Ceramic Food Warmer - 93 items found


Vintage Fire King Double Chafing Dish Candle Warming Casserole Brass Ceramic
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$13.95Buy It Now: $19.00
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NewProgressive Butter Warmers Set of 2 Ceramic Warmers & Tealights NEW!
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$6.95
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set of 2 Ceramic Butter Warmers with Chrome Stands by Progressive
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$5.99
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Ceramic Sunflower Decorated Bread Warmer Tile
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$6.10
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NewNew ceramic bread warmer bored
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$15.00
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NewNORPRO 215 Stainless & Ceramic Butter, Dipping Sauce Warmers set of 2
Butter Dishes
$13.99
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Vintage Ceramic Baby Food Warmer W/ Aluminum Base by Majestic USA
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$15.00
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Antique or Vintage Ceramic Baby Food Warmer / 3 Section Dish
Bowls
$9.80
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Vintage Ceramic Bread Warmer
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$12.99
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Ceramic Blue & White Round Bread Warmer / 6 1/2 Inch Diameter / Used
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$5.30
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What is in ceramic or clay dishes that absorb Microwave energy and NOT the food?

Never, I put food in a dish, ceramic or clay nuke pasta, soup or even a cup of coffee, and the dish is so hot that I can not even touch it. And the food is still cold. I decided to start nuking or heating food in plastic. Should I be looking for some materials that do not react to microwave energy or Invertor?

Microwaves work by heating the water molecules by vibration (high frequency waves). Your flat ceramic or clay content have more water than plastic or China, which, in the microwave is heating the plate. Try dishes or glass bowls or dishes Corelle brand. They do not absorb much, if any, of the microwave energy.

Jeff H | May 17, 2007

Microwaves work by heating the water molecules by vibration (high frequency waves). Your flat ceramic or clay content have more water than plastic or China, which, in the microwave is heating the plate. Try dishes or glass bowls or dishes Corelle brand. They do not absorb much, if any, of the microwave energy.

Jeff H | May 17, 2007

When i microwave stuff in my bowls, the food never gets warm ! Does this mean the bowl is full of lead?

I heard that the radiation of lead blocks from the microwave and it "isolates" foods. I also noticed that this bowl is made in China, then it means it is full of lead.
It is a standard bowl of soup, glass, ceramics, etc.
Why are they put a bullet in my bowls !?!?!?!

Buy a new microwave ...

nicksgirly | Mar 30, 2008

Buy a new microwave ...

nicksgirly | Mar 30, 2008




Ceramic Food Warmer - Bookshelf


Warman's Disney Collectibles Field Guide, Values and Identification
512 pages
Warman's Disney Collectibles Field Guide, Values and Identification

Donald Duck, divided dish/food warmer, ceramic, 1950s, blue, remove Donald's head andjust add warm water, excellent condition, 6" d, $40. Donald Duck,figure, ceramic, Hagen-Renaker, 1960s, excellent condition, 1-1/2" h, $60.

The Victorian Chemist and Druggist
32 pages
The Victorian Chemist and Druggist

The pannikins originally had metal stands, but earlier ones had ceramic stands similar to that of the tea warmer. ... (originally an earthenware vessel containing oil and a wick, later replaced by a night light), and a lidded pannikin for the food.


Retrospect

I’ve been retrospecting the past couple of days. There is no doubt that the past year or so have seen some change in me. Will it feel even hotter than usual. I’ve also been evaluating the past year I’ve spent in Finland. A couple of days ago, M and I were wondering about the reason behind my improved complexion. As I’ve mentioned on and off here, the skin on my face is quite a pain because it gets dry but there isn’t any moituriser that won’t clog my pores. But over the past year, my complexion have improved visibly. I do not resent the extra weight I’ve put on because I think I needed it and I feel so much healthier now. I realised that, despite my best childhood friends being so far away and some favourite things being unavailable to me here, the past year had probably been one of the happiest periods in my life. I have to credit most of that joy to M. Sure, we’ve had our downs but the time we’ve spent together had really made me realised that, even though relationships (and I mean all types of relationships, not just BGRs) aren’t the easiest thing, its... After many (very very) late nights I’ve finally managed to clean up the pattern. You know, there is a reason why I would drag my feet about re-working that chart…It was quite a nightmare and I went through several versions before this one came through. I’m very glad to have managed this – I do not think I would’ve been able to pull this off 2 years ago. So I guess the past 2 years I’ve been inching along in improving my pattern writing skills. I hope to get better and better at it. So here is Xia ‘s new look:. I’ve been considering having this new version re-tested. The main design is quite the same but there had been massive re-wording, re-arrangement, re-formatting and re-charting. I did not go to town (and the musement park) as planned because M told me that the shops are mostly closed and one of the main reason this hermit would go to town is that she has errands to run, especially if involving the LYS. M had been seeing them all over the place but me, being the homebody/hermit, had not seen any (except that time when we were in the car in the countryside late at night, but that was more like a flash and it was very very dark)....

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