Top shelf. Confit, confit, confit, paté, paté, paté.
Second shelf. Beans, lentils, more paté, anchovies, and even a can of ready made 'cassoulet'.
Third shelf. More confit, more paté, milk, preserved lemons, and harissa.
Fourth shelf. Dry lentils, risotto rice, american rice, basmati rice, and vermicelli.
I hadn't really looked too closely at my larder recently. There are one or two things there that I'm not particularly proud of; the tin of 'cassoulet' for example; in fact when accompanied by extra charcuterie etc it's quite nice. Emergency food.
There are quite a few cans of 'baked beans', the French ones are very good; more natural tasting than Heinz 57.
On the second shelf you might even notice a tiny Tesco's Christmas pudding. Lovely jubbly.