Microplane Zester and Spice Grater (Set of 2)
You might think only avid bakers keep multiple grating tools in their drawers but...think again. You’re making a chicken and it requires lemon zest and a little freshly-ground nutmeg. Ta da! Or a hot toddy, or dressing, or pancakes or well, you get the point. That ‘lil spice grater makes freshly-ground cinnamon in seconds with a super comfy handle, to boot. The grater’s also made with a sharp-as-can be photo-etched blade that won’t ever rust or dull, and it’s so versatile (were you thinking about parmesan cheese? It can do that too).
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Blades made in Russellville, AR; Zester handle and assembly in Mexico
Zester and Spice Grater: Stainless steel and thermoplastic elastomers
Zester: 1.38” W x 12.00” L x 1.51” H
Spice Grater: 1.13” W x 9.00” L x 1.00” H
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