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Old 06-04-2017, 01:42 PM   #1
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Making use of umpteen Corningware

I was given a bunch of hand me downs from my grandmother's kitchen, including 8 different Corningware. I've already got about 10 in other shapes/sizes, and they're already one of the lesser used items in my kitchen. We aren't a big casserole/hotdish family, especially with all of the fresh vegetables we're trying to eat while actively losing weight (Alga's recommendation of MyFitnessPal was a great one). So what do I do to make these useful components of my kitchen? I can use them as serving dishes/bowls. What else?

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Old 06-04-2017, 02:13 PM   #2
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You can bake any veggies or even soup in them. Especially nice if you have any small ones for single serving. Otherwise just nice serving dishes if you don't go for baked stuff so much.
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If you already don't use the ones you have very much, I would sell the ones that don't have sentimental value and keep the ones that do.
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I use lid/covered Corningware/Pyrex dishes to store anything in refrigerator instead of plastic/wax/aluminum/baggies.
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If you already don't use the ones you have very much, I would sell the ones that don't have sentimental value and keep the ones that do.
I agree.
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I use lid/covered Corningware/Pyrex dishes to store anything in refrigerator instead of plastic/wax/aluminum/baggies.
I did this too when I had more pieces.
I use them for potlucks too.
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I'm currently using them as serving dishes, which means my bowls (which also got used for preparing the meal, and therefore disappear or must be washed) don't have to dual-purpose.
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I'm currently using them as serving dishes, which means my bowls (which also got used for preparing the meal, and therefore disappear or must be washed) don't have to dual-purpose.
My bowls and measuring spoons are always in use somewhere. That's when the corning comes in handy.
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