Anchor Hocking Glass Bowls & Platter


Anchor Hocking Glass Bowls & Platter

MAKE YOUR FRUIT LOOK FANCY!

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Fancy Cheese Plate??
:drooling_face: :cheese:

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Yes! Very fancy. Deluxe even lol.

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I kinda want these but I have too many bowls.

Bowls, blankets and fuzzy socks are my hoarding items of choice.

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COME VOTE IN THE DEALOMETER PEOPLE

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I really need a new set of nested mixing bowls with pour spouts, but I want ones that are also microwavable (for recipes that need melted butter and such - why dirty an extra bowl).

They all have the silicone bases, and say not to microwave.

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Have you looked for a ceramic set?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HHTXSCJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_YMK3290BZ53TXT1X6G0A

These are cute but they might be heavy.

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I did! Although it doesn’t appear to have moved much since I voted a few hours ago :frowning:

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Thank you, but yeah, that’s the dilemma - the weight would be tough when I have a flare-up of arthritis in my hands.

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Glass would be heavy and slippery too.

I have a set from Walmart that I love but they don’t have spouts.

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If I’m gonna get (heavy) ceramic, this is the set I’m saving up for!!

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The little pug chef is pretty cute too.

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And of course, the XL bowl too :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: -

They do 20% off sales a few times a year, which would just about cover the shipping from London.

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I like the plastic nesting bowls with the rubber rings on the bottom. I used to use old Corning ware bowls but they’re heavy.

I have the Oxo version of those. But the ring is what makes them not ok for the microwave.

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Those are adorable!

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OMGeeeee!

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It’s worth dirtying another bowl to not have to lift a set of glass bowls above my head repeatedly.

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Right??? :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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