Did you mean "a soup bowl"? If so, what is it made of?
I can't imagine serving any food, particularly soup, in a previously broken bowl, for reasons of sanitation.
Not sure what you are asking?
I surmise this is a newfangled frozen soup?
I would have to say: remove the soup ball from the container and place it in a pot.
Once the soup starts taking the shape of the pot rather than the Ball, you can put the burner on your oven to low until the Soup Ball becomes a simmering soup.
What is a soup ball?
I would use crazy glue
What's wrong with it ????
I would not use a cracked bowl for anything hot--even if it has been repaired--it would not be fun to have the bowl break again with a serving of hot soup in it. Buy a new soup bowl or pick up one up at a thrift store.
I agree with Gk. I would not use a soup bowl that's been cracked or broken for food. If you want to use it as a planter then you could glue it with something like E-6000. Then decorate it to hide the crack mark. Hope that helps.
I would only use a repaired bowl for display, or perhaps something dry like pieces of fruit or rolls--provided you put a doily under them.