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Old 04-19-2015, 05:37 PM   #15
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Keep the cookware you prefer to cook with. We eat and cook the same in the RV that we do at home, so we have much of the same type of stuff including our cast iron. I am lucky though, the DH cooks more than I do☺️.
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Old 04-19-2015, 11:26 PM   #16
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I gave up a lot of my kitchen eqt but not the important stuff. If it fits keep it. I have a crockpot, electric soup pot, a coffee pot, and a bread maker. I am careful to get rid of the things I don't use. If you like to cook and use it keep it. It is not "fun" making do day after day. So far I still love to cook.
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Simple answer....NO you can't keep them. I'll pm you my address and you can send them to me....all 18 pounds.
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Old 04-21-2015, 11:28 AM   #18
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This one made me laugh...

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Simple answer....NO you can't keep them. I'll pm you my address and you can send them to me....all 18 pounds.
Thanks for the laugh on this one!

The nice pan set is going with us into the 5er. Hubby says he was actually more concerned with "will it all fit" than with the weight issue. I think there is plenty of storage space in the kitchen.

We pick up the 5er tomorrow!!! It will be awhile before we begin loading things into it and organizing where it all goes. Hubby and I are both pretty organized so it shouldn't be all that bad.

Thanks everyone for all your great responses.
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I'd keep all your cook ware. Wife got rid of so much now is slowly buying it back.
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