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I saw some Corelle plates called CAFE, but the plate did not have a deeper bowl. I need Bistro plates…..higher sides on dinner plate with a flat lip……great for serving meals with more than usual thin gravy i.e. pot roasts
I would love classic white…….I sure hope you do have something like this.. I have been a Corningware girl since 1966! Corelle is great for me as it is lightweight, strong and VERY durable, fair price….I shall stop now.
Thanks for you help
I am researching about Corning Ware coffee pot replacement parts. Do all the elements have a Corning Ware number on them??
can I use my corelle pint and quart size cookware on my new glass top electric stove using a diffuser? And if so, what type of diffuser? Would thediffuser be the same as for the corning ware coffee pot?
Can you tell me if you have any corelle dish sets out on the market right now with the soup/pasta bowl? I had the quilt pattern with the soup/pasta bowl dishes, but no longer have them. Any pattern would be great. Love the soup/pasta bowl.
I just purchased a Corning Ware casserole (white ridged) with a lid. On the bottom the number is F-5-B, 1.6 liter.
There is no indication about whether it is ovenproof or not. Is it?
My mother gave me her percolator coffee pot ( P-146 6 cup),
and I went on several site to replace the glass top.
I stumble across the recall is this coffee pot in the recall ?
I have a 6 1/2 inch Corning Ware pan, item number P-83-B. I have two questions: (a) Do you still make this item? (b) Is there a matching (or suitable) lid available for this item?
I think you should make consumers aware that the Corning Ware French White 2 1/2 qt. baking dish may be oven safe (as indicated on the bottom) but the lid definitely is NOT. I had one literally explode in my oven last night while fixing dinner. I was cooking a meatloaf at 350 degrees on a center rack and less than a minute before the timer went off in what would have been 1 hour and 15 minutes it happened. One side of the lid blew apart and when I went to remove what was left of the lid, the nob stayed in my hand and the rest of the glass fell into the meatloaf. I had bits and pieces of glass all over my oven and the rest in my meatloaf. Needless to say, everything wound up in the trash.
I will never use Corning Ware with a glass lid in my oven again.
I have two 1 qt cornflower corning ware pans that I use almost every day. I need the glass replacement lids but do not know where to purchase them. any help would be appreciated. They were given to me as a wedding gift in 1961 and still look like new except for the broken lids.