Borosilicate Glass Casserole Dish with Lid
Clearly the best.
Say the word “casserole” and we’re already envisioning crispety-crunchety topped, cheese-filled meals that fill our hearts just as much as our stomachs. But when it comes to the right vessel to bake it in, this one’s got all the views. Made from clear borosilicate glass (yep, the kind used for beekers and such in laboratories), it’s tough enough to withstand the oven or stove top and then cleans so-easily in the dishwasher after the last plate’s been cleared and “that was delicious” dreamily uttered.
Photography by Rocky Luten
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