marzano tomatoes
spring roll wrappers

FREEZER
fresh bread crumbs
edamame
turkey meatloaf
puff pastry shells
puff pastry sheets
phyllo
corn
baguette
fish sticks
chicken sausage
buffalo popcorn shrimp
pork belly
samgyupsal (thinly sliced pork belly)
chadolbaeggi (sliced deckle)
nengmyun
vege lasagne
brown vege curry
kimchi gook
dumplings

FRIDGE
duck fat
parmesan rinds
rosemary pecorino
grana padano
smoked provolone
grated gruyere
carmelized onion
roasted garlic

I haven't gone food shopping in a while so that's why the only things left in my fridge is cheese!

10 comments:

Grant said...

I love seeing what other people have in their pantries and freezers. I have a lot of stuff that I'm sure is way too old. I just have such a hard time throwing stuf out. I know I should go through all my spices and my freezer and just start tossing.

I have a somewhat related question. What alcohol do you have on hand? And is it stupid to ask if alcohol goes bad? For example, my boyfriend has a bottle of Pimm's that I estimate to be about 4 to 5 years old. Do you think it's bad? I have not tasted it, but we were at the Hungry Cat Wednesday night and I had an extrordinary Pimm's cup and was thinking I'd try making one at home. I should just get a new bottle, right?

yoony said...

hi grant,

i have grand marnier, vodka and whiskey. for the last year or so i've only used the a bit of the grand marnier. alcohol doesn't really go bad so you should be able to use your pimm's.

i've never had pimm's (but i do like gin) nor pimm's cup. what are you putting in there?

eatdrinknbmerry said...

yoony, this inventory is similiar to Surfas'. i wonder why???

Yoonyang said...

I would advise getting a new bottle of Pimm's. It's a bitter drink with a hint of sweetness, so I speculate that the drink may have gone bad by now. (Sadly, my Pimm's has a hard time of staying longer than three weeks in my fridge.) I love it with Ginger Ale or Lemonade. Serve with mint or a cucumber slice. Yum! Yoony, you've had Pimm's before. Remember when I served it and you claimed that it tasted like Coca-cola? Happy Pimming!

rick james said...

blue is cool... but cheese is cooler..

yoony said...

you're a genius rick james!

sarah said...

wow. impressive! my pantry is...empty. LOL. i just can't seem to keep things. i'd rather buy it the dayi plan to make it.

yoony said...

hi sarah!

i realized the pantry list looks long but i still don't have much to eat! but it's comforting to have all the vinegars, oils, and spices ready to use. now produce - that's at least a few time a week job. got it keep it fresh!

Gustad said...

how is demi-glace. in ur panty? is it some kind of instant demi-glace?

yoony said...

the demi-glace is good. it comes in a tiny tub and you thin it out w/water. i used it once to make steak sauce along w/red wine, shallots, thyme & roquefort cheese. quite yummy.