Implements (object genre)
From Mrs. Lincoln's Boston Cook Book by Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln (1884): A Scotch Bowl is a lidless, slope-sided kettle with bail handle. The bowl is made of iron or fireproof pottery. These vessels were most often used for making thick Scotch broth barley soup or for porridge. The bowl is lidless because porridge has to be stirred constantly. (Linda Campbell Franklin). This example is made of pottery and has a decorative design stamped into its side.
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Michigan State University. Museum
Mrs. Lincoln's Boston cook book : what to do and what not to do in cooking, available at: https://n2t.net/ark:/85335/m5nd67
Iron Scotch bowl, available at: https://n2t.net/ark:/85335/m5d50fx6r