In some form or another this shape is the most commonly used bowl in our house, when I describe them as pasta bowls it doesn’t limit their use, they can be used for most dishes, Stews, Curries, Stir Fry’s etc.
When throwing this form, the clay is centered as a low dome to give a wider foot and then the base is formed. I then proceed to throw up into a conical shape before using a rib on the inside to stretch the bowl into shape, but by not starting at the rim it allows me to easily form the vertical sides.
I find each one has to be made on a wooden bat attached to the wheel head by a bed of clay, although a little more time consuming in the making process it really helps prevention of the form warping when removing from the wheel. More recently I have applied some textured decoration to the interior, enough to let the glaze pool on the inside to make a point of interest but not to leave the interior of the bowl rough and unpleasant to eat from.