Ginger and garlic go together like peas in a pod. Or, better yet, they go together like owls and Tootsie Pops. Which through a convenient leap of logic brings us to the Ceramic Blue Owl Grater. Designed for grating garlic and ginger (and Tootsie Pops as well for the adventurous), the handy Mr. Owl is… Continue reading Grater Owl Not Lesser
That would be 176 pounds of potatoes per hour to be exact. Pounds per hour doing what you ask? Grating of course. Thatâ€™s a lot of grated potatoes. Sold by European household importers, Dom itp, the Elektryczna Maszynka do ZiemniakÃ³w (that would be Electric Potato Grater to you and me) is U.S. power ready. Product… Continue reading One Hundred And Seventy Six Potatoes Per Hour
Bearing a striking resemblance to a certain 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan, the Gangster Grater from DCI Gifts can make any cheese look like Swiss cheese. No, it wonâ€™t put holes in your cheese, but it will reduce any block of cheese to shreds in mere minutes. With no fear of any law enforcement… Continue reading Gangster Grater Not Just For Swiss Cheese
Blocks of cheese getting you down? Wouldnâ€™t you rather see that solid, imposing block transformed into something more useful and ready to eat? Like shredded cheese, of course; shredded cheese for which to top everything.
Cheese nubs (and other small items) can be treacherous to grate. They are hard to get a grip on, and when you do wrangle them in, they eventually get too worn down to grasp. The Microplane 3-Piece Grater Set makes it easy to work with such items. The set includes an Extra Coarse Grater and… Continue reading Nub-friendly grating
Lately Iâ€™ve had potatoes on the brain. A recent trip to Barney Greengrass led to some delicious latkes (which always has a ripple effect), while in San Francisco I just discovered a recipe book that called for potato pancakes to be made with Swiss and cream cheese. Sacrilege? Maybe. But delicious too. The amazing potato… Continue reading Retrosink: Potato pancakes with an old-timey grater