A bowl, in a mug.
We dedicate this pot to the art of soup. The potters at Farmhouse improved upon the traditional mug, to make an open bowl you can cradle closely as you do with your favorite coffee cups. It combines the best features of a bowl with the best design of a mug -- you can eat with a spoon from it, and you can cup it comfortably in your hands.
And don't stop at soup, we've filled it with cereal, grits, and even salad. With every bite, we love it more.
Photography by James Ransom
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