Pyrex Bakeware 4.8 Quart Oblong Baking Dish, Clear
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- Pyrex 6001040 Rectangular Baking Dish
- Pyrex bakeware is durable, transparent for easy monitoring of baking progress and provides good heat conduction for even, consistent baking
- There's no substitute for Pyrex bakeware, the original glass bakeware
- Introduced 90 years ago and made of a durable, high temperature material, Pyrex bakeware remains the ideal medium for safe, dependable food preparation
- The product is from United States
- 15-inch x 10-inch x 2-inch rectangular baking dish
- Larger dish measures 15 inches long by 10 inches wide by 2 inches deep
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A kitchen staple for more than 80 years, Pyrex bakeware is as relevant today as it was in 1915. Made of a durable, high temperature material, Pyrex bakeware is classically beautiful and versatile enough to use in the refrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave, dishwasher and on the table in style.
Pyrex was the first to create a line of glass bakeware so cooks could actually see how their food was cooking. At the time, the idea was revolutionary; now--like all great innovations--we take it for granted. In fact, these days this large baking dish from Pyrex (a company that's been making quality glass products for the better part of a century) costs about as much as dessert and coffee for two at a swanky cafe. Not a bad deal, considering it transitions flawlessly from oven to microwave to freezer to dishwasher, and, if you're moderately careful, it will last you a lifetime. This dish's 4-quart size is perfect for jumbo cakes or a casserole for a crowd. --Meg Heffernan
Top Customer Reviews
Old pyrex you could put on the open flame of a stove top to make a sauce. You can't with this new pyrex which isn't a big deal really. If you pull your 400 degree dish out of the oven it should be going onto a dry cloth or cooling racks atop your stove. Not onto a room temperature counter that will thermally shock it or onto a pool of water on your counter that is room temp. If you're roasting meats you should be adding a bit of liquid to this dish before putting it in the oven but in reality you should be doing that with all roasting meats and if you're not, I don't want to eat at your house. Our dish was on top of our stove waiting to be put away and it was dropped from the stove top the 2nd day we owned it. It didn't break or crack. I've been using it for a while now and have no problems or explosions. It's not a stainless steel sheet pan that you can use and abuse. Glassware is like Cast Iron cookware. You have to know how to take care of it, respect it and use it right.
I have never seen this happen with any of my other Pyrex...just a warning to others, maybe it's just not made like it used to be...I'm still using the Pyrex that my parents received for their wedding 60 years ago!