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Old 27-11-2015, 15:15   #1
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Boat dishes

I am provisioning my boat and want square dishes as they stack/store better. Found square pots from SmartSpace cookware.
Welcome any ideas on what others prefer for dishes. Would like lips to avoid spillage. Thanks to any input.

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Old 27-11-2015, 15:19   #2
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Re: Boat dishes

See if these are what you are after:

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Old 27-11-2015, 15:24   #3
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Re: Boat dishes

We use rectangular ones to store in a drawer. No breakages in 5 years. Check out the stores that supply hotels, restaurants, etc., as they have different shapes and and are more robust. Same for our glasses; heavy duty glass with solid stems.
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Old 27-11-2015, 15:54   #4
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Old 27-11-2015, 16:32   #5
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Re: Boat dishes

We use square Corelle. Mr. Greenhand particularly likes the deep bowls that they make. Ms. Greenhand generally uses a 2 cup pyrex dish so that her food isn't lost in the bowl.

For glassware, we use acrylic glasses that came with boat for all of our glassware needs. Some of our neighbors have wine sippy cups, that might be useful for some folks.
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Old 27-11-2015, 21:02   #6
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Re: Boat dishes

+1 on Corelle. Thin, almost unbreakable.
Easy to clean.
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Old 28-11-2015, 06:57   #7
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Re: Boat dishes

I add my recommendation to the Corelle column. Love the square ones.
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Old 01-12-2015, 08:27   #8
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Re: Boat dishes

Another for corelle. They don't scratch, they're hard to break ( they have to hit so hard that if they were made out of metal they would have dented )
but if you manage to, they shatter almost like a car window. They come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes including square plates
with fairly high sides.

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