Skip Nav
Food Reviews
You'll Want to Buy (Almost) Every New Product From Trader Joe's This April
Celebrity Chefs
12 Recipes You Can Make From Alton Brown's Latest Cookbook
Disney
20 Dreamy Disney Wedding Cake Ideas to Fantasize Over
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
fuzzles fuzzles 6 years
No bacon?!? :faint: My list would be similar as well, with the exceptions of the sun dried tomatoes, sourdough bread, and pasta. I love to have a variety of oils--particularly olive--on hand, as well as several varieties of hot sauce and peppercorns.
AbbyHintz AbbyHintz 6 years
Chickpeas, black beans, canned diced tomatoes with chilis, tortillas, eggs, canned pesto sauce, pasta, rice, and frozen spinach. I can make a bunch of different dinners with those ingredients.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 6 years
Chief, bacon is always in my freezer, too! It's easier to chop that way, and perfect for those late-night carbonara cravings. ;-)
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 6 years
..keep the bread tightly wrapped in the fridge next to #11 on your list.....the versatile bacon......
mannylove mannylove 6 years
We have very similar lists, aside from Avocado & Sun Dried Tomatoes. I would add hummus and flour tortillas to mine as well, and always lots of mineral water. I just find sourdough bread lasts so much longer than most other fresh breads too.
Wewantsunshine Wewantsunshine 6 years
For me, it's mostly pasta, tomatoes (cherry tomatoes, sundried tomatoes and tomato passata), scallions, olives, lemon juice and green vegs (courgettes, sugar snap peas, broccoli...). Can you guess I'm from the Mediterranean?;-)
Kitchen Products Made From Bamboo
How to Care For Bamboo Cutting Boards
Tom Colicchio's Staple Ingredients
How to Trim Baby Artichokes
Chip and Joanna Gaines Kitchen Organization Tips
How to Save Money on Food at Disney Parks
Should You Add Olive Oil to Pasta Water?
How to Be an Eco-Conscious Cook This Holiday
How To Make Fragrance Last Longer
How to Clean Your Freezer
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds