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Promoted 09-03-2016 by SubZero5 at 11:19 PM View Original Post
Macy's has 10-Piece Corningware French White Bakeware Set for $29.99 - 15% with promo code WEDDING = $25.49. Select free store pickup or shipping is free on orders over $50, or when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3). Thanks daisybeetle

10-piece set includes:
  • 2.5-qt. oval baker with glass lid & plastic lid
  • 1.5-qt. oval baker with glass lid & plastic lid
  • (2) 15-oz. oval side dishes
  • (2) 4-oz. ramekins
  • Stoneware bakers & dishes
  • Classic fluted oven-to-table designs
  • Dishwasher safe



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Edited September 3, 2016 at 12:04 PM by annie930ny
10-Piece Corningware French White Bakeware Set [macys.com]$29.99 - 15% w/ code WEDDING = $25.49

Free store pickup where available. Or shipping is free on orders over $50, or when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3 [macys.com])

Get a move on. Classic fluted stoneware dishes in a range of sizes move from prepping in the kitchen to serving on the table with effortless ease. The larger bakers include plastic & glass lids that let you take meals on the go or store them in the fridge or freezer.
  • 10-piece set includes:
  • 2.5-qt. oval baker with glass lid & plastic lid
  • 1.5-qt. oval baker with glass lid & plastic lid
  • (2) 15-oz. oval side dishes
  • (2) 4-oz. ramekins
  • Stoneware bakers & dishes
  • Classic fluted oven-to-table designs
  • Dishwasher safe
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valid today only
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great. thanks.
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Bought it. Thanks
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Remember this is all stoneware now, made in China, NOT what your grandma cooked with.

No stovetop, no space-age glass ceramic. No freezer, to the oven, to the table. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTVAoRbWiNw no sexist marketing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCLpI6SKdkA no classic corning ware which graced the nosecones of rockets and aircraft and iirc used on the space shuttle.

Hit up a thrift store, unless you have no interest in anything but the microwave and baking. This is 10 steps backwards compared to classic Corning Ware.
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Last edited by bonapartist September 3, 2016 at 06:27 PM
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Bought one and picked up in store
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Bought one since I feel like it's a good deal. Ready for pick up tomorrow!
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Well I went to store and picked up mine. Just out of curiosity asked the lady for the price in store and she scanned and said the store price is $49.99!
Then this is one hell of slick! Repped!
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I have this exact set for the last 6 years and I bake in it all the time and it looks like brand new. So easy to clean and very nice looking. I love them.
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Quote from bonapartist View Post :
Remember this is all stoneware now, made in China, NOT what your grandma cooked with.

No stovetop, no space-age glass ceramic. No freezer, to the oven, to the table. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTVAoRbWiNw no sexist marketing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCLpI6SKdkA no classic corning ware which graced the nosecones of rockets and aircraft and iirc used on the space shuttle.

Hit up a thrift store, unless you have no interest in anything but the microwave and baking. This is 10 steps backwards compared to classic Corning Ware.
Word. Corningware is not corningware anymore. Just crap with the name only.
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Quote from bonapartist View Post :
Remember this is all stoneware now, made in China, NOT what your grandma cooked with.

No stovetop, no space-age glass ceramic. No freezer, to the oven, to the table. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTVAoRbWiNw no sexist marketing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCLpI6SKdkA no classic corning ware which graced the nosecones of rockets and aircraft and iirc used on the space shuttle.

Hit up a thrift store, unless you have no interest in anything but the microwave and baking. This is 10 steps backwards compared to classic Corning Ware.
Someone needs to make a Top 10 list (there's probably enough, sadly, for a Top 25) of well-known brands that no longer sell their own (once reputable) goods.

These brands/manufacturers originally sold their once patented, reputable goods many, many years ago... but instead (due to varying reasons such as lagging sales, high manufacturing costs & many other cost-related reasons), now prefer to simply license only their BRAND name to these 'sub-par crappy manufacturers' that 'make' these inferior goods 'look' as though they are of the same quality as their brand name may suggest... but are FAR from the same quality as that same brand name suggests to consumers who are unaware of their impending disappointment upon learning the truth (often by way of the product failing very quickly after purchase).

Here's one example: back in the 80s/90s, quality Japanese-based manufacturer Panasonic made luxury-type, 'above average' audio/home stereo products that were supposedly overall a better product in the industry, often touted as even better than their own comparable Panasonic-branded product.

I'd say it would be like how Honda also makes Acura & Toyota makes Lexus. Makes sense now? Fast forward to the 90s and beyond. Somewhere along the way it seems, Panasonic stopped production (at least in the USA) of their Technics brand. I hadn't seen it being sold in MANY YEARS. Anyway, sometime last year, Sears was promoting these Android tablets made by... Technics. The brand name, as well as the same exact familiar font looker EXACTLY like the Technics brand/label of years ago.

I did a little research and well... I discoveres, sadly, that it was the same old crappy story, just different actors. The Technics name had been sold, I believe, outright to some BS company that makes crappy tablets & other craptastic stuff under other brand names. So VERY disappointing... and yes, kinda sad. :-(

This, IMHO, is a real American/global tragedy that affects many unsuspecting consumers worldwide. It's almost like buying counterfeit products... except the original creators of the original 'BRAND' are in on it, and actually earn a meager profit from each crappy unit sold.

There really should be a law against this practice (at least include a LARGE/LEGIBLE label on each product indicating the new owner of the brand & what the country of origin is NOW and what country it PREVIOUSLY originated from.

OK, it's late. Sleepy time. Off my usual soap box. Happy Sunday morning. :-)
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Online is $49.99 now.
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Checkout says "On Sale $29.99" but still rings up $49.99. Boo!
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