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A half-assed Gear Thursday: The Spilt Milk bowl


I call it half-assed because I'm not sure if a bowl really fits into the category of gear, but this bowl is cool. And yeah it's probably way to early to be thinking about this for a kid but I may but a couple just to have a set now because technically I think adults can use it.

When I was making a living as a photographer I had the displeasure of having to do a shoot with a bowl of cereal in it. There was no glue used instead of milk, but there were however some milk splashes made of porcelain. I'm not sure exactly what each splash cost but I'm guessing about $75-100. Whatever it is the prop stylist was not happy when he dropped one and it shattered.

The Spilt Milk bowl by Fred & Friends gives you the look of the milk splash without the fear of a broken bowl. Made silicone you can drop it, bend it or whatever and you won't ruin the bowl.


Fred & Friends also has come other great stuff for kids like the Food Face plate and some things that are great but not so kid friendly like the Evidence knife which is a kitchen knife with blood stains on the blade and an evidence tag.

Check out their site for other goodies like the M-Cups, measuring cups that look like matryoshka dolls. Warning it's not the best site as far as user-experience.

I feel good about not using the obvious cliche. Your welcome.

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