Plastic or paper and stainless tableware. For short trips we tend to stick with paper to allow for more camping time. On longer trips what we use it is more or less based on what we are eating for that meal. For glasses and cups it is all reusable plastic or metal.
2015 F150 Ecoboost
2014 Palomini 142 CK
We use Corelle for foods required to be cut with a knife and good quality paper plates for sandwich type foods. We use stainless silverware always. For cold drinks, we use retro aluminum cups and for coffee, we use thermos type cups.
2016 Flagstaff Microlite 23FBKS
2016 F350 6.7L LB CC Reese 28K 2014 Chaparral Lite 266sab
"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." 2014 19 days camping 2015 17 days camping201620 days camping
I bought the nice clear acrylic juice glasses, drinking glasses, wine glasses and plates to use in the camper. The only thing I haven't found is the nice acrylic bowls to match. We use stainless silverware because I really can't stand plastic eating or serving utensils.
Corell plates & bowls each separated with a disk of the anti slip mat circles. Regular glass drinking glasses sat on the anti slip mat and normal coffee cups on the same stuff. We also carry a couple of stainless steel travel cups that are virtually indestructible and for our personal use. Regular SS flatware. Serving dishes are the same corral. Never had anything break in eight years.
X2! Corelle is the best if you like to eat on real plates and bowls. The anti-slip rubber material is great for shelf liners and between dishes.