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larder

A room where food is stored.
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He could not offer them fish, but he had something else in his larder.
Some had no spare room, some had a larder less well stocked than usual, some had sickness in the family, some were "unequally yoked together with unbelievers" who disliked strange ministers.
While engaged in this and other talk, night overtook them on the road before they had reached or discovered any place of shelter; and what made it still worse was that they were dying of hunger, for with the loss of the alforjas they had lost their entire larder and commissariat; and to complete the misfortune they met with an adventure which without any invention had really the appearance of one.
The next day, 11th February, the larder of the Nautilus was enriched by some more delicate game.
Ben Jones, also, killed a fallow deer and a wolverine, and as they were enabled to carry the carcasses on their rafts, their larder was well supplied.
The bank of kitchen larders is custom height storage by Xylo Cleaf that conceals a fridge, oven, steam oven, coffee machine, freezer, larder cupboard with pull out drawers and pull out bins.
The Year of Natural Scotland 2013 presents visitors from the Gulf with the ideal opportunity to immerse themselves in Scotland as they experience the rugged scenery of the Highlands, the splendour of the national parks, the freshness of the natural larders, and the welcome from people who passionately care about their home terrain.
Essex Larders, which produces a premium range of pies under the banner of Pyes Real Pies, was among the top award winners at the Fine Food Retailers' Great Taste Awards.
Inside, the rats tunnel and make several chambers, one typically cushioned with moss and chewed twigs for sleeping and others for larders and a latrine.
The larders they build up underground during autumn will ensure plenty of food in winter.
And as well as preferring age-old methods, the majority keep cluttered larders - often hanging on to items until they are years past their sell-by dates.