Add To Your Travel Essentials: Hydro Flask Now Has Insulated Food Bowls
For when you choose to go camping or when you dine outdoors.
ILLUSTRATOR Bea Faicol
With the month of May almost halfway over, we all have definitely felt the summer heat reach new levels of scorching these past few days. The hot air is definitely choking everybody, but we trust that everyone already knows to bring insulated jugs filled with water with them when they head outdoors-whether it be for casual outings in the city or adventurous trips hiking or to the beach.
However, we want to carry more than just cold refreshments when we go out on trips or host outdoor activities. It's often difficult to find containers that'll keep our non-liquids chilled while on-the-go the whole day. And there's definitely a need for containers that'll keep our food hot throughout the day. Well, Hydro Flask is dropping a new, insulated food bowl line that may just help us with our storage needs.
Check out the new Hydro Flask insulated Serving Bowl:
A slight departure from their typical insulated jug releases, Hydro Flask has made available a three-quart Serving Bowl (P3,190) in the Philippines as part of their Outdoor Kitchen set. This insulated bowl comes with a lid and is made with the staple Hydro Flask 18/8 stainless steel and double-walled insulation. Currently, the bowl only comes in a birch color in the Philippines.
At a capacity size of three liquid quarts, the insulated bowl comes in a size fairly larger than your average serving bowl and should be good for serving up to four people. Make use of the insulation by using the bowl to keep some food chilled such as cold cuts and cheeses, potato salads, and even desserts like yogurt with granola and fruits. Alternatively, you can also use it to contain hot food such as pasta, soup, and Japanese rice toppings and keep them warm for an extended period of time.
The Hydro Flask Serving Bowl is available for purchase online via the official Hydro Flask website.
For more information, log on to Hydro Flask's official Facebook page.
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