a brand name for any of a class of heat- and chemical-resistant glassware products of varying composition used for cooking.
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How to use Pyrex in a sentence
Pyrex offered the first temperature-resistant glassware to consumers more than 100 years ago.
Whether it’s the resurgence in the mid-century modern aesthetic, a collective obsession with all things vintage, or the fact that many believe in its superior quality, there’s no denying the enduring appeal of Pyrex.
With the introduction of Pyrex, home cooks could now prep, cook, serve, and store their favorite dishes all in the same bowl.
Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Pyrex continued to produce new colors and patterns for its glass at an impressive clip.
Those initial colors were selected by Lilla Cortright, head of the Pyrex test kitchen.
Season the venison with salt and pepper and put it into a nonreactive bowl such as a Pyrex dish.
To cleanse our palettes, we sniffed chopped watermelon, cucumber and canned corn held in Pyrex containers throughout the lab.
Break out the Pyrex—the casserole, America's classic hard-times dish, is hot again.
It has been found that it imparts a violet red tint to the Pyrex tubing after the latter has been used for a few combustions.
Butter a square Pyrex pan and put in the graham-cracker dust to make,a crust.The Complete Book of Cheese | Robert Carlton Brown
Over the whole pour some melted butter, cover the casserole, (or Pyrex plate) and put it in the oven with a low fire.The Italian Cook Book | Maria Gentile
The two bounders stood there, encased in heat-resistant Pyrex pants, expecting the natives to make things hot for them.The Sloths of Kruvny | Vern Fearing
British Dictionary definitions for Pyrex
any of a variety of borosilicate glasses that have low coefficients of expansion, making them suitable for heat-resistant glassware used in cookery and chemical apparatus
(as modifier): a Pyrex dish
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