Here's some welcome news for those who love to hate washing the dishes after eating.
A food firm based in Birmingham has invented a bowl totally made out of bread which could be filled up with soup - , chili or curry, before the diner gets to gulp down the bowl too.
Butt Foods announced their naan bowls filled with chicken tikka masala would be ready to hit supermarket shelves this year.
"Our banks, our investors all thought we were crackers. But we've now proved them wrong," Butt food Managing director David Williams said of their invention.
Williams added their bowls can hold their shape for eight hours without going sodden.
To bake the bread, Williams said they have to develop an industrial oven capable of baking the inside of the bowl at the same time as the outside, giving it a "double crust".