Closest to the door are the everyday essentials, tea, herbs and spices, breakfast cereal/oats, nuts and seeds. We have a few empty jars here, they're usually all filled with cereal or oats but at the moment one jar of each is enough. We're also using broken mixed nuts, easier to store together. Dried herbs and spices are one thing I've really cut down own, I used to love having a large assortment of different blends and so on, at the moment our meals are quite simple, so a slimmed down spice rack is fine, there's still a wide enough choice for all manner of flavour combinations.
Above that are the tins, again a small selection at the moment, I do like to have a variety, but not just now, in the jars are red and green lentils. We tried Branston beans for the first time last week, they got the thumbs up from both of us, and as they're cheap so much the better.
Dried things, an empty jar where pasta would be, we don't eat pasta all that often but I love it when we do - I always weigh out my portion otherwise I'd eat half a bag! We're still eating the brown rice I bought months ago for £1 a kilo at Home Bargains - it looks like this is a product they generally stock at this price, so it's worth a look if you have a store nearby.
Assorted stuff, we don't usually buy Heinz ketchup, but it was the cheapest at the time, we also have a couple of tins of soup for emergencies. The yellow pea flour was a very good purchase, I use it in the same way as gram flour, great for fritters, bhajis, Yorkshire puddings and things like that.
Dan's bread making stuff, and spare things like oats, teabags and nuts
It has been a really worthwhile exercise to get to know what we really do want and need to keep in stock, what we're replacing as soon as it runs out and what gets overlooked even when the pantry is my focus.