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- Mirror Polished Stainless Steel
- Measures 17 7/8" Diameter 5 1/4" Deep
- 16 Qt. Size
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Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Measures 17 7/8 Diameter 5 1/4 Deep 16 Qt. Size
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Now I realize how much time I've wasted over the years using cooking pots for mixing large quantities of anything/everything. And by using the cooking pots, I've had to do things in 'batches' - takes forever and then I must hope that all the 'batches' taste the same (meatballs for example).
This bowl is sturdy but easy to hold and carry, even when full. I've used it for mixing up piles of meatballs, meatloaves, bread dough, pizza dough, and harvesting the garden veggies (rather than lugging a laundry basket out to the yard, piling in the veggies and then having to drag the thing to the house because it is too frail and wimbly to carry it loaded with things like summer squash, zucchini, carrots, tomatoes, melons, eggplant and such).
I've also used it to hold lots and lots of tomatoes, peppers, onions, etc., as I slice and dice for homemade sauce all in one batch. One of my 7 dogs is allergic to prepared dog food so for her, I must cook. She gets rice and oatmeal mixed with baby cereal, boiled chicken and boiled hamburg as her mainstay with veggies and fruit added when serving her. Prior to having this bowl, I was making rice/oatmeal mixture in my largest pan, waiting for it to cool, then transferring to several bowls around the kitchen so I could boil the chicken, clean the pan up, then boil the hamburg, making a complete mess of the kitchen and just about every pot/pan I own to make her meals in advance a few days at a time. Now with this huge bowl, I can cook her rice/oatmeal mixture one day and refrigerate it. The rice/hamburg can be boiled separately and skimmed, then premeasured and frozen. When I need to mix it all together, I just dump it all in the this bowl, let it defrost and then dig in with both hands like I'm making meatloaf and mix it all up at once. Zap! It is done in minutes with a bit of preplanning.
Bowl cleans up like a dream also. Shiny, slick, pretty surface cleans easily with warm soapy water. I rinse with hot and then towel dry. I don't have a dishwasher but I doubt this would fit in one anyway. I have one of those double sinks in the kitchen with the 'idiot faucet' - you gals know the 'idiot faucet'; it is the faucet that is almost as low as the counter so a large bowl/pot, even a large milk glass can't be maneuvered in the sink for cleaning without being a contortionist! So, even with my dratted double sink and idiot faucet, I can easily hold this bowl on its side, turn it as I wash it and then repeat the procedure when rinsing it. Not a problem.
I was going to get the larger one (20 qt if I remember correctly) and am so glad I didn't. It would probably be bigger than me and hard to lift when full. I am only 5'4" - well, maybe now that I'm getting older, I swear I'm getting shorter, so I might be about 5'2" now and this does the job. Any job. Every job. If you can find a place to store it, don't hesitate. Heck, one could even do hand laundry in this or wash a small pet! It doesn't tip or roll. Has a great base and stays where you place it. The 5/8" rim makes it easy to pick up and move it around. The rim is a tiny bit rolled/curled, so my fingers feel secure beneath it. It almost feels as if the rim hugs my fingers to prevent slipping away, but not enough of a 'curl' for food to get stuck beneath it. The base sitting on the counter measures about 8" in diameter: the widest part of the bowl at the top excluding the rim is close to 17" in diameter and it is 6" high.
Man oh man! The right tool for the right job in the kitchen makes life sooo much simpler and the tasks go so much more quickly. I'll never be without this bowl again!
Edit: 2/15/10 Storage idea: I had been storing this large bowl on top of the upright freezer in the cellar but that meant a trip to the cellar each time I wanted to use it. One night, I got lazy and just shoved it into the oven on the bottom rack. VOILA! That is now its permanent home. Fits just right and the oven door closes just perfectly to enclose it. On those few occasions now where I need/want the large oven (vs the toaster oven), I simply place it somewhere else in the kitchen until the oven is cool enough to put it back inside. Having it right at my fingertips all the time now makes me think of tons of additional uses for it, thus making my life in the kitchen easier and getting things done quicker. Still love, love, love this bowl!
Seriously, this bowl is huge. I'm talking massive. I don't see how anyone could reasonably use it as a mixing bowl, unless you're mixing bread for all participants of the French Revolution. We don't even use it for cooking in my house, we just use it as a fruit/bread/snack bowl on the table for quick accessibility. Which is actually okay, because it's quite a beautiful bowl for the price. Hasn't scratched or tarnished.