A simulated bowl plate with a bowl placed at the middle or center and a plate placed around the periphery. The plate is connected to the rim of the bowl. The plate has sections for different foods. The bowl plate is capable of being used as a bowl, as a plate or bowl and plate combined. Cold and hot food can be served together on the same dish. The bowl plate saves storage space as less space is occupied as compared to storing bowls and plates.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
There has always been the plate for certain foods and the bowl for certain foods. If you eat something in a bowl, you get a bowl. If you eat something in a plate, you get a plate.
With the bowl plate if you are standing you can hold the bowl plate with one hand and eat with the other hand. The bowl plate is great for children who don’t like for their foods to touch.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
The bowl plate is joined together with the bowl in the middle and the plate around the sides of the bowl. There is no inconvenience to the people eating so they don’t have to have a separate bowl and a separate plate for their foods. The multipurpose bowl plate is arrayed in radiation manner by taking the center bowl as a benchmark. The plate is divided into four accommodation sections. You can have different type of foods, hot or cold. A bowl plate is a technical solution and a kind of multipurpose bowl plate. The plate is a sectional plate for a variety of foods. The bowl plate is designed for serving cold cereal-fruit, hot soup, other food that you would use with a regular bowl and plate. The invention is a bowl and plate combined together.
The plate is divided into four equally sized and similarly shaped compartments by four permanently connected partitions which extend upwardly from the upper surface of the plate and extend radially outwardly from the bowl section to an outer pate sidewall. The upper edges of the partitions lie in a first horizontal plane that is below a second horizontal plane flush with the uppermost surfaces of the bowl sidewall and the outer plate sidewall.