Serving vessels for winter soups and stews
Clockwise, bowls from CB2, West Elm and Uncommon Goods
This month, we're relying heavily on comforting one-pot meals (the perfect chicken soup, anyone?). Ladle your winter soups, stews and braises into these serving vessels:
Ikat on a Hot Tin Roof: Mix and match colors and patterns with West Elm’s printed, glazed porcelain bowls ($8 each), in vibrant blues and muted grays.
Two for One: With a special compartment for crackers or croutons, the ingenious soup-and-crackers bowl ($50), hand-sculpted by a clay artisan in Pennsylvania, is the perfect vessel for chowders and the like.
Mug Shot: Wrap cold winter fingers around a faceted porcelain cup ($45) with a rust-colored lip, for days when you just want a few sips of soup.
Clay Born: For the Heath Ceramics look without the hefty price tag, pick up two-toned, cream-and-gray black-clay bowls from CB2 ($6 each). The bowls’ depth makes them ideal for a hearty stew.
On the Road Again: Take your steaming soup to go in Jack Spade’s bold orange and blue Repp Stripe Thermos ($35), with a stainless-steel cup.
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