Our camping gear has always been segregated into two lots. One lot includes the cooler, grill, chairs, and chuck box (a chuck roll. in our case). These need to be easily accessible for picnicking, I keep them in the TV, but will also use them for cooking outside the PUP. The other lot formerly consisted of the bulky sleeping and shelter suff, but now all we have to bring is our pillows. I filled half the one under seat bin that doesn't hold the inverter and batteries with paper towels, aluminum foil, tp, and some additional cooking gear packed in a milk crate. The other half holds the water stuff: a solar shower, hose, and collapsible water jug (my dishpan is in the sink) My single eeny-weeny drawer has pens, paper, a digital clock, and a spare lightbulb. Towels, soap and face cloths are in one of the cabinets. But I still have lots (relatively speaking) of space left. It occurs to me that I could use some of it for an expanded pantry. The chuck roll holds only small amounts of oils and spices, but I am trying to think of what basic foodstuffs I might want to have always available.My list, so far, includes replenishment sizes of salts, seasonings, oil, vinegar etc. pastas, rice, cous cous canned tuna, corn beef hash pasta sauce salsa olives chicken broth Pillsbury Gravy Flour cereal sugar shelf stable milk ? And then, of course, I need a whisk broom and dust pan and spray bottle, for cleaning. (Question how do I clean the transparent plastic windows?) But what am I forgetting?