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What's so great about vintage CorningWare?

IamLaura | Feb 26, 202004:00 PM     14

My husband was thisclose to giving away all his recently deceased mother's CorningWare. When I discovered that it was older than him, and told him to pack it all up. It's mostly the common blue cornflower pattern, so I don't think any of it is particularly valuable (although I could be wrong!). I believe it dates from the '50s and '60s. I'd be happy to cook with it regularly, but I can't figure out how it's going to fit into my life. For those who like to cook with it, what's so great about it?

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