Stainless Steel Mandoline & Slicing Attachment
A cut above.
Try and find a more talented mandoline than this talented French number (we’ll wait). It turns out cubes, crinkle cuts, slices, slivers, Julienne cuts, and—cue praise hands—even waffle fries like there’s no tomorrow. Made of satin-polished steel, it’s got all the safety features we’ve been searching for, like an optional safety grip that keeps your fingers well out of the way while making so-even potato (or beet, or cucumber, or carrot) slices. Extra-grippable legs keep the whole thing from budging while you go French fry-wild and two little levers on the side let you safely adjust the thickness of your veggies. The best part? All the blade fittings live in a handy little compartment just underneath. Oh, the possibilities.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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