Pyrex Food Warmer - 29 items found


NewPyrex Chafing Dish. NIB. 1.5L capacity.
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
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Vintage Mid Century Durabrass & Pyrex 3 Bowl Electric Casserole / Food Warmer
Aluminum
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HTF Vtg Mid Century BEAUMET Buenilum Aluminum Aqua Blue Enamel Pyrex Food Warmer
1960s
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Vintage Sheffield Silver Plated 3 Section Chafing Buffet Dish Pyrex Liner Dishes
Silverplate
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Vintage Silver Plated Fondu Food Warmer Set Pyrex Bowl Good Condition! Lot 23-4
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Vintage Art Deco PYREX Cast Iron Holder CLOCK Face Stand Warmer Candle Black
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
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Vintage Ornate Silverplate Chafing Dish Food Warmer Claw Feet w/ Pyrex Bowl
Cookware
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Vtg Pyrex Corningware WARMING HOT TRAY 5612-EW 6" Square Mid Century Modern
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
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Vintage Pyrex Warming Tray Corning 6" Square Electric Hot Plate #5612-EW w/Cord
Chafing Dishes & Warming Trays
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Crecent Silver Plated Warming Dish with Lid Pyrex
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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.
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CYNTHIA | Feb 25, 2010




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Piñata Sugar Cookies

After the dough balls were colored, I layered the colors in a Pyrex loaf pan lined with plastic wrap and then popped it in the freezer. I had to make my husband wedge it out with a knife (I was too chicken- I thought I would definitely ruin it). If I had used a plastic container instead, it may have come out easier, since the plastic has more give to it. The other thing you want... Except that 2 minutes before my first batch of cookies was done, I realized that maybe it wasn’t the best idea to cut HOT cookies with my PLASTIC cookie cutter. So, I scrambled, and decided to quickly cover the makeshift cookie cutter with aluminum foil. Baking 2 pans worth at a time and trying to cut them all made for some cookies that crumbled a bit. Line a container that is about the same width/height as your donkey cookie cutter (I used a loaf pan, but a plastic container may work better) with plastic wrap. If you want to alternate the colors twice (as I did) split the colored dough balls in two, layer them in any order, and then repeat in the same order. To assemble, place 1 donkey cookie with the baked bottom side up. Outline the center of the piñata body with the frosting glue (no need to outline the ears, legs, or where the hole will be on the next cookie). Put the middle cookie on top of the frosting glue and and your mini M&M's in the hole. Outline the middle cookie with the frosting glue and then place the opposite-cut donkey cookie on top (so that the baked bottom side is facing in). Let them sit for at least 30 minutes before standing them upright.





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