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Pyrex

a. any of a variety of borosilicate glasses that have low coefficients of expansion, making them suitable for heat-resistant glassware used in cookery and chemical apparatus
b. (as modifier): a Pyrex dish
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Pyrex and CorningWare are registered trademarks of Corning Incorporated, used under license by World Kitchen, LLC.
The final auction price of $4,250 can only be justified as an investment, since that dish cannot possibly be functionally superior to any other one-quart Pyrex baking dish.
May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, May 16, 2015, the Pyrex brand, a leader in the glass bakeware industry, continued its 100-year anniversary celebration in its hometown of Charleroi, Pa.
Pyrex is the company's longstanding brand that enjoys "enormous" market share in certain areas.
Duncan McDougall, Greenock LIKE reader Annette Welsh, I bought a half-pint Pyrex jug to use for mixing my baby's feed in 1962 and am still using it.
Birmingham-based development firm St Modwen has received planning consent for the proposed redevelopment of the former Pyrex and Corning glassworks sites.
It covers everything from the humble Pyrex dish to the most spectacular glass sculptures made to celebrate the new millennium.
Harry wrote: It all comes flooding back to me now, about my mam and dad saving up all those Kensitas coupons so they could get a set of Pyrex bowls
TO remove burnt-on food from Pyrex dishes, soak them in Steradent denture cleaner and hot water.
Four hundred pounds on curtains, going right down the scale to pounds 2 for a pyrex bowl and pounds 4 on salt and pepper shakers.
Sister company Pyrex manufactures in Charleroi, Pa.
First, take a shallow heat proof bowl - something Pyrex is ideal.