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Old 05-09-2011, 06:59 PM   #15
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We use a ton of spices (fresh from home) as well...I think I like cooking in the Airstream more than I like cooking at home sometimes! Great style blmitch5!

We've mixed just a little bit of vintage in with mostly modern...it's so much fun. Too bad we only have one Airstream.

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Old 05-09-2011, 07:02 PM   #16
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I suppose it's in the eye of the beholder, but our Corelle is pretty funky and works well in our retro 70's trailer:

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Great taste, IMO! (we have the same set)
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:10 PM   #17
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You've inspired me to find some groovy jars for the built in spice rack in our trailer.. maybe some cannisters too. I'm dying to cook in our Airstream, rather than on a cookstove outside.
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:40 PM   #18
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I started with this for my cilantro and brown 2008 international.
I added an occasional splash of apple red to the decor with apple themed place mats. I was thinking of the great out doors woodsy idea, corelle...
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:46 PM   #19
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You've inspired me to find some groovy jars for the built in spice rack in our trailer.. maybe some cannisters too. I'm dying to cook in our Airstream, rather than on a cookstove outside.
We love to cook and the small space doesn't slow us down. We cook in and out of the AS. We use marine cookware so lots of pots and pans without taking up space.
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Old 05-09-2011, 10:02 PM   #20
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We love to cook and the small space doesn't slow us down. We cook in and out of the AS. We use marine cookware so lots of pots and pans without taking up space.
Haha, the Airstream kitchen is only slightly smaller than the kitchen in our home- I'm pretty organized. I'm curious about the Marine cookware- I have some small Allclad pieces from my mom that I've been using with the AS, and they shine up real nice!
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Nesting cookware for marine and RV use

We picked up a set of Magma Nestable Non-Stick Stainless Steel Cookware a month or so ago and so far so good! It's very high quality (I use All Clad at home) and has such a small footprint (and the saute pan, which I use most, is on top for easy access).
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I got magma nesting cookware on eBay for a bargain! We love that set. Anything to save space.
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Old 05-28-2011, 03:56 PM   #23
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What do you think of these melamine plates, cups, bowls, and serving trays. I picked them up this week as a possible keep for our 1956 bubble?
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We picked up a set of Magma Nestable Non-Stick Stainless Steel Cookware a month or so ago and so far so good! It's very high quality (I use All Clad at home) and has such a small footprint (and the saute pan, which I use most, is on top for easy access).
We also use a nesting set of cookware...Fagor...it's stainless steel and cooks great ... came with two removable handles and plastic covers for the pans for storage. I like that the lids can be used for straining, too. We got it at Camping World but I'm not sure they carry it any longer. I'm sure it's available somewhere.
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What do you think of these melamine plates, cups, bowls, and serving trays. I picked them up this week as a possible keep for our 1956 bubble?
Where did you find them? A nice set and I have some friends who might like it. Nice!
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Old 05-30-2011, 09:54 AM   #26
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I got them at tj max. The stuff they usually get seems to be limited supply. Since my wife wasn't with me- I just bought everything in that style that they had and brought it home to ask her. We Also have a matching veggie or Nacho tray, 2 small trays and big serving tray While I was at it I picked up 3 nice cephalon pots and pans with stainless trimmed glass covers with really cool riveted brushed stainless handles. They were 1/2 price which is cool Cheers
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What do you think of these melamine plates, cups, bowls, and serving trays. I picked them up this week as a possible keep for our 1956 bubble?
Perfect! Don't forget the pink flamingo!

How about a fake palm-tree too?
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Old 05-31-2011, 12:17 AM   #28
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Great - accidentally deleted my original photos. Will try to repost when I have time.

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