|The cake is a lie!|
On a more serious note, one of my favorite pieces of dishes to eat on are old surplus stainless steel mess trays and vintage melamine cafeteria trays from the 60s that I found at a antique shop.
Dog licks 'em clean, air dry on the counter.
King Ralph is a tyrant. . . . . . . . Down with King Ralph.
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God bless America.
I like the glasses at Pizza Hut. So I talked them into selling me a couple.
My dinnerware matches the motif of the rest of my home furnishings. Early Garage Sale.
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
I have four Texasware melamine plates wich I use daily, I have eaten from them since I was a toddler, still my favorite.
|His diet consists of black|
coffee, and sarcasm.
But I'm thinking about going to the Goodwill store down the street later today and seeing if that service for four for $6.99 is still there.
|Savor the limelight|
Good beer, great gun, tasty steak and you saw the plate? This message has been edited. Last edited by: trapper189,
Up until two months ago we used Corelle that my wife owned before we met. Over 36 years of use. Perhaps the dishes are less than beautiful but that lets the food take top billing. The new stuff is nice, Pfalzgraff this time.
I think our dishes & glasses came from laundry soap boxes or when dad would fill up.
We use the finest Dixie paper plates that they offer.
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I have a cabinet full of dishes old and new, a draw full of flatware, a cabinet full of glasses, cups, mugs.
Yet I eat about 90% of my meals out of old Corningware dishes, drink out of a stainless RTIC tumbler and eat with a metal spork and a pocket knife.
I live like a hobo, like I'm camping full time.
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
|I can't tell if I'm |
tired, or just lazy
They seem to do OK if you just lightly rinse them.
"The problems we face today exist because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living."
Me too. Except that most of my Corelle pieces are all white – the “pattern” that’s always available, even today.
I especially love my old Corelle coffee cups – the ones with the wide hook handle. So comfortable to hold, and they stack far more compactly than any other ceramic cup. Drinking coffee from one right now. After Corning sold the brand (to Chinese?), this style of cup was no longer available.
Look about you.
|Membership has its privileges|
I like our plates.
Niech Zyje P-220
|Drill Here, Drill Now|
My Mom bought an interim set of dishes (much to Dad’s chagrin) after she retired the dishes they received as a wedding gift. They were white Corelle. After about a year, Mom bought a set of expensive flowery dishes and the Corelle disappeared.
A couple years later, I get my first apartment and Mom hands me a box of white Corelle dishes. I added 4 place settings to it from Walmart and have been using them for 24 years. In that time, I’ve only broken one and that was because I turned on the wrong burner on the range and the plate exploded.
I have less than $2/year invested in my dishes and couldn’t be happier. I spend my kitchen money on German forged knives, and Thermoworks thermometers.
Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity
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It’s Fiestaware here.
I managed to break a bowl by dropping it on a tile floor. They are difficult to break, but when they do, it’s a sight to behold.
“I can’t give you brains, but I can give you a diploma.”
— The Wizard of Oz
|Stop Talking, Start Doing|
This is an excellent bitch
Mind. Over. Matter.
|Rumors of my death|
are greatly exaggerated
Me thinks you have a little too much spare time on your hands. Or how about a nice pic of your fine china with a perfectly cooked hunk of beef or whatever properly displayed.
"Someday I hope to be half the man my bird-dog thinks I am."
|Savor the limelight|
Ha! As a kid I thought those were the coolest glasses. The transparent red, fine pebble texture on all but the 1/2 around the rim. They were fancy, of course I was 8 at the time. When I started driving and paying for gas, I graduated to a nice set of Green Bay Packer glassware from the Mobil station.
|Just because you can, |
doesn't mean you should
I have my dog for that.
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