ovenware

NOUN
  1. heat-resistant dishware in which food can be cooked as well as served
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How To Use ovenware In A Sentence

  • You'll also see hand-painted vases, Toby jugs, majolica, and willowware, examples of Pyro (the first ovenware), royal dinner services, and sculpture by modern artists.
  • Place in ceramic ovenware dish, cover with plastic wrap and place in a 225 degree Fahrenheit oven for 12 to 15 minutes. Celebrity Chefs' Healthiest Meals
  • Who's complaining when it's next to the Le Creuset ovenware? Courtney Cachet: Confessions of a Home Goods Addict
  • Glass such as Pyrex (used for test-tubes and ovenware) is usually based on boro-silicates or alumino-silicates, which withstand heating better and typically have a higher glass transition temperature. Archive 2005-09-01
  • Grease a 15 11 3-inch metal or ovenware casserole. The Summer of My Greek Tavérna
  • The worse smell came from a transparent ovenware container on the top shelf. A THIEF OF TIME
  • Glass such as Pyrex (used for test-tubes and ovenware) is usually based on boro-silicates or alumino-silicates, which withstand heating better and typically have a higher glass transition temperature. Archive 2005-09-01
  • Was cleaning up from Irish Soul Food* for lunch, and dropped Wife's big ovenware glass dish. The return of February
  • From the amazing All-Clad pots and pans to the ludicrously expensive cast-iron Le Creuset ovenware, his kitchen accouterments are all top drawer. weapons of massdistraction › Easy As Pie
  • Corning ovenware, or some other ovenware for casseroles - round means no crunchy corners, which is nice half-sheet pans. Popular Posts Across MetaFilter
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