I have several divided casseroles for sale in my booth. They’ve been there for a while now. They are Pyrex. They have lids. They have no damage. They are not overpriced…. $12.00-$15.00.
One is a beautiful snowflake casserole shown here at the Christmas Open House last year. Everything around it sold, but not the casserole.
Another divided beauty is this Pyrex promotional casserole in the Royal Wheat pattern. It’s still waiting for a home.
I also have a Pyrex Golden Acorn divided casserole that I haven’t put out because I’m waiting for the others to sell.
So why don’t they sell?
Tell me, do you use divided casseroles?
Are they just not practical now?
Do you feel that you HAVE to put two different veggies/foods in one to justify its use?
Can’t you bake one kind of casserole in it even though it has a divider?
Wouldn’t the extra glass just make it cook better in the center?
I’m just wondering…..Please clue me in!
And I have one more question.
With all of the things mentioned above,
why did I buy yet another divided casserole just a few weeks ago?
|Glasbake divided casserole|
What’s your opinion?
You have my UNDIVIDED attention!
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