A hemispherical container of varying sizes; depths and capacities. Different forms will have different specific uses. In the professional milieu; spherical copper bowls are used for beating eggs; while stainless steel flat-bottomed bowls are used for whisking, mixing and storage. Pastry bowls have flat-sides, while the narrow-based tapering pudding basin has an external rim for tying string around the top.

  • Mixing bowl for egg whites: in solid copper, spherical, with rings or handles.

  • mixing bowl with a flat bottom: in stainless steel. For whisking, mixing, storing. Also referred to as bowl.

  • Preserving pan: in solid or hammered copper, with cast iron handles.

  • Mixing bowl : in polypropylene, with flat bottom, for washing, transferring cooked food, storage, etc.

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