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Can Corningware be used on indirect?

IllinifanIllinifan Posts: 35
edited 10:47PM in EggHead Forum
We are planning on doing some Egging this afternoon and wondering
if Corning ware can be used on the indirect. If so, what would be
the max temp?
Thankls for any help re: this.[p]Tom


  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    No problems...if under 400 degrees..I have baked breads with corning and used them for a drip pan to see what they would do...they do get smoked up pretty bad.

  • Char-Woody,[p]Are you looking forward to having a new webmaster over in the grey room? [p]Will you be spending more time there helping the new person get set up?
  • Char-Woody,Thanks for the info. That really answers all our
    questions.[p]Go Kevin at the Brickyard!!!!!!!![p]Tom

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    aka Mr. Earl , I had heard rumors, but nothing official untill TimM posted his comments. As far as Webmaster, that is totally TimM and his replacements department. My main interest in any ceramic forum is the achievements of the newbies to the arts of ceramic cooks. I do wish Tim well and good fortunes in his ventures. I was invited to that forum by the webmaster there before even I knew who it was. Also by George Samaras. Its been a good 2 or 3 years. We may see some new ideas coming up.[p] You, by the way, are doing very well with your cooking achievments. Congrats.

  • Illinifan,
    you can use corningware indirect AND direct. all depends on the temps. . ..if you have a piece of corningware that you use on the stove, that is direct heat, and it will handle equivalent direct heat in the egg. . ..i use corningware pieces for things like apple crisps all the time in the egg. . .sometimes i do them direct in the 350 - 400 degree range, with no problem. . .and they do clean up pretty easy with good soapy water. . ..

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