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Old 06-10-2016, 05:53 PM   #1
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I found the ideal plates and bowls

Hey everyone - after much shopping, I finally found the ideal plates and bowls for use in an RV. No rattling, (almost) unbreakable, dishwasher and microwave safe. And they are not some wild colors. Highly recommended by me.

http://www.nordicware.com/store/prod...t#.V1tGC_krJJR
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And Made in the USA
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Made in the USA? Nothing is made in the USA! Must be a scam!
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Believe it or not, it's true. It even has a retail store at its Minneapolis factory and I ordered mine from their website. And they have numerous other kitchen ware products.
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For the 7 yrs we FTd we used an 8 piece setting of Noritake China and Glass Tumblers/Stem Wear

I had purchased the Noritake for my Mom on my way back from Vietnam (1973)
When she passed I got the China back (1997)

So when we hit the road to travel IT went with us.........so we USED it, everyday! (2007----2013)

Now that we are back in a S&B the whole 8 piece setting is in the hutch and gets used on Holidays.

I actually miss using it
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Darn, we don't do dishes when traveling, paper and plastic for us.

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We have a set of American Flag plates we got at the dollar store we use most of the time. They don't break or rattle. We wash by hand anyway.

If we have company we get out the good Coca-Cola set.
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Darn, we don't do dishes when traveling, paper and plastic for us.

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Absolutely, Saving the Planet, one Plate at a time. .

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