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The rice cakes in my childhood pantry came from Quaker, but at the time there were several different companies competing in what the Chicago Tribune referred to as a “rice cake revolution” in 1986.
Anyone who has been cooking and recooking the same simple meals from pantry staples during the pandemic will understand the quest for the platonic ideal of gruel.
This is best to find out when you have a stocked pantry at your disposal.
Advocates have little hope the federal government will help, while state and local governments are strapped for cash and food pantries are being strained.
I think what’s happened is, we are moving inventory from warehouses and grocery stores into our pantries and our refrigerators.
Besides, with these three hungry visiting children, the addition to her pantry stores would be very timely.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
Behind the veranda three small rooms served for sleeping-room, kitchen, and pantry.
Here the pantry imitated the parlor, for the academician's mistress was the great lady herself.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
The crickets chirped merrily upon the hearth of the housemaid's pantry, where the remains of a fire still smouldered.
Then he walked straight to the pantry window, and shading his eyes with his hands, carefully took stock of the interior.

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