Like other contemporary writer-chefs such as Alice Waters, Reusing also makes the case for a pantry renaissance.
At the corner store or in the medicine cabinet or next to the bread in the pantry—all seem closer at hand than black market pot.
Donate money or food—or your time—at a local shelter, soup kitchen, or pantry.
early 14c., from Anglo-French panetrie (Old French paneterie) "bread room," from Medieval Latin panataria "office or room of a servant who has charge of food" (literally "bread"), from Latin panis "bread" (see food). Sense in English has evolved so far that its roots in "bread" are no longer felt.
The stomach; breadbasket: another real fine left to the pantry (1950+ Prizefight)