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
Winter cold outside means time for chili indoors.
Frigid weather has arrived in many places. Keep warm inside with a hot bowlful of your favorite casserole, or have some hot chili, soup, stew or chowder. Comfort classics, like apple crisp also serve up well in bowls.
Things you always wanted to know about bowls:
Cereal bowls are deeper, to allow for the bulky flakes or squares, while soup bowls are often shallow. Some soup and cereal bowls have rims, and others are a coupe shape. That is, sleek without rims. Rims on soup bowls are often wide, while rims . . . → Read More: Use bowls to serve comfort food: hot dishes for cold winter days