corningware

If you saw the word Corningware in a novel, would you know what it is?

Please let me know with a comment. I'm wondering if I should just say, "bakeware" or something.

Don't know what it is and want to? Corningware is this.

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  1. unless you were writing about Corningware specifically, or calling it by name was setting up a specific mood, i would probably opt for the more generic term. it's like calling photocopies, "Xerox" copies, or a cola drink "Coke" (although that's not a good example, as Coke has pretty much become ubiquitous with cola). i suppose it would also depend on how well you know your audience, if you're sure that they would be able to make that leap.

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