[Sca-cooks] burn marks
danqualman at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 21:04:55 PST 2006
Pyrex is not designed for stove top use. Or to go from freezer to hot oven.
Corningware is. Look at the bottom of the dish to see if you can subject it
to the heat of a chasing dish flame first. Pyrex has a nasty habit of
Dan in Auburn
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Also, if you use the old camper's trick, and apply soap to the bottom
of the pan before you put it on the fire, any soot and smoke marks
come right off.
On 11/29/06, Carole Smith <renaissancespirit2 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have wiped off candle soot from pyrex using a paper towel without a
problem. Be sure to do this when the pyrex has cooled and before you put it
in soapy water. It's an easier cleanup that way.
> Cordelia Toser
> wildecelery at aol.com wrote:
> The more medieval ideas sound great, I'm just concerend about my financial
abiltity to get something new, experiment with it repeatedly and know it's
the right temperature with about a month of time to plan etc...
> Also...since the pyrex is designed for this...should I really have to
worry about burn marks?
> Everyone is raving about the all-new Yahoo! Mail beta.
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Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
Has anyone seen my temper?
I seem to have misplaced it at Stalag XXXV....
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