Folding Cheese Grater


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Zyliss - 3 in 1 Folding Grater

Fine, Coarse and 2 Way razor sharp and best in class blades Fine blade perfect for grating chocolate, citrus zest, spices and parmesan Coarse blade perfect for .

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6 to 8 large Yellow Finns or Kennebec potatoes peeled (depending on the size); 1 cup canola oil; 1 tsp kosher salt; 4 oz thinly sliced hand-cut ham seared; 1 fried sunny-side up egg; 4 oz Raclette cheese; 2 whole slice green onions; 2 oz crème fraiche

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Some examples of brief tasks are grating cheese and vegetables, rinsing produce, measuring ingredients and shaking things up. Cracking eggs and beating them can also be . Serves 6, 1 folded quesadilla per serving. 1/2 (15 1/2-ounce) can black beans, 

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Fold 1 slice roast beef inside each of 2 soft tortillas and sprinkle with cheese. Pack in the biggest compartment of the Grate tomatoes on the largest holes of a box grater into a bowl all the way down to the skins. Discard the skins. Grate the

Calling All Cooks: How I Stocked My First Kitchen

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jessicamclement i will have my first real kitchen since childhood in about 5 months . i'm very excited and will come back here for some tips. it's very funny because in paris (france) we normally have tiny kitchens, but it's quite rare to see 1) a microwave and 2) a dish washer (. although i do know people with both. ) unless you have an apartment graced with a big kitchen. congrats on the new kitchen :). Margaret Lukens Completely agree about the microwave -- for me, it is an appliance that doesn't provide enough benefit for the space it takes. A heavy pot and a spoon of olive oil makes popcorn, 1 or 2 gratin dishes in the toaster oven heat leftovers in 10-20 minutes, and who wants warmed-over coffee. Plus, my dishes have a gold band, so ix-nay on the microwave. First a food scoop for picking up chopped ingredients. It really makes the task much easier. There are many scoops on the market but few as well designed as the "Prep Taxi Food Scoop" by Chef's Planet. My second suggestion is a good quality pepper mill. Freshly ground black pepper is way more aromatic and interesting than pre milled pepper you buy. So if you value the flavor that pepper imparts to the recipes you put it into, I suggest one of these. Unfortunately the really good pepper mills are expensive. And for the most versatility you want one where you can adjust the grind from fine to coarse. There are literally hundreds of brands and models on the market. Many, if not most of them are designed for the dining table and so tend to be something of a showpiece which tends to drive the price up. But you want it to be functional and easy to use. I personally don't care much about esthetic design when it comes to pepper mills. Functionality is the primary concern for me. In addition you can get manual or electric (battery driven). If you are grinding a lot of pepper for a given recipe (which happens on occasion), the electric types help ease the labor needed. I have both manual and electric but I tend to prefer the manual. Perfex brand, which is made in France, is in my opinion, one of the best for durability and adjustability. Unfortunately its well over $90 for one mill, and if you buy a salt and pepper set its about double that. Oh, I should mention that Perfex comes in two sizes, a small and a large. You might be tempted to get the small and save some money, but I find it really is too small for practicality. Third and last, is a good colander. Metal are the most durable but plastic are almost as good. If you have a dishwasher you can only put the plastic type in the top rack but otherwise they are just as versatile and handy as the metal ones. There's nothing more exciting than your first kitchen. More than 30 years later I still cherish -- and use -- many of yhe tools I acquired for that first kitchen. My only comment is that if you plan to use this kitchen as well as and as regularly as I imagine you will, you might want to consider moving your cookbooks to another location. oldunc Brick is reasonably easy to drill. you need a masonry bit and a fairly powerful drill: a hammer drill or rotohammer makes it a breeze. You can then use the sort of plastic inserts used for attaching to drywall etc. (traditionally lead was used for brick), and attach the rack with regular screws of appropriate size. Provided you know someone with tools, or you might be able to snag a passing workman- any carpenter, electrician or plumber would certainly have the equipment. Jordan Ah Leslie, your place looks so good. Totally jealous as my tiny Boston studio doesn't even have room for an island that size. I make do with a smaller IKEA cart that also serves as my work space (it's only about 22"x16", so I hate when people complain that they lack counter space. Interested about where you got that pantry cart and those awesome lights. Both IKEA purchases as well. oldunc I'd probably have gone for a rolling pin (and a lot of other things) before the marble slab, though a wine bottle works fine. Stainless steel bowls might have been a better choice- they nest, can be thrown about fairly freely, and are better than pyrex for double boilers.

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Oxo InternL O6J-1128480 Good Grip Two-Fold Grater - Black

Oxo InternL O6J-1128480 Good Grip Two-Fold Grater - Black

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Price: $15.64

Features Sharp stainless steel blades for fast, easy grating with soft, comfortable, non-slip grips Coarse grating surface for semi-soft cheeses, butter, apples, cabbages, potatoes, onions and more Medium grating surface for vegetables, hard cheeses, carrots, zucchini, chocolate Grating surfaces lock together or come apart for individual use and easy cleaning Non-slip feet for more control while grating and dishwasher safe Specifications Color: Black


JOSEPH JOSEPH FOLD-FLAT GRATER PLUS 4-IN-1 FOLDING GRATER

JOSEPH JOSEPH FOLD-FLAT GRATER PLUS 4-IN-1 FOLDING GRATER

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Price: $41.95

This handy food grater comes with four different styles of blade for all types of grating in one and a unique design that folds flat for space-saving storage. Product Features Each side of the grater has a different etched, stainless steel blade allowing you to grate or slice a variety of foods with ease. Handles at the top let you hold the grater safely whilst grating. To use simply unclip the locking catch and push the opposite corners of the unit together to form a conventional box grater. Lock into position with the catch. After use, simply flatten and lock again for easy storage. The design comes with its own protective sheath for added blade (and finger) protection. Blades: Coarse for cheese and vegetables; Fine for Parmesan, nutmeg, garlic and citrus zest; Ribbon for chocolate and soft cheese; Slicer for cucumber, potatoes and other vegetables. Product Information Model Number: 20025 Dimension: 8 x 6 x 0.8 inches Item Weight: 12.6 ounces Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces Origin: Imported


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Chef'n Dual Cheese Grater
07/26/15, via goodhousekeeping.com

Like the Michael Graves Double-Sided Folding Grater, the Chef'n Dual Cheese Grater offers two tools in one. Unfortunately, neither lived up to our standards. We found the grater flimsy and somewhat difficult to use too. Be mindful when storing; this model ...

Cheesegrater to undergo repair work for 'embrittlement' after third huge steel bolt breaks off one of London’s tallest skyscrapers
01/15/15, via MSN

The real estate group behind the Cheesegrater skyscraper in London has admitted that another of its huge steel “mega-bolts” has fallen off, bringing the total that have broken to three. Plans are being made to replace potentially hundreds of the bolts ...

Product Review: Savora's Sexy Hand Grater
09/16/14, via Core77

The result: soft wispy clouds of cheese in the plastic container. Thanks to the sharp, etched bands (similar to those on the popular Microplane grater), I was able to shave fine ribbons of the Pecorino Romano. When I rubbed that same knob of cheese over ...

Beet-Lemon Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
Beet-Lemon Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Yes, you read that right. Beets. This recipe drew inspiration from a number of sources. A few weeks ago, an episode of Good Eats aired where Alton (obviously thematically inspired by Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) talked about beet juice being used to provide the red color to red velvet cake. I thought that beets might make a good stand-in for carrots in carrot cake, and maybe I’d end up with red or pink cakes that would thrill my pink-obsessed daughter. A little searching turned up a number of similar takes (like this one at YumSugar), but they all had one thing in common: baking caused the color to fade, which would have defeated the purpose. So, I grabbed my copy of McGee’s On Food and Cooking, and found that the pigments in beets (betalains) are affected not only by temperature but by pH. Acid pH was associated with the red color I was going for, so I started with my absolute favorite carrot cake recipe (originally from the folks at Cooks Illustrated),...

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roasted garlic cheesecake with caramelised onions
roasted garlic cheesecake with caramelised onions

after screwing around and making radish cake, i decided to ruin cheesecakes with inappropriate ingredients next. i also made a few normal ones, but the roasted garlic could not be resisted, and i did have a huge mass of cream cheese to use. the flavour is exactly as you'd imagine, though i used a bit too much rosemary in the topping. i prefer it to the sweet cheesecake. crust: 1/2 cup bread crumbs (reserving a little) 1/2 cup ground nuts 2 tbsp cornmeal chopped fresh herbs, if wanted 2 tbsp butter, melted 1 tbsp vanilla sugar custard: 1/2 lb cream cheese 1 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp vanilla sugar 2 eggs 1 head of roasted garlic, peeled and mashed nutmeg topping: 4 medium red onions 1 tbsp balsamic syrup olive oil rosemary roast the garlic (on its own in oil, if you like - i did mine over 1 1/2 hours in some tomatoes). set out the cream cheese (or ricotta, either are fine here) and eggs so they come to room temperature. preheat the oven to 350ºf. lightly butter the bottom and sides...

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The Cheesegrater car park in Sheffield
The Cheesegrater car park in Sheffield

One of the most iconic new buildings in Sheffield, the Charles Street Q-Park Car Park or 'Cheese Grater' as it is locally known provides a nice statement to people visiting Sheffield. Designed by Allies and Morrison and built in 2010, the car park's facade is composed of identical folded aluminium panels, rotated to animate the facade. Inside the panels are painted green, giving the structure an eerie glow when illuminated at night.

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