The enormous cooking community on Food52 was tired of cheap, poorly designed mixing bowls. So they made their own.
The new FiveTwo stoneware mixing bowls are the result of a site survey that reached 34,500 people, with everything from the material its made of to the pour spouts dictated by community responses. The set of three bowls come in 1-quart, 2-quart and 4-quart sizes, and it is designed with a wider, lower-lying profile than typical metal mixing bowls. But the best part is simpler: the inside is a typical rounded mixing bowl shape, but the outside has a hard angle and flat base. This means you can mix like usual but the bowl will stay put.
Launched late last year with a clever wooden cutting board, FiveTwo is Food52’s in-house cooking gear line. The mixing bowls join the cutting board, wooden spoons, aprons and many more crowdsourced designs.
The stoneware mixing bowls are available for pre-order now.
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