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Three vessels fit for any occasion
It’s officially, technically, sweater weather season, which, for many, means comfort food. While New Orleans cooks are firing up their gumbo or chili pots, we have three options for soup serving, from watching a game on the couch to hosting a casual gathering of friends to rolling out the good silver in the dining room. We’ve got you covered from soup to nuts.
$85 (set of 4)
New Orleans Classic
These generously proportioned individual soup bowls are perfect for serving the classic New Orleans recipes that are depicted on each — Antoine’s Creole Gumbo, Galatoire’s Turtle Soup, Bon Ton’s Crawfish Bisque and Commander’s Palace Oyster and Artichoke Soup. Or give a spin on a classic and serve up your own creation. $85 for a set of four bowls, from Adler’s, adlersjewelry.com.
$28 (set of 2)
Using Your Noodle
The Kanto ramen noodle bowls from West Elm, available in “dusk” and “warm sand,” bring an earthy elegance to the table or for curling up with while binge watching on the sofa. $28 for a set of two, westelm.com.
Pretty as a Pearl
Maine ceramic artist Alison Evans has created a line of tabletop bowls inspired by coastal living that feels appropriate for Louisiana living and eating. The oyster series features the medium nest bowl, which serves soup and sides in a fashion that is at once elegant in the dining room and comfortable in the kitchen. $92 per bowl, from Hazelnut, hazelnutneworleans.com.