Saturday, January 14, 2012

Welcome ~

If you are looking for the only book on the design and history of the American pantry, look no further. 



No longer in print, I bought it back from my publisher, Gibbs Smith, in 2009 when it was remaindered, knowing that pantries were only just beginning to enjoy a design resurgence.

Hardbound, signed, and beautifully photographed copies of the first and only printing of The Pantry–Its History and Modern Uses available for $20.00 (including shipping and handling) exclusively from the author. Click on the "Order THE PANTRY" link, above, for more information or to order, or contact Catherine Pond at info@CatherinePond.com [PayPal or check accepted.]

Click here for the article, "The Rise of the Super Pantry," by Nancy Keates, The Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2014 [print edition out September 12, 2014].

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