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I have been trying to decide which kind of dishes to bring with us. We are going to be full-timing as soon as we sell our house. I love to cook and I love dishes. I know I can't bring all my dishes with me, (I have 6 or 7 sets of dishes). My question is which kind of dishes do you use. Plastic, Corelle, Glass or paper plates?Thanks for your input.Ginger
Bill Joyce, 40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing a 2012 AWD Chevy EquinoxJournal at http://www.sacnoth.comFull-timing since July 2003
I love to cook also and i sold all my heavy dishes when we went full timing. Mainly because they were heavy and didnt fit well. I have used plastic and hate it with steak knives. We do use paper plates and plan to get Corelle Ware soon when I find what I want. I have had to revamp my kitchen for this life style. Most ovens are small and stove tops are 3 burners in our RV with that said I am finding more kitchen items that are working well.southwestjudy & Bob & 2blackdogs
Joe Sherri and Kris living in a Open Range Lite 308BHS. 2500 Dodge Ram Diesel http://speedysgreatadventure.blogspot.com/
We use Corelle because we didn't like the staining and marring (e.g. steak knife cuts) of melamine plastic. There is one small down side to Corelle. It will break if it takes a hard enough fall. When it does it detonates into large pieces, but many small shards of glass flake off from the break, some so small they are hard to see.Our first couple of months into fulltiming I replaced several pieces because I had not stored them securely.