They say we eat with our eyes first. But what happens when an otherwise delicious meal gets set down in front of us, only to realize that it’s been jammed into the wrong serving contrivance? If it’s a bowl of ramen, shoving that rectangle into a round bowl can only have crumbly, unappetizing results. It’s… Continue reading Rapid Ramen Cooker
Whether you sup at a round dining table or square, the Zak Designs Emeril 8-Piece Geo Table Art serving set will fit right in. The dishwasher-safe melamine bowls measure about 8-inches across at the deepest part and encourage creative table-setting due to their unique shapes. That and eating geometrically appropriate foods like split-pea soup and… Continue reading Zak Designs Emeril 8-Piece Geo Table Art
As long as Back To School* is a theme around here, it would only be appropriate to educate readers about the Chalkboard Bowls with Lids. The set of three bowls not only come with lids for easy storage, but also with integrated chalkboard panels to make it easy for labeling contents and date. So come… Continue reading Back To School With Chalkboard Bowls
Soggy cereal is a sorry sight first thing in the morning. Luckily this all-too-common condition has a cure. No, it doesn’t involve changing brands of cereal or some top secret combination that somehow magically counters over-soaked cereal. The answer is in the last place one might expect to look: the bowl. Obol, The Never-Soggy Cereal… Continue reading Obol, The Never-Soggy Cereal Bowl
There’s a great Simpsons quote in the episode where Milhouse’s dad is getting fired from the cracker factory for being divorced. “Kirk, crackers are a family food. Happy families. Maybe single people eat crackers…we don’t know. Frankly, we don’t want to know. It’s a market we can do without.” That’s how it is in marketing… Continue reading Hey Ziploc, Men Eat Leftovers Too
It doesn’t exist yet, but it could with your help. The Ventu Strainer Bowl, a Quirky project is a mash-up between a colander and a serving bowl. For whatever reason, colanders have always enjoyed a reputation as something to avoid in the kitchen–it is just too tempting to try to strain pasta and whatnot with… Continue reading Would You Ventu?