pantry, larder, buttery
Meaning: a small storeroom for storing foods or wines
Meaning: a supply of food especially for a household
She made her way to a narrow barred casement that opened into the farm larder.
The grotto party are making headway into the ice for our larder, but it is slow and very arduous work.
Manoel and Benito had gone shooting in the neighborhood, and brought back some feathered game, which was well received in the larder.
Each band marched to the nearest manse, and sacked the cellar and larder of the minister, which at that season were probably better stocked than usual.
I sent two or three people to dig into the hard snow drift behind the camp; they got into solid ice immediately, became interested in the job, and have begun the making of a cave which is to be our larder.
The different webs which I inspect to study the food in the larder show me, among other joints, various Flies and small Butterflies and carcasses of almost-untouched Locusts, all deprived of their hind-legs, or at least of one.
The dry larder, which lay under the court, between the kitchen and buttery, was by degrees filled with gammons and flitches of bacon, well dried and smoked. Wheat, barley, oats, and pease were stored in the granary, and potatoes in a pit dug in the orchard.