Behold The Saucepan-Melting Power Of Corning Visions Cookware!

The power of advertising.

Showing a product outdo another by simply melting the competition away is pure advertising magic.

Or science.

Yes, science.

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SCIENCE!

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In 1986, Corning introduced their new line of see-through glass cookware that enabled those of us lacking X-Ray vision (you know, mere mortals without cool powers) to view our food as it cooks away, is fully microwavable…

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And cleans up in a snap.

BRILLIANCE! Does your metal saucepan do this? I think not.

Corning also reminds you that Visions cookware makes a great gift, because it’s Corning ? that little blue flower…and a whole lot more.

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Like power, domination, the power to withstand high temperatures, and the Handle that Never Gets Hot.

COOKWARE!

Oh, and I own the microwavable version of Visions Cookware.

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Catch the power of COOKWARE…and SCIENCE!

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SCIENCE! And COOKWARE!

When Allison isn’t blowing your mind with all the ways to melt saucepans in Corning Visions Cookware, she’s the owner and proprietor of Allison’s Written Words, where she delves into nostalgia on a regular basis (and shows her heartfelt side on occasion). She’d love for you to be a friend, but will settle for you to be a follower. Won’t you? She loves her friend followers!

She doesn’t know the whereabouts of the rest of her own Corning Visions Cookware pieces.

She Blinded Me With Science

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Allison is a Secretary by day, a writer/blogger by night (and during lunch breaks and in the mornings before work), a nostalgia geek (and a geek in general), worshipper of Thor (and Chris Hemsworth), and honorary Avenger (I have a pin, so it is official).She collects Itty Bittys and Funko Pops, loves anything that takes her back to childhood, and has confessed her love for Kenny Loggins.Oh, and she listens to Chicago...alot.If any of this piques your interest, she'd love for you to visit her personal blog, Allison's Written Words, where she talks about alot of the same stuff she talks about here, and more!

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