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Cheap but sturdy dinnerware, glassware and flatware

by FoodMan88 7 months ago

Got a recent grad being sent out into the world for his first job rotation. He needs to put together a kitchen and ne...

tim irvine

tim irvine commented 7 months ago

New dinnerware - Nevaeh by Fritz and Floyd? Williams Sonoma?

by Olivia_Oil 8 months ago

We need new dinnerware. I want one set that will work for both everyday and entertaining. Sweetheart/Wirecutter recom...

alex9179

alex9179 commented 8 months ago

Favorite mug?

by Olivia_Oil 8 months ago

I have been looking into new dish sets and have not been liking the mugs in any of them so am thinking of buying a se...

Ttrockwood

Ttrockwood commented 8 months ago

Fiestaware Question

by jscott686 8 months ago

I was in an antique shop a couple of years ago and my mother saw a piece of Fiestaware that i haven't seen since. I b...

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medlar commented 8 months ago

Removing silverware marks from plates?

by jacquelyncoffey 8 years ago

Hi, I have Noritake colorwave dishes, which I guess are stoneware, certainly not fine china, and they have dark marks...

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truman commented 8 months ago

What dinnerware do you have, and how do you rate it?

by foiegras 8 years ago

As a dinnerware junkie, I'm wondering what you guys have, and what's the best and worst in terms of durability and fu...

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damiano commented 8 months ago

old china and porcelain dishes..safe in microwave?

by erica 3 years ago

I have many dishes manufactured before there were microwaves, so no "microwave safe" label on the underside. I would...

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Inventivehomecook commented 8 months ago

Dinnerware safety--brand suggestions?

by liveforfood 10 years ago

I am in the market for some new every day dishes and I don't want to spend a fortune. But I am struck that everythin...

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nata010101 commented 8 months ago

Williams Sonoma Pantry Dinnerware vs. Open Kitchen Dinnerware?

by JulesEliz 1 year ago

I've been looking to purchase some white Dinnerware for every day use. I was all set to buy the Crate & Barrel Aspen ...

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roux42 commented 8 months ago

Dinnerware plates that can be heated in the oven

by KimM5263 9 months ago

Hello, We are looking for plates that can be heated in the oven to serve hubby's new steak recipe on. I am unsure w...

hotoynoodle

hotoynoodle commented 9 months ago

A Question Regarding Modern Corelle Dinnerware.

by rusted 6 years ago

Hi. When I moved out 3 years ago, my mother gave me some pieces of Corelle Dinnerware with the gold butterfly mot...

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Rocg commented 12 months ago

Which is the Best Flatware set ?

by JoeyPar 1 year ago

Hey guys, Help Me Out Here! My mom is turning 50 on next month. So i thought of buying her something she loves. She ...

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medlar commented 1 year ago

Any way to remove a pattern from good dishes?

by georgia1026 1 year ago

I have a huge set of Noritake contemporary china. It is wonderful, oven/microwave/dishwasher safe. Doesn't chip and...

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alexrander commented 1 year ago

Is it safe to heat plates in the microwave?

by la2tokyo 7 years ago

As someone who works in a restaurant I feel the need to plate everything on a hot plate. At home, where I have no pl...

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Oracoke commented 1 year ago

What kind of things do you serve in 6oz mini-bowls?

by FluffyKiwiFruit08 2 years ago

I ordered some Corelle dinnerware on ebay including some 6oz bowls. I assumed they'd be about the size of some small ...

The_Libster

The_Libster commented 1 year ago

Corelle dinnerware, as durable as everyone says?

by FluffyKiwiFruit08 3 years ago

I have never invested much in plates since my husband breaks nicer ones at an astonishing rate. I do have a set of 'e...

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njsteve50 commented 1 year ago

Mainstays Stoneware Lead Free?

by Shanetex 2 years ago

Anybody know if Mainstays products (their dinnerware) are completely lead free more specifically this bowl?

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Donald1949 commented 1 year ago

China dishes

by Mindi_Pie 1 year ago

Is it okay to store my china dishes in an ordinary storage unit not a climate controlled one? We already have a rente...

Mindi_Pie

Mindi_Pie commented 1 year ago

Wedgwood China Recs, Please

by mom22puddins 10 years ago

I must admit I love dishes. If I had the storage space, I'd have numerous sets. Right now, I have 5 sets that I have ...

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Indy 67 commented 1 year ago

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