ovenware


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ov·en·ware

 (ŭv′ən-wâr′)
n.
Heat-resistant dishes, as of glass or pottery, used for baking and serving food.

ovenware

(ˈʌvənˌwɛə)
n
(Cookery) heat-resistant dishes in which food can be both cooked and served
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ovenware - heat-resistant dishware in which food can be cooked as well as served
crockery, dishware - tableware (eating and serving dishes) collectively
Translations

ovenware

[ˈʌvnwɛəʳ] Nvajilla f refractaria

ovenware

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ovenware

[ˈʌvnˌwɛəʳ] npirofile fpl
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Thermoplastics with high thermal conductivities can be used to make ovenware. These containers can be molded into any shape and easily sealed for refrigeration or freezing.
some of the more shock resistant ceramic bodies ..." along with their recommended values for ovenware and Flameware clay bodies.
Eco-friendly cookware company GreenPan debuted its ovenware to the U.S.
(86) Most people do not realize that BPA is embedded in many consumer goods including the lining of metal food cans, baby bottles and toys, cavity-fillings in dentistry, microwave ovenware, eating utensils, flooring, enamels, varnishes, water main filters, and many other products.
(9) BPA is used in the synthesis of many plastics and is found in countless household items, but the ones of most concern are plastic bottles, plastic-lined food cans and microwave ovenware. Because heat and contact with acidic or basic foods can accelerate the leaching of the BPA into the food we consume, we are at increased risk for daily exposure.
Paul, who has 13 restaurants across the North West, has worked in conjunction with Dunelm to design a range of innovative utensils, pans, chopping boards, baking trays and ovenware. Find it in your local Dunelm store.
At first glance it's a no-frills product but its non-stick coating makes cleaning a breeze which is important with ovenware. A good bargain buy.
Polycarbonate is used in infant feeding bottles; tableware (plates, mugs, jugs, beakers); microwave ovenware; storage containers; returnable water; and milk bottles, and refillable water containers.
Gene & Cathy Florence's Florences' Ovenware From The 1920s To The Present Identification & Value Guide (1574324497, $24.95) packs in brands from Pyrex and Federal to Jeannette.
* Make-Ahead Solutions: Bake and serve casseroles, side dishes and desserts in GLAD OvenWare. It goes straight from the refrigerator or freezer to the oven to the table, and it comes in festive holiday colors.
The product, named dualpack ovenware, has been developed to preserve and protect delicate foodstuffs, as well as to provide end-user and environmental benefits.
The tips of the Kalumburu spears were, at this period, invariably made of milky-white glass derived from cheap ovenware. At Kalumburu, at this time, one or two older men still hunted with iron shovel-nose spears.