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"After 30 years of having the 1st Pfaltzgraff pattern of dishes I switched to Bennington (agate)... I talked my brother in law into getting my sister a set for Christmas. Now when I have her name in the gift exchange I'll know what to buy!"
Bernie L., Salem, OH
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Family Pasta Bowl | Any Glaze| 2 Qt Enlarge

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Family Pasta Bowl | Any Glaze| 2 Qt

The best pass-around-the-table bowl!
(Shown at top in Tavernware) Our #1969 Family Pasta Bowl has been around for decades and has stood the test of time! The shallow sides and generous capacity make it a timeless and classic must-have for every family. Our favorite feature: The rimmed design of the bowl allows it to be passed easily and more gracefully than other designs. Note: Price variations are determined by glaze selection.

Our Large #1969 Bowl is 3"H x 12"W, 2 Qt.
CODE: 1969-P
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Could He? Would He?


Every Wednesday was spaghetti night at our house. It was always the same. Mom got out the big stoneware Bennington Family Pasta Bowl just for Dad. Nobody got to use that bowl for anything else. It had once been part of a nesting bowl set I think, but the rest of the set was long since broken or Mom never did have the whole set anyways. There were eleven of us children and the table was as long as a bowling alley - the wood just as well finished! The woven placemats and napkins were always lined up perfectly under the stoneware dinnerware and each of us had our own individual salad plates. Us kids got served from a serving platter heaped with steaming spaghetti and meatballs brought to the table with pot holders by Mom, but Dad – his was served in that Bennington bowl with what seemed to us like more spaghetti than was on the platter that served all eleven of us ! We watched in awe as he began to eat. Could he? Would he? He couldn't! He wouldn't! We took bets on whether or not he'd finish off the entire bowl. He always did!