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no, it is too fragile and has not been 'tempered' to withstand high temperatures. YES!! The Corelle website says that it is oven safe in a PREHEATED oven to 350 degrees. Ref: http://www.corelle.com/index.asp?pageId=28
The Corelle company operates outlet stores that offer lower prices than typical retail stores. One can locate these outlets from the Corelle website. If that is not an option, one can try eBay or local thrift shops.
Corelle stopped manufacturing the Corelle Ultra in 2008, according to my online research. If you are looking for heavier and more durable dishware made by Corelle, Target stores sell Corelle Pro. Shopworldkitchen.com sells other types of Corelle dishes and has a link to assist you in finding outlet stores that sell Corelle products.
Corelle Banjoman is 5' 10".
Corelle Banjoman goes by Banjo.
I've put ceramic bowls under the broiler on "High" for ten minutes or so, and I haven't had any problems.
The Corelle Outlet store was established in 2013 ago to help people find discontinued or hard to find patterns on Corelle dishes and cookware. There are sites that list all the available Corelle stores.
You can browse different designs of Corelle dinner sets online at the Corelle website. Once on the website, you can browse by style and view all available designs of Corelle dinner sets.
To the best of my knowledge no Corelle dishware is made of melamine. Melamine is a kind of plastic. Corelle dishes are made of a kind of glass.
The Corelle coordinates can be learned about by visiting a kitchen retailer or a large retailer that carries a variety of cookware. The Corelle name in cookware is well known for its quality and these kitchen and cookware retailers have publications about the history of the Corelle brand.
Corelle Banjoman was born on February 23, 1971, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.