Japanese Hand Held Grater
Extra cheese, please.
Perhaps the tiniest cheese grater in all the land, this smarty-pants tool comes in handy at the table or at the picnic. Shaped so you can wrap your fingers around one side and grate on the other, it’ll keep hands safe while you sprinkle parmesan (make it rain!) over your pasta. It can also hang on the side of your bowl so it goes anywhere. Oh, and thanks to its stainless steel construction, it washes up easily once the pasta party’s over.
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