In the last five months, I've found and taken advantage of a lot of good deals. But my house is not big, I have no basement, and the stockpile is taking over. Here's my stockpile. It's not pretty.
This is my "pantry," a Rubbermaid cabinet purchased years ago when we lived in a garden apartment near campus. And that stuff down next to it? That's baking supplies, potatoes, and sweet potatoes.
In the playroom, we also have this Rubbermaid tub full of cereal, cookies, crackers, and a case of tomato paste.
In the "dining room," which actually has a bookcase and a desk in it, we have all this. A tub of Halloween Oreos, juice, crackers, and pasta.
Box of cereal, flour, cake mix, and stuffing cubes.
Box of Progresso soups and a jug of peanut oil.
Beef and chicken broth, soup mix, and fruit snacks.
Box of more soups, canned green beans (the only canned veg I buy), and canned fruit.
And then there's the kitchen freezer.
And the garage freezer. That big bag on the second shelf is a smoked turkey.