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How Pyrex Reinvented Glass For a New Age

Early products included the typical Pyrex casserole dishes, as well as pie plates, shirred egg dishes, custard cups, loaf pans, oval baking dishes, cut-glass teapots and engraved dishes. In 1925, the Pyrex liquid measuring cup was introduced, though it

Cara Nicoletti, Butcher, Baker and Author

A bright-red Dutch oven keeps company on the stove with a yellow teapot. A pale-green pegboard holds the pots and pans that Ms. Nicoletti reaches for most often, and a trio of mugs dangle from hooks above the stove. Treasures, among them a vintage

Mustache cup, Pyrex, The Beatles

A: Pyrex was developed in 1912 to resist the heat shock that caused railway brakemen's lanterns to crack or break when exposed to the elements. The term Pyrex came to describe most heat-resistance glass used in the home. It was first made by the

Cooks' treasures: Family heirlooms in the kitchen - Charlotte Observer

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A cup of memories Kim Love Stump, 55, of Charlotte, wrote about the measuring cup that belonged to her mother, Betty Keeling Love . The measuring cup was a first anniversary present from my father to my mother. The only measuring cup of my childhood, it was constantly in use. I learned to cook using its lined measurements. For 50 years, it sat on the counter in my mother’s kitchen. When she died, it remained in place, greeting my father each morning. When he died, I locked their door and left everything of monetary value. But the cup. It came home with me that very day. It now sits on my kitchen counter, offering a full cup of sweet memories. Two in one Sandra Whitten, 58, of Davidson, wrote about 1960s Pyrex casserole dishes that belong to her mother, Mytrice Cotney. But one of my two 1960s Pyrex Casserole dishes grace our table at family holidays. My mother bought them so that she could prepare two identical casseroles. She would serve one at Thanksgiving and freeze the second to serve at Christmas. The dish is our traditional favorite, chicken ’n dressing. Mother worked as a clerk at the local mill office and she organized her holiday cooking to save time. The dishes and the recipe have passed to me and no holiday is without its presence. Buttermilk cornbread is mixed with herbs, chicken stock and chunks of chicken and baked to a golden brown crust and lovingly placed upon the table. From the Austrian Alps Karin Lukas-Cox of Charlotte wrote about the yellow Finnish dishes that belonged to her mother, Heidi Lukas. My mother’s yellow Finnish dishes served hot creamy stews for dinner. These dishes added to the invigorating smells and tastes that our mother spoiled us with in our tiny getaway nestled in the Austrian Alps. My mother performed magic on a two-plate electric stove in a windowless kitchen. A generation later, I relive the magic with these cherished dishes in my kitchen, although I am far from the kitchen magician my mother is. One special knife Sue Ellen Frye, 71, of Hickory, wrote about a knife that belonged to her mother, Margie... My mother always reached for her favorite knife. Often she took out her file to sharpen her knife before starting to work on the vegetables from my father’s backyard garden. My mother’s favorite knife is not there. Instead, it rests on my desk where I use it as a letter opener. Touching the knife’s handle, worn smooth from years of use, reminds me of the hours Mother spent cooking meals and canning vegetables for our family. Each time I open a sealed envelope with it, this knife peels back a memory. Well-traveled cutter Anne Osani, 57, of Matthews, wrote about the ravioli cutter that belonged to her mother, Mary Osani. It’s a small, worn, green wooden-handled ravioli cutter. It sits in my kitchen tool carousel and I see it daily. But when I see that cutter, it reminds me of the long, labor-intensive process that produced loving meals for so many. That little cutter traveled long and far from Long Island to Connecticut to Iowa and to North Carolina. When mom was in her 80s and living in assisted living, it was my job to clean out her apartment. But when it came to that ravioli cutter, I kept it like the treasure it is. Mixing up the cake Ann Gillon, 75, of Concord, wrote about the mixing bowl that belonged to her mother, Mamie Gunter Bullock. Mother said my first cake had the prettiest texture she had ever seen. I had mixed up teaspoon and cup when I added the salt. My dad teased me and said he was afraid to throw the cake out the door for fear it might hit his bird dog and kill him. The mixing bowl is cracked and pitted but I wouldn’t part with it. It brings back wonderful memories. Pure gold Lois Channell Kilkka of Charlotte wrote about a gold-plated spoon that belongs to her parents, Nelson and Rose Channell. Our gold-plated spoon comes from humble roots. My grandparents lived a simple life in rural West Virginia. When they passed away 50 years ago, family members arranged an estate sale. After the sale, my mother took one last stroll through the vacant house. On a windowsill in the back bedroom, she spotted a tarnished silver spoon. “Dad used this spoon every day to sweeten his coffee,” she.

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Cooking recipes

I'm a Little Teapot Tea
Ingredients:club soda, lemonade, lime juice, sugar, water

Teapot Cake
Ingredients:pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

Butterscotch Oatmeal
Ingredients:brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, eggs, milk, rolled oat, salt

Microwave Egg Frittata
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Vintage and Modern
Vintage and Modern

Vintage Homer Laughlin creamer "Sweet Pea" pattern; small oval green pyrex casserole dish; and modern Spode china cup. July 2012. I'm testing a new camera. It is the same model as the other one but I managed to disable the lcd monitor. It cost so much to fix i thought I'll try one from ebay. It's great so far.

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Thursday, July 2010, Pt. 1

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TeaMugRugMM18

This is my entry for Ellison Lane Quilt Modern Mini Challenge. It is a Mug Rug measuring about 7 1/2" x 9". I used a tutorial to try out machine binding, so I learned a new trick on this project. My latest mug rug is for the tea lover...funky retro teapots, teacups, and even a Pyrex bowl. The fussy cuts are from Melody Miller's linen blend for Kokka, on a gray background. I'm loving the turquoise and golden yellow together, too.

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