Dusting off the fancy china and using it

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I recently unpacked and begin to finally use my Grandma’s china set after
many years in storage.  I was unsure of how many years until I unwrapped
pieces in newspaper from 2005.

 

I will be sharing the story behind her china set soon.  Today however is
all about keeping those favorite dishes, platters, glasses and pans safe
between using, scrubbing, and drying.  I know we all tend to want to just
stuff the dishwasher full and forget about the contents, but there are truly
a few things that should not go in the dishwasher.  I have lost more
pretty wine glasses and warped nice cooking pans this way and finally
decided it’s time to just get a proper dish drainer.

 

The timing could not have been more perfect when I had the opportunity
to try out the by Rubbermaid Dish Rack recently.  Being a little picky about what sits
on my kitchen counters (and by this I mean attempting to control the
population of stuff that piles up every day) I wanted something that looks
stylish and non-wonky.

 

 

I love it, and having a sturdy dish drainer to place my favorite
pieces in is just what this girl needed to stop putting them in the
dishwasher once and for all.  And I also took advantage of the Target Cartwheel
card holder special offer: 15% off this Rubbermaid Deluxe Drainer, which I
downloaded on my phone and used in store.  Super easy!!

 

 

I can’t wait to share the reveal of my Grandma’s full china set, and the
story about the amazing woman who passed them down to lucky me!!

 

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Comments

  1. Crystal Nell says

    Beautiful china. Our pastor two weeks ago challenged us to start eating our dinner of our china instead of just letting it collect dust in a cabinet. Can’t wait to hear the story.

    • Thank you Crystal, I have always loved it since I was little. What a great challenge from your pastor!! Have a wonderful weekend-

      xo, Tanya

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