The Sink Bowl is a creative porcelain bowl created by the industrial designer Sherwood Forlee. The Sink Bowl consists of two stacked porcelain bowls. The bottom of the bowl above has a small hole covered by a rubber button. Sounds strange? In fact, this bowl is made for those who like to eat instant noodles.
Why do I say so? Because, you know, if you’re passionate about noodles like me, you’ll understand how crazy the pursuit of the last noodles in an ocean of broths is. With Sink Bowl, when you chase the last noodles, just unplug the rubber button, and the broth will follow the small hole that flows into the bottom of the bowl. In the end, there is only the noodles on the bottom of the bowl above. Do not worry about the drainage hole, as it is small enough to prevent noodles from falling to the bottom, but large enough to drain the bottom of the bowl.
Sink Bowl can also be used to eat a cup. It can help you tackle the soggy problem. Simply put the dough in the milk at just enough time and then unplug the milk so that the milk flows down to the bottom of the bowl. So you will get a bowl of damp enough to still be crispy.