And the side dishes are going to be mostly true to the American larder as we understand it.
You have taken to gnawing on dried pasta, the only thing left in your larder after days of gorging.
At home, war has focused their attention on that most Ukrainian of treasures: a larder of homegrown preserves.
After these preparations the corpse was placed in the larder.
They had netted some white-fish over night, so their larder was freshly supplied.
He turned out his drawers for the articles, and then went downstairs to ransack his larder.
His flock never allowed his cellar or his larder to become empty.
Twice as much as I am eating now would clear your larder, dear madam.
An inward cellar within the buttery, which may serue for a larder.
And something must be done this very day to 49 put food in the larder.
c.1300, "supply of salt pork, bacon, and other meats," later in reference to the room for processing and storing such (late 14c.), from Anglo-French larder, Old French lardier "a place for meats," from Medieval Latin lardarium "a room for meats," from Latin lardum "lard, bacon" (see lard (n.)). Meaning "department of the royal household or of a monastic house in charge of stored meats" is mid-15c. Surname Lardner "person in charge of a larder" is attested from mid-12c.