Corning Ware casserole dish – ‘Cornflower’ blue

This photo on Facebook generated a lot of nostalgic memories. Many are still using those.

kitchen nostalgia

CorningWare, also written Corning Ware, was originally a brand name for a unique pyroceramic glass cookware resistant to thermal shock. It was first introduced in 1958 by Corning Glass Works. CorningWare can be used directly on the stovetop. …

Production of the original pyroceramic glass version of CorningWare in the United States ceased in 2000 …

n 2009, the stovetop line of CorningWare was reintroduced by World Kitchens. The cookware is manufactured by Keraglass/Eurokera (a subsidiary of Corning also specialised in vitroceramics for cooktop panels and equipment for laboratories) in Bagneaux-Sur-Loing, France. This is the only factory in the world still manufacturing vitroceramics (aluminosilicate glass) for cookware. …

CorningWare is sold worldwide, and it is popular in Canada, United States, and Australia.


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