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Any suggestions from y'all on the best dishes to use and keep in our coach? Thinking the old trusty Corelle which is all I could think of.

Thanks for any advice.

Tracy Lott
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A dish of Blackberry Cobbler with Vanilla Ice Cream would work for me.
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Coming right up!!!
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Any suggestions from y'all on the best dishes to use and keep in our coach? Thinking the old trusty Corelle which is all I could think of.

Thanks for any advice.

Tracy Lott
Corelle seems to be the "Go To" tableware for most people. Lightweight, sturdy, and compact.
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I like paper. Don't have to worry about breaking them, easy clean up, no water needed, good for starting campfires.
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Fine china , heavy silverware and real glass glasses for us
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Default Corelle dishes

Those are wonderful dishes. I like them. My wife does not. If your driver managed a too sharp turn and the cabinet door opened, throwing more than one dish to the tile floor, one of those dishes could shatter into 1.5 million VERY SHARP PIECES OF GLASS. She would not be/wasn't happy. Don't ask how I know this!
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Definitely Corelle for dishes, serving platters and serving bowls. Good flatware and heavy bottomed glass drinkware. A few folks have made organizers for their dishes and mine have never moved while traveling!
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Fine china , heavy silverware and real glass glasses for us
Same here. 26 yr old Wedding china to be exact. I didn't get a bird to travel lite.
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