The Thumb Grips for Bowls is a line of specialized dishes with an integral thumb grip to aid in passing the dish from one person to another.
Inventor Leone Ella Louise Wright of Surrey, BC has created a line of specialized dishes with an integral thumb grip to aid in passing the dish from one person to another.
During the course of preparing, serving, consuming, and cleaning up from a meal, it is often necessary to pass a bowl from one person to another. The person passing the food must make sure that he or she carefully holds the dish or bowl, and that the recipient can also get a good grip so food is not dropped. All of this must happen without sticking ones fingers in the food. These same problems often occur at a restaurant where a server passes a bowl or dish directly to a patron. Inventor Wright has created a means by which a bowl or dish can be easily passed from one to another without issue.
This clever new invention is for butter bowls and other dishes. It prevents fingers from getting into the food. It reduces the chance of dropping a bowl. It has tapered sides for easy stacking. It is ideal for restaurant use when passing from server to patron. The use of the Thumb Grips for Bowls allows for the easy passing or serving of bowls of food without worry of dropping or placing ones fingers into the food, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.