- n. A kind of heat-resistant glass.
- See Pyrex (Wiktionary)
“The cheap pyrex is easier to handle and already has the measurements.”
“Layer whole Marias in pyrex dish, then pour part of milk mixture over.”
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“What I can't understand is what drove a couple on a combined salary of £100k to claim for such trivial things such as pyrex bowls, salt and pepper sets and even an £2.50 ironingboard protector from the taxpayer.”
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“Did u bake them in these pyrex bowls? make great single serving portions!”
“Glass/pyrex retains heat differently than metal does (usually retains more heat so can potentially hotter and longer), so my preference would be not to use a pan made with two different materials like that.”
“All you need to make a double boiler is a mixing bowl (preferably glass/pyrex or metal) and a saucepan that the bowl will fit on top of.”
“I got my 6oz pyrex bowls to be used to make baked puddings and I use them constantly!”
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