Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pantry n.

1. (Aus./US) the stomach.

[Aus]Bell’s Life in Sydney 20 Sept. 3/2: He [...] made another tremendous charge with his block, catching the mad’un in the pantry, which caused him to make an immediate deposit of all the luxuries contained in his storeroom.
[Aus]Kerang Times & Swan Hill Gaz. (Vic.) 3 June 4/1: Thus a swaggy is left empty, with his pantry full of wind.
[US]G.V. Hobart Jim Hickey 12: Remember those nice white door knobs we ate for breakfast next morning? [...] I’ve got it in my pantry yet.
[US]Van Loan ‘Sporting Doctor’ in Taking the Count 56: Stick a few good hard wallops into his pantry.
[Aus]Healesville & Yarra Glen Guardian (Vic.) 4/4: It came across that court and hit me pair in the pantry.
in Wisconsin News cited in Zwilling (1993).

2. (US black) the vagina.

[US]Sara Martin ‘Squabbling Blues’ [lyrics] I got peaches in my pantry, / Apples hanging on my shelf, / I got peaches in my pantry, / Apples hanging on my shelf, / I’m getting doggone tired of sleeping by myself!