Pyrex Food Warmer - 26 items found


Vintage Silver Plated Double Burner Chafin Food Warmer with Pyrex Dish
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$69.97
Time Left: 3d 16h 15m


CRESCENT SILVERPLATE FOOD WARMER WITH PYREX INSERT
Other Antique Silverplate
$69.95
Best Offer Enabled
Time Left: 3d 12h 41m


VINTAGE 1986 LEONARD SILVER MFG. TOWLE CO. FOOTED FOOD WARMER W/ PYREX DISH
Silverplate
$45.00
Time Left: 1h 52m


Vintage golden wheat on yellow with copper lid/ pyrex ? food warmer
Other Collectible Cookware
$36.99
Best Offer Enabled
Time Left: 1d 3h 23m


Large Chafing Dish Food Warmer Pyrex 1233 3 qt Dish Classic Retro Platinum Read!
Pyrex
$24.99
Time Left: 14d 18h 56m


SILVER PLATED CHAFING DISH ~ CASSEROLE ~ FOOD WARMER W/O PYREX INSERT BOWL
Other Antique Silverplate
$21.99
Time Left: 20d 1h 56m


Vintage F. B. Rogers Silver-Plated Food Warmer For Pyrex Interst
Flatware & Silverware
$14.99
Time Left: 19d 17h 8m


PM Italy Silverplate Warmer w/ Pyrex Glass Insert
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$14.99
Time Left: 19d 15h 41m


English Silver Co 1 1/2 QT silverplate chafing dish w/burner & Pyrex dish
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$29.99
Time Left: 26d 23h 19m


VINTAGE PLASTIC CHAFING CANDLE BURNER WARMER & STAND BY PYREX WARE
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
$9.95
Best Offer Enabled
Time Left: 12d 3h 1m


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How do pyrex glassware products retain heat? What is it made of?

* Conditions: glass products Tupperware, with blankets, which are used to store food. How does it keep the food hot? For how long? What is Pyrex?

This if for an investigation report. I hope to be able to reach a more comprehensive report, with your help. Thank you.

Or Pyrex glass is made from silica sand ie. To maintain the element stored at the temperature of the container walls must be insulated, a poor conductor of heat, to prevent loss of heat to the air.

For the project that you might experience Pyrex and stainless steel containers.

Historybuff | Dec 02, 2006

They are made of glass! They will keep food warm for about 45min.

pitman L | Dec 02, 2006

Can you suggest a lunch bag/box that can keep food hot for 4 hours?

"My son does not like something" compressible. We therefore need to find something that would keep his lunch hot (or warm at least) for 4 hours. We will be packing items like pancakes or spaghetti - nothing really perishable. I tried a heat pack from a pyrex serving dish, but he only stayed warm for several hours.

One such product is called lunch and Go It has an insert for insulated lunch carrier and claims of the heat lasts 5 hours +. She also claims that the child can wear this with ease. To check, go here: The http://www.warmandtote.com/bagel-bag.htm

Another product that is the Zojirushi Mr. Bento Stainless Lunch Jar steel.

| Feb 27, 2010

Four hours is asking a lot, and I do not want to stay "hot" for 4 hours.The chances of thriving bacteria is too great.
Site has a facility to contact us, you might ask.

CYNTHIA | Feb 25, 2010




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Happy New Year

The freelance writing is a new thing and I will admit I never expected to be in a position where I got paid for my writing, but I am and I’m enjoying it quite a lot. In November I went hunting for the second time since I arrived in the USA, and prior to the season opener I managed to try out two variations of my new load (45gr AA2520 in a Lake City LR case with a Hornady 165gr BTSP @2. I learned a few lessons this year (always nice), but unfortunately I didn’t get a shot at a deer. There was a deer I could have taken a shot at, but elected not to. More about that later. The weather was pretty warm, a lot warmer than last year, which was both a good and a bad thing. It was good because I wasn’t freezing sitting in the stand, but it was bad because accepted wisdom has it that deer move around more in cold weather. I had been hoping to make it up to the property before the season started to scout and pick a place to hunt from, but it never happened and I arrived at the cabin the night before the first day without having seen the place in daylight. The next morning when I left the cabin at 6am I was feeling a little hungover, and without having seen the land it took me longer to find a spot than I wanted, and it wasn’t till after the sun came up that I was settled in and hunting. I soon realised that I wouldn’t get a clear shot unless a deer wandered within 20 yards of me, so I reluctantly got up and made my way to an open stand. I didn’t see anything that morning, but Amber shot her first deer not long after the sun came up. It was a clean shot at a young buck from around 70 yards. That evening I went to a stand further onto the property, and right around last light I saw a deer. When I spotted it it was on the edge of a dense patch of trees about 60 yards away and walking away from me. I could have made the shot, but after a moments thought I elected not to. In the failing light and at the awkward angle the deer presented... Even a well shot deer will run, and a badly shot deer will run a lot further. I didn’t see anything the next morning, and Amber had to leave at lunch time, so on the Sunday evening it was just me and Jason. I was quite tired and looking forward to getting home, and I didn’t want to delay that by chasing a deer around. Jason had taken a shot at a deer in the failing light and it had run. It took a couple of hours but we eventually came across the deer by searching in the direction that it appeared to be heading based on the last blood we found....

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