Let's start with what I consider the utmost in praise for Vintage Corningware. There is no one, other than maybe Julia Child herself, that could elevate pyroceram to such a degree as this man. Yes, it's James Beard... As in THE James Beard... He produced a small paperback cookbook pamphlet of selected recipes utilizing Cookmates and "The Counter that Cooks" that was titled "James Beard Cooks with Corning" (1973). Straight forward and to the point, just like the man himself. No mincing words, just mince the onions.
Pamphlets, brochures and booklets are all well and good, but lets get into some actual Cookbooks.
First we have Cornelius O'Donnell, who wrote the forward for the Microwave cookery booklet as well as publishing a myriad of recipes in the newspaper over the years. Eventually he published a cookbook of his favorites... Cooking with Cornelius The Corning Cookbook (1982) is a must have.
Then there is this one... The Cook Choice Cookbook (1979). It covers both Corning Ware and Pyrex, but it's still a great one. The three ring binder style allows for you to add your own recipes to this great cookbook.
Later, Corning produced the "All Seasons" cookbook quadfecta (2000).
Where is your Corning Cookbook??