Glass Cookware

7 Plastic-Free Storage Options for a Greener Kitchen

Having a green kitchen means many things: composting, using food scraps to fight food waste, and eating less meat among them. How you store your food also factors in, and there are plastic-free storage...

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Lids that fit Falk

by Libranflight 5 years ago

I have gotten a few pieces of Falk copper cookware, but not lids, as they are expensive and not included on any sales I have seen. Since I do not cook on lids, I have decided to look for heat insu...

Microwave safe glass getting too hot

by rancher 9 years ago

I've been making hot tea in microwave safe glass measuring/pour cups for many years. Usually Pyrex brand. I put in about 3 cups of water, a tea bag, and set it for 4 minutes, finish, take it out,...

Fish baking vessel

by harrism 5 years ago

We're hoping to eat fish more often, and to learn more ways of preparing it. I want to start with baking, braising, or other oven methods. I can't find any sort of consensus on what material is bes...

Glass cookware?

by Effex 6 years ago

Anybody uses glass cookware? Do they make glass frying pans? Looking for a healthier option than ceramic. Thanks

At What Temperature Does Pyrex Self-Destruct? (moved from Home Cooking)

by niki rothman 14 years ago

Hi Chow-Chefs! Rothman dinner plans tonight include chicken thighs, rosemary, whole cloves of garlic, and lotsa chopped onions all sprinkled with truffle oil - and all mixed together nicely and ...

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