Grating Caviar?

by scunge 5 years ago

Recently enjoyed a Jacques Pepin program where in a dish he incorporated caviar that was not tiny eggs. He grated maybe with peeler. Anyone familiar with this product and being I live on Long Isla...

ACME Safety Grater - For Perfect Potato Latkes

by Charlieboy 18 years ago

Does anyone know where I might be able to get one? I use it to grate potatoes for latkes and its the only one that produces perfectly textured latkes. Mine has seen better days - I've had it for ...

Microplane grater dull?

by arielleeve 6 years ago

I have been having struggles with the microplane paddle graters in the last year or so. I had a fine paddle grater from Sur La Table that became so dull as to be almost unusable, which I chalked up...

Grating onions (without bawling your eyes out...)

by LiamF 6 years ago

The topic is fairly self-explanatory: I've cooked two dishes this weekend that used grated onions, and I've had to step out of the kitchen twice due to stinging eyes. How do you avoid this happe...

Rotary grater recommendations?

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 7 years ago

My mother mentioned wanting a new rotary grater (the one she has is ancient and in bad shape), so I thought I'd get her one for a gift. I've perused different models on Amazon, and those that don't...

I never used a grater before

by thegrindre 7 years ago

OK, I'm 66, been cooking all my adult life and never used a small grater before. I've always diced and minced with a knife. Well, I bought one last week http://www.walmart.com/ip/Oneida-Handheld-G...

Best Rasp / Fine Grater?

by arielleeve 7 years ago

I am on a hunt for a new rasp / fine grater. For a while we had the standard microplane one with the plastic handle and the skinny body (http://www.amazon.com/Microplane-40020-Classic-Zester-Grater...

Grating Nutmeg?

by dahlsk 7 years ago

I think I am overthinking this, but is grating nutmeg more analogous to zesting a lemon or grating parmesan, i.e. are you just supposed to grate the outside like the zest or can you grate through t...

Grater recommendations?

by arielleeve 7 years ago

Looking to update my grater situation in the kitchen. Currently we own a paddle microplane for zesting and fine grating, a very small box grater, and a paddle coarse grater. The latter two are chea...

Food Processor vs Grater

by SpencerTracy 7 years ago

Beside the below-listed points, are there any other benefits to owning a food grater/grinder? 1) Saves time by not having to wash the FP parts. 2) Able to use the grater for smaller meals - s...

wasabi grater

by woodside11377 8 years ago

what do you currently use to grate wasabi besides sharkskin

Kitchenaid attachment: cheese grater

by prio girl 8 years ago

I'm considering purchasing the cheese grater attachment for my Kitchenaid mixer and I'd appreciate hearing the opinions of CHs who have used this. Is it hard to clean? Do you feel it's worth havin...

Using microplane grater for garlic and ginger

c oliver
by c oliver 8 years ago

(If everyone already knows about this, don't beat me up, okay?!?) I was making mapo tofu last night and the instructions were to grate the ginger and garlic with the microplane grater. This was...

Do I need a rasp grater if I have a regular medium microplane?

by kdlalib 8 years ago

I've been zesting lots of lemons lately and I've been using my regular medium microplane. Should I be using a microplane rasp grater instead so as to avoid the pith? ETA: It's the Microplane Fin...

Does passing spaetzle dough through a cheese grater really work?

by Lady_Tenar 9 years ago

I've seen many recipes suggest this but it seems dubious to me. Has anyone actually tried it and, if so, does anyone have any tips and/or a recipe for a dough that works particularly well for this ...

Grating suet

by jammy 9 years ago

It has probably been done, but I had a forehead-slapping moment today. I had just unwrapped the suet for the mincemeat and Christmas pudding and was dreading grating it. It has always been the most...

grating head of garlic

by JC2 9 years ago

I was reading an article in Grub Street and the woman said she makes a pasta sauce to which she adds a head of garlic. She grates the head of garlic. I don't understand how this would work - is t...

Carrot grating technique

by thelazycook 9 years ago

I use a conventional four-sided hand grater for carrots. The grated threads come out shorter than I would like--not even half an inch. Is the problem in how I am using the grater, or am I using th...

looking for a cheese grater for crumbly cheese

free sample addict aka Tracy L
by free sample addict aka Tracy L 9 years ago

My mother had a cheese grater that was basically thin metal rods/wires that criss-crossed in a horizontal and vertical pattern and was attached to a rectangular frame and had a handle. It was grea...

Where can I find a 6.5" round ginger grater in Edmonton?

by chefathome 9 years ago

The last two times in Edmonton I asked at T&T and was told they did not carry them. Are you aware of any other stores that do? If not I will just order from Amazon.