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There's an article on Cook's Illustrated that says glass pie plates may be better to bake in since glass heats more slowly and evenly than metal, so you're more likely to get a golden crust and cooked filling.
I much prefer glass - metal tends to burn. And my hands down favorites is my Emile Henry.
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I agree SKK, I use my glass pans for a pie that does not require a deeper pan but my Emile Henry always for apple or other fruit pies that can hold a lot of filling. Never disappointed with the results.
I am using glass now as my pumpkin pie bakes...will let you know about the crust...looking forward to golden brown.
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