Collection: Bowls

26 products
  • DOWAN 10 Ounces Porcelain Bowls Set, 6 Packs, Small Bowls, Ceramic White Bowls for Kitchen, Dessert Bowls for Ice Cream, Small Serving Bowls for Dipping, Rice, Prep, Side Dishes,Cereal,Microwave Safe
  • PEGGY11 No Spill Non-Skid Stainless Steel Deep Dog Bowls 26 Oz (3 Cups) Set of 2
  • Greenandlife Lightweight & Unbreakable Wheat Straw Bowl - Noodle Fruit Soup Bowl Rice Bowls Dishwasher Microwave Safe set 4pcs
  • LE TAUCI Pasta Bowls 45 Ounce, Ceramic Salad Bowl, Large Serving Bowl Set - Set of 4, White
  • Unbreakable Cereal Bowls - 24 OZ Wheat Straw Fiber Lightweight Bowl Sets 4 - Dishwasher & Microwave Safe - for ,Rice,Soup Bowls
  • Meal Prep Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls Set, Home, Refrigerator, and Kitchen Food Storage Organizers | Ecofriendly, Reusable, Heavy Duty By WHYSKO
  • Unbreakable Cereal Bowls - 24 OZ Wheat Straw Fiber Lightweight Bowl Sets 8 - Dishwasher & Microwave Safe - for,Rice,Soup Bowls
  • DOWAN Ceramic Soup Bowls, 32 Ounces White Ramen Bowl for Noodle, Porcelain Salad Bowls Set of 4, Large Cereal Bowls for Kitchen, Dishwasher and Microwave Safe
  • DOWAN Deep Soup Bowls, 30 Ounces White Cereal Bowl for Oatmeal, Ceramic Ramen Bowls for Noodle, Porcelain Bowls Set 4 for Kitchen, Dishwasher & Microwave Safe
  • 125 Pack - Paper Bowls, 12 oz Disposable Bowls 100% Compostable Biodgradble Bowl, Made from Bagasse/Sugarcane , for Hot and Cold Food – Sturdy Design and Textured Exterior
  • Cereal Bowls - 26 OZ Unbreakable Wheat straw Bowls For Kitchen-Eco Friendly Durable Pack Of 4 Lightweight Bowl Set-Microwave And Dishwasher Safe-For Cereal, Rice, Noodle, Soup Bowls
  • Y YHY Pasta Bowls 30oz, Large Salad Serving Bowls, White Soup Bowls, Porcelain Pasta Plates and Bowls Sets, Microwave Dishwasher Safe, Set of 6
  • Dixie Everyday Paper Bowls, 10 Oz Dessert or Light Lunch Size Printed Disposable Bowls, 324 Count (9 Packs of 36 Bowls)
  • Corelle Soup/Cereal Bowls Set (18-Ounce, 6-Piece, Winter Frost White)
  • DOWAN Porcelain Cereal Bowls, 23 Fluid Ounces Vibrant Colors Soup Bowls, Cute Oatmeal Bowls for Pasta, Small Salad, Stews, Rice, Microwave and Dishwasher Safe, Lightweight, Set of 6
  • Dixie Ultra Paper Bowls, 20 Oz, Dinner or Lunch Size Printed Disposable Bowls, 156 Count (6 Packs of 26 Bowls)
  • DOWAN Ceramic Soup Bowls, Cereal Bowl, 22 Ounce Bowls Set, Chip Resistant, Dishwasher & Microwave Safe, Porcelain Bowls for Kitchen, White Bowls for Cereal Soup Rice Pasta Salad Oatmeal, Set of 4
  • Sango's Siterra Multi-Colored Artist's Blend Dinnerware Set with Neutral Tones, 16-Pieces with 4 Place Settings, Ceramic
  • 10 Strawberry Street Wazee Matte 16 Pc, Charcoal Gray Coupe Dinnerware Set
  • Gibson Casa Estebana 16-piece Dinnerware Set Service for 4, Beige and Brown - 70736.16RM
  • Tabletops Gallery Embossed Bone White Porcelain Round Dinnerware Collection- Chip Resistant Scratch Resistant, Bloom 12 Piece Dinnerware Set (Dinner Plate, Salad Plate, Cereal Bowl)
  • Elama Round Stoneware Luxurious Mellow Dinnerware Dish Set, 16 Piece, Speckle Powder Blue and White
  • Pfaltzgraff Trellis 16-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4, Distressed White
  • Gibson Home Zen Buffet Dinnerware Set, Service for 4 (16pcs), White (Square)

The Fun Facts About Bowls

Bowls are a very common form of serving food in most kitchens. They come in all shapes and sizes and can be made of porcelain, plastic, glass or ceramic. Bowls are primarily used as an ingredient in soups, stews, sauces, and other preparations. They also come in various colors and designs. Bowls can be personalized with names, initials, dates and even pictures. Most bowls have a long history and have been used in countries all over the world for hundreds of years.



A bowl is simply a rounded container or dish usually used to cook and serve food. The inner surface of a bowl is usually shaped like a conical cap, with both sides and the bottom made of the same seamless curve. If you have ever seen a traditional Indian meal, you would see that bowls are used instead of platters or plates. It is quite common for Indian and South Asian families to gather around the table and eat together using these bowls. The shape of the bowl adds comfort to the eating experience as one can place fingers in the small gap at one end while simultaneously dipping food into the bowl's center.


This definition of bowl (entry 2 of my article) is the earliest known use of the word. This refers to the wooden bowls used in those days as drinking vessels. As time went by, other materials were added to the basic wooden bowl-shape, and one such material was glass. Bowls are usually round or square in shape, and today they are available in many shapes, such as square, conical, cylindrical, oval, octagonal, pear and many more. The bowl-shaped vessels are made of different materials, but today they are mostly made of ceramic.


As mentioned above, in some parts of the world, such as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, the bowl-shaped dish is called an "Islamabad." When translated literally, the word "Islamabad" actually means a bowl or frying pan. In Pakistani culture, such pans are commonly used as kitchen gadgets and cooking equipment.


Bowls have also been known to be a symbol of love in most cultures. A single bowl has been known to be put on top of the altar at a marriage or a holy ceremony to bid the bride-to-be adieu. Similarly, bowls are generally played by both men and women when playing billiards or snooker. The general belief is that if the ball lands in the bowl, the player who made it will be married. This belief is generally not held in every country, but it is a popular one.


Bowls also come in different shapes. Some of them are called the bowling balls or lawn bowls. These are usually very shallow with only six to ten inches of clearance space between each side. These bowls can either be made out of clay or cast in any desired shape. Lawn bowls are typically considered the best as they are easy to hit but are also known to create more controlled shots.


Bowls can also be referred to as green, setter or grand, depending on which side of the bowl you are bowling on. Bowls that are played on the left side of the court are called "green" and those that are played on the right are called "setter." Jack of all trades, master of none, master of all bowls; these are the common cliches related to the term "bowler." A person who bowls with a setter, for example, usually hits the ball "on the green" and the same can be said for a lawn bowl.


Bowls are a great way to break up a long, grueling game. They can also be a fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends or family. However, there is much more to bowling than simply finding a group of people and getting the ball rolling. It takes skill, strategy, good timing and a little luck to win a bowling game. So don't forget to practice your technique, because it is important, before you Bowl with the Professionals!