Of course here in America, Thanksgiving was yesterday. We celebrate like many Mid-West people with a the classic turkey dinner. I think Thanksgiving has turned into a pre-Christmas celebration. (Also Hanukkah started yesterday, so Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate!) We take it as a day of rest and good food. I pre-plan most of it and cook on Wednesday, leaving the turkey for Thursday. That guarantees I get in relaxing time with my wonderful family.
There are few tips for cooking with Pyrex. These will save you heartbreak if you follow them.
1. Stay away from foil. It can leave black marks on the dish that none of us has figured out how to get off. Instead use the lids that came with them. They can go in the oven.
|To do list: clean oven|
|We called that Marshmallow Pie. THM ate it up!|
It is just sweet potatoes.
|A perfect time to use all the fall colors.|
|My turkey looks orange!|
5. Do not deep fry in Pyrex. It will break the dish, the grease will catch fire and you will die. Please don't deep fry anything. save your waist line. (and I love greasy food, but baking you can use Pyrex and still have yummy food)
|A chance to use my Corelle napkin rings.|
Not these should be common sense. I mean the dishes are old, most 30+ years old. But sometimes it does not click and things break. sometimes friendly reminders help. And one last reminder. Never ever put your pyrex in the dishwasher. There are many ways you can get marks and grease off. PSA on dishwasher death.
I hope your holiday was wonderful yesterday. And if you didn't celebrate anything yesterday and it was just another day, I hope your future holidays are wonderful.