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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎09-26-2010

Does anyone else get thin cracks or lines in the B&B just below the surface?  Are they still safe to use?  I had to toss the lasagna pan due to a crack after roasting a small chicken.

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Posts: 13,168
Registered: ‎10-09-2012

I did not get cracks.  However, In each of the six different pieces I had, I got those dark brown food marks baked into them. You know, the ones Rachel always says hers never, ever get? It leaves the casserole dishes very ugly looking.  No matter how much I scrubbed or soaked, they never came back to their original colored beauty.  I only used each of them less than three or four times.  I no longer use them at all.

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Posts: 5,460
Registered: ‎05-12-2012

have gone back to using good old reliable pyrex and corningware.....

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Posts: 5,845
Registered: ‎03-21-2010

@nana59 wrote:

have gone back to using good old reliable pyrex and corningware.....


@nana59 ..... ME TOO ..... they are the best!

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Posts: 2,187
Registered: ‎03-13-2010

@nana59 wrote:

have gone back to using good old reliable pyrex and corningware.....


Same here!  I bought a small square Corning Ware in a terra cotta color, white interior and no matter how much burned on stuff is on it all I have to do is run hot water into it, I toss in a dryer sheet and by the time the water is cool the stuff comes off so easily.  I rinse and put into the dishwasher and always looks great!