For Entertaining: 5 Classic Salad and Serving Bowls

For Entertaining: 5 Classic Salad and Serving Bowls

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Cambria Bold
Apr 20, 2012
Serving bowls are essential: while your food may be the star, a beautiful bowl is necessary to really show it off. From ceramic and wood to stainless steel and recycled glass, here are five classic designs: 1. Stoneware Bowls Set of 6, $196 from Blackbird: Delicate yet durable. Finished with a cream, flecked food-safe glaze. Sizes range from 3" x 1.5" diameter to 7" x 2" diameter 2. Large Maple Wood Bowl, $170 from Kiosk: Handmade in Vermont. 15"x 4 1/2" 3. Tourne Serving Bowl, $55 from Brook Farm General Store: Ceramic with a white glaze. Made in the USA. 8.5" x 4" 4. Alessi Stainless Steel Serving Bowl, $110 from Canoe: Part of a series of serving pieces introduced in the early 1960s. 4.25"H x 11.5"D 5. Straight-Sided Glass Bowls, $12 from Canvas: Clean and stylish. 5" and 9" diameter. Are you partial to one particular material or color? I've decided stoneware is my favorite, although you can't go wrong with a smooth, glazed ceramic. What do you think? Related: Timeless Tableware: My Grandmother's Wood Salad Bowl (Images: as linked)
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