White china soup bowls are versatile to use when serving chili, casseroles and other foods, too.
Many cooks and chefs like white because they show off the food to good advantage. And as they say, we eat with our eyes.
In the September 2011 issue of Everyday Food, I saw a recipe for Pasta and Bacon with Smoky Tomato Sauce. I knew I was so making this.
I had most of the ingredients, and what really sold me — besides that it was an easy recipe — was that it includes cavatappi as the pasta. This shape is curly . . . → Read More: White China Soup Bowls | Pasta With Bacon
Large china pasta bowls are perfect to serve a big Saturday night spaghetti dinner.
If not spaghetti, then mostacholli, ravioli, even macaroni and cheese. Any pasta dish that makes a meal by itself, or perhaps served along with a salad or crusty bread.
Bowls like these were designed to hold a good-sized serving of your favorite pasta recipe, sauce and all.
Many standard dinnerware patterns of the 1980s and 1990s included a pasta bowl as one of the available piece types. These bowls are generally about 8 or 9 inches in diameter, and at least 2 1/2 inches deep.
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