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Bread Bowls

By SkinnyandMini | May 27, 2009

A bread bowl is a round loaf of bread which has had a large portion of the middle cut out to create an edible bowl. Bread bowls can be used to serve chili, New England clam chowder, and other thick stews. Soups with thinner bases are not generally served in bread bowls, as the broth would make the bread get too soggy too quickly. The bread becomes flavored as it absorbs some of the stew’s base, and can be eaten after the stew has been eaten.

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