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@loriqvc wrote:

I've had this 1-quart dish for many years; it doesn't match anything else in my kitchen but I use it frequently for reheating leftovers and sometimes for vegetable sides:

 

70's Vintage Corning Ware Spice of Life 1 Qt Casserole image 1


We had this one too!!

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I have many pieces of Cornflower Blue pattern.  My aunt just cleaned out, so I added to my collection.  Now I have the teapots and coffee pots too 

 

Forgot to add that I have the removable handles for the pots.  

 

eta.   Yes it's Cornflower Blue.  I got the name confused with my Blue Willow dishes.  

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@BunSnoop    I have one of everything!    I had my own, and then inherited sets from both my mother AND grandma.   (And I'm not giving them up!)  di

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@BunSnoop    Here's my stovetop coffee pot.   I still use it EVERY DAY!

 

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No; never liked them. Neither then, nor now.

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I have two pieces and one lid that fits both.  Use them for leftovers all the time. 

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Cleaning is easy,even w/the burned spots. Just soak in warm and baking soda for a few hours. Burned spots should come right off.

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Cornflower Blue is the pattern shown in the first picture, I believe.  I have 3 pieces of that as well as some other designs.  Great casserole dishes.

 

 

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Yes; received several pieces when I married 49 years ago and inherited a couple of others.

 

When my MIL wanted to go back to a stove top percolator, I let her use my largest Corning ware one; got it back when she died, and now my husband uses it every day to make his tea.  

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@loriqvc wrote:

I've had this 1-quart dish for many years; it doesn't match anything else in my kitchen but I use it frequently for reheating leftovers and sometimes for vegetable sides:

 

70's Vintage Corning Ware Spice of Life 1 Qt Casserole image 1


I have a 3 pc set of this I got for a wedding gift.

 

I rarely use them...just taking up space.

 

I don't find them easy to clean at all.