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    Default Spaghetti do you serve it in a bowl or a plate?

    I smashed my last pasta bowl the other day. It was part of a set I got for my wedding. I have been looking to replace the set and can't find a set in stores. So it got me wondering what do you use to serve your pasta?

    Dh and I can't stand it on a plate, it just feels all wrong.

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    We don't do pasta that often but if we do as a meal, it would be in a bowl, as a side it would be on a plate.

    The kids have pasta a bit and a bowl.

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    We have really deep bowls we use as our pasta bowls... I make a mess if its on a plate haha.

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    Dh and I use a plate and the kids use a bowl.

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    I tend to use plates for adults and bowls for the kids.
    Growing up my mother always used plates so I think that's where I got it from.

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    Depends, if we're having pasta sauce that has heaps of veggies, we have it in a bowl, but if it doesn't have heaps of veggies, we eat it on a plate with steamed veg on the side.

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    Bowl. I got a really good pasta bowl set from target not long back.

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    Bowl! Pasta must be in a bowl.

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