* In my newspaper today, there was an article on "mise en place" which is a French cooking term that means "everything in its place". quoting: 'Its practical application means to read through a recipe you are going to use, then measure and prepare all ingredients and equipment for the recipe ahead of time...and set them before you in order of their use. This is especially useful when stir-frying or sauteing b/c the cooking time is very short' - book: Brilliant Food Tips & Cooking Tricks by David Joachim. Anyway, I totally thought of the prep bowls and how this would be a great educational tip to pass on at a show (also, especially b/c I set up my show with this concept in mind). * I have used them as a votive candle holder centerpieces at a PC Bingo game. * I love to use it for single serving baby cereal when we are out & about b/c of the lid and its compact size (just add water). * I also use them for single serving baby food that I make...and feed out of. * I made a Rubber Ducky cake from a recipe I found online w/ the batter bowl and the prep bowls (for the head, tail & wings).