IP name for sale

What is a Larder?

A larder is a room or cupboard in a house where food and drinks are stored. It was traditionally used to keep perishable items such as meat, dairy, and vegetables fresh before refrigeration was invented. A larder is designed to be cool and dry, with shelves or drawers to store different types of food, and sometimes even hooks to hang meat. Larders can also serve as a pantry, where non-perishable items such as dried food, grains, and canned goods can be stored. Some modern homes still have a larder, but they are more commonly found in older homes or in commercial kitchens. Larders are a convenient way to store food and keep it fresh, and they add a touch of traditional charm to any home.