Waiting for ramen with my honey. 😊🍲💕
Where does come from?
The pot of food emoji was first served up in 2010 under Unicode 6.0, joining other meal-sized emoji including the 🍱 bento box, curry rice 🍛, and 🍜 steaming bowl emoji.
The pot of food emoji depicts a large pot or serving bowl brimming with grub, perfect for a winter’s night. What’s on the menu, though, varies across platforms, as the screenshot from Emojipedia shows below.
Most vendors suggest a hearty stew, complete with generous chunks of meat and potatoes. Samsung, however, dishes up some ramen. Apple joins Samsung in appetizing us with some stream rising from the pot.
Who uses ?
The pot of food emoji often tags social-media posts and text messages from people eating a meal at a restaurant … because everybody on Twitter wants to know what you’re eating.
— MyQbanLife (@hungryqbans) December 29, 2016
Given its appearance, and since there isn’t a soup emoji as of the 2019 release of Unicode 12, pot of food is often used to for soup, stews, and other brothy, saucy, and slurpy foods.
— FSH & CHP (@FSHandCHP) December 29, 2016
The emoji can also be used when talking in general about the one true love in all of our lives: food.
Put all ur trust in food , cuz food will always be there for u no matter what kinda pain u in …. The power of FOOD 🍮🍧🍿🍰🍘🍞🍤🍕🌭🍟🍗🍔🧀🌮🍜🍲🍛🍚🍳🍪🍹🍬
— chubby_ (@zaya_jag) December 29, 2016
Somebody has to make all this delicious food, and so pot of food emoji can also be used for cooking, cookware, recipes, and other food and nutrition topics, media, and businesses.
Japanese side coming out! Nishime cooking lessons with grandma☺💕🍚🍲 pic.twitter.com/KrKWlr8U1x
— tori klunk (@torikRunk) December 29, 2016