Definition of pantry
1 : a room or closet used for storage (as of provisions) or from which food is brought to the table
2 : a room (as in a hotel or hospital) for preparation of foods on order
Examples of pantry in a Sentence
homemade jams and pickles are stored in a separate pantry off the kitchen
Recent Examples of pantry from the Web
One day later, Rob and Chyna give fans a tour of his pantry, which apparently includes healthy things like Raincoast Crisps and Irish Oatmeal.
And people using the Northfield Township food pantry will get a different kind of break from the market July 12, with the help of its patrons.
The event will help stock the shelves at food pantries in Frankfort, Crete, Monee, Wilmington, Lockport and the Fairmont community just outside of Lockport.
The food was shipped to pantries in areas of Will County where summer lunch programs or poverty rates are a concern, Oprzedek said.
Off to the side of the kitchen, normally a pantry or a laundry room, was the place Denis wrote.
Readers want to know: Can coriander seeds in the pantry be planted to produce cilantro.
Interning at the food pantry left a mark on me forever.
The establishment of The Cupboard (the new kosher food pantry of GJFS) expected to open this summer and other GJFS projects will expand the services offered to Holocaust survivors and seniors in Broward County in 2017-18.
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PANTRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pantry for English Language Learners
: a small room in a house in which food is stored
PANTRY Defined for Kids
Definition of pantry for Students
: a small room where mainly food is kept
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