When I post cost information about recipes that I try out, I list some items as pantry items and exclude their cost from calculations.  So, below is a list of things that I generally have on hand and that I’ll count as pantry items.

Dried Herbs/Spices Vinegars/Oils/Sauces Whole Spices/Herbs
basil apple cider vinegar cardamom, black  
bay leaves balsamic vinegar cardamom, green
celery seed chili sauce cloves
chili powder dijon mustard fenugreek
cinnamon extra virgin olive oil mustard seeds
cinnamon sticks fish sauce whole black peppercorns
coriander honey    
cumin ketchup    
curry powder red wine vinegar  
five spice powder sambal oelek  
garam masala sesame oil  
garlic powder shrimp paste  
ginger soy sauce    
grill seasoning vegetable oil  
mint worchestire sauce    
red pepper flakes      
vanilla extract      


Cookbooks on My Shelf

125 Best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes  
30-Minute Get Real Meals    
Betty Crocker Cookbook    
Beyond the Moon Cookbook    
The Book of Latin American Cooking  
The Complete Asian Cookbook    
Complete Guide to Indian Cooking and Entertaining
Complete Thai Cooking    
The Essential Dessert Cookbook  
Express Lane Meals      
Food Network Favorites    
Good Old Grits Cookbook    
The Healthy College Cookbook    
The Market Fresh Cookbook    
The Middle Eastern Cookbook    
No-Cook Pasta Sauces    
The Pancake Handbook    
Rachael Ray’s Big Orange Book    
Rachael Ray’s Open House Cookbook  
Serendipity Sundaes      
Vegetarian Pasta      

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