Microplane Master Series Grater with Walnut Handle
Expect grate things.
From the company’s Master Series—and it lives up to its title—this grater means business. We’ll explain: It’s got a super sturdy stainless steel frame and an American-made photo-etched and ultra-sharp stainless steel blade that’ll make quick work of lemons, ginger, nutmeg...anything you want to turn to tiny bits with ease, really. That handle is made from walnut which is pretty but also means it’s easy to grasp when you’re going to town over your key lime pie. Don’t forget to use the protective cover to keep it nice ‘n’ sharp.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Blade made in Russellville, Arkansas; Wood sourced in Kentucky. Assembled in China
Walnut wood, stainless steel, and thermoplastic elastomers (TPE)
2.53" W x 11.75" L x 0.63" H
Care & Notes
Hand wash only - do not soak in water to preserve wood handle. Condition handle as needed with mineral oil. Rinse grater in warm water immediately after each use. Remove trapped particles from the non-sharp side whenever possible. Store with blade covered when not in use.
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