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Cooking With Glass: How Pyrex Transformed Every Kitchen Into a Home-Ec Lab

Maybe your dad used a Pyrex measuring cup whenever he made pancakes, or your roommate always baked her famous lasagna in a rectangular Pyrex pan, or your grandmother had a set of the brightly colored Pyrex mixing bowls on her kitchen counter. That's why, for most of…

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