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Old 09-16-2009, 12:34 PM   #11
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Thanks, I have done a little searching but havent found much. Maybe my key words in google are a little off. I will try yours.


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Old 09-16-2009, 03:53 PM   #12
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Well, I was just putting away the oval dishes I used for dinner the other night, & noticed for the first time - believe it or not - that there's a very faint "Corningware" stamp on the bottom. Years ago when I bought them, they were back in the restaurant supply section & there weren't any signs or labels on any of the crockery & I never bothered to examine them very closely, even with almost weekly use. Never realized these were, in fact, Corningware pieces. So I just now visited the official "Corningware" website, & unfortunately it doesn't look like they make these anymore. Perhaps that's why these were so very inexpensive when I purchased them way back when - they may have been closeout. Now wish I had bought more of them. Anyway, they were/are part of Corningware's "French White" pattern series. Perhaps you can scare some up on Amazon, E-Bay, or some similar site that carries kitchenware. Look for "Corningware French White Au Gratin Dishes". Everything Corningware proper seems to carry now are the larger au gratin dishes rather than the individual-size ones. Mine are straight-sided with fluting, as opposed to the slanting sides with handles the current series seems to have.

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Old 10-25-2009, 12:15 AM   #13
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Well, I think I found what I'm going to buy! These are cheap and big enough for a big Pot Pie. I wanted something oval for individual lasagna but couldn't find anything.

I don't really need a dozen but the price is right and if we decide to have a dinner party these will come in handy.

In case you didn't see the embeded link Tuxton BEX-1604 16 oz. Ivory Swirl Ramekin/Souffle 12/CS

feedback welcome, still haven't bought so if this brand is bad let me know.

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Old 11-04-2009, 11:48 AM   #14
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I've recently found some LeCreuset rectangular stoneware ones at TJMaxx for about $7 each.

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