There’s something comforting and wholesome about eating food from a bowl, and restaurants have come to realize that these liquid-friendly vessels are great vehicles for more than cereal and soup. They present ingredients beautifully, are more portable than plates, and they let the people eating from them customize exactly what each bite is going to taste like. “I think it’s fun to eat out of a bowl,” said Heather Gardea, vice president of research and development for ...

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