Shop World Kitchen: PYREX No Leak Lids 12-pc set - $15.99

Shop World Kitchen is offering this PYREX® No Leak Lids™ 12-pc set for $19.99, but you can get $4 off when you use coupon code Z03503 during check out. Shipping  for this item is $6.95 and if you are planning on giving this item as a gift should arrive in plenty of time. I am personally a huge fan of PYREX and have a set similar to this myself. This stuff is so durable and long lasting it is used in professional kitchens.

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PYREX® 12-pc No-Leak Lids set eliminate accidental drips, drops and dribbles, making them perfect for keeping and carrying soups, sauces and salsas that slosh. The airtight seal keeps food fresh, while a microwave vent allows neat heating.

  • 12-pc set includes (3) 2 cup round, (2) 4 cup round and (1) 7 cup round w/ plastic lids
  • Leak proof and air tight seal for secure storage
  • Vents for microwaving
  • Lid tab for easy open and close
  • BPA-free plastic
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe

Pyrex is a brand name for glassware, introduced by Corning Incorporated in 1915. Originally, Pyrex was made from thermal shock resistant borosilicate glass. In 1998, Corning sold its consumer products division which subsequently adopted the name World Kitchen. Pyrex kitchen glassware manufactured and licensed for sale in the United States is now made of tempered soda-lime glass at the World Kitchen facility in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Pyrex products for the European Union continue to be made of borosilicate glass in France. Pyrex laboratory glassware is also still made of borosilicate glass. According to Carroll Gantz, Dr. Jesse Littleton of Corning discovered the cooking potential of borosilicate glass by presenting his wife with a makeshift casserole dish made from a cut down Nonex (a low expansion glass developed in 1908 by Dr. Eugene Sullivan) battery jar. Corning went on to remove lead from the formula, and Pyrex was born.

Pyrex glass is used in kitchens worldwide in cookware. Over the years, such Pyrex bowls and dishes came in dozens of patterns, some in solid colors and some in patterns applied to various colored backgrounds. Another major use is to make clear or amber lids for the various CorningWare dishes. Other lids were rectangular starting with the letter "P", oval starting with the letter "V" or round starting with the letter "L" to fit refrigerator jars, skillets, sauce makers, mixing bowls and serving dishes.