Saturday, November 8, 2014

WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT OUR CORNINGWARE?



CorningWare inventor S. Donald Stookey dead at 99

Accidental discovery produced heat-resistant ceramic glass used to make millions of casseroles

Dr. Don Stookey prepares to expose an image to ultraviolet light. Stookey, who forever changed cooking with the invention of CorningWare, died Tuesday at an assisted living center in Rochester, New York. He was 99.

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