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Grating Caviar?

by scunge 1 year ago

Recently enjoyed a Jacques Pepin program where in a dish he incorporated caviar that was not tiny eggs. He grated ma...


ferret commented 1 year ago

ACME Safety Grater - For Perfect Potato Latkes

by Charlieboy 14 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 p...


DebinIndiana commented 2 years ago

Microplane grater dull?

by arielleeve 2 years ago

I have been having struggles with the microplane paddle graters in the last year or so. I had a fine paddle grater fr...

RhonelyInsanediego commented 2 years ago

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

by LiamF 2 years ago

The topic is fairly self-explanatory: I've cooked two dishes this weekend that used grated onions, and I've had to st...

hill food commented 2 years ago

Rotary grater recommendations?

by Caitlin McGrath 3 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 h...

Caitlin McGrath commented 3 years ago

I never used a grater before

by thegrindre 3 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 ...

mcsheridan commented 3 years ago

Best Rasp / Fine Grater?

by arielleeve 3 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 a...

tim irvine commented 3 years ago

Grating Nutmeg?

by dahlsk 4 years ago

I think I am overthinking this, but is grating nutmeg more analogous to zesting a lemon or grating parmesan, i.e. are...


Puffin3 commented 4 years ago

Grater recommendations?

by arielleeve 4 years ago

Looking to update my grater situation in the kitchen. Currently we own a paddle microplane for zesting and fine grati...

arielleeve commented 4 years ago

Food Processor vs Grater

by SpencerTracy 4 years ago

Beside the below-listed points, are there any other benefits to owning a food grater/grinder? 1) Saves time by not...


SpencerTracy commented 4 years ago

wasabi grater

by woodside11377 4 years ago

what do you currently use to grate wasabi besides sharkskin


la2tokyo commented 4 years ago

Kitchenaid attachment: cheese grater

by prio girl 4 years ago

I'm considering purchasing the cheese grater attachment for my Kitchenaid mixer and I'd appreciate hearing the opinio...


CrazyOne commented 4 years ago

Using microplane grater for garlic and ginger

by c oliver 5 years ago

(If everyone already knows about this, don't beat me up, okay?!?) I was making mapo tofu last night and the instru...

c oliver commented 5 years ago

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

by kdlalib 5 years ago

I've been zesting lots of lemons lately and I've been using my regular medium microplane. Should I be using a micropl...


kdlalib commented 5 years ago

Does passing spaetzle dough through a cheese grater really work?

by Lady_Tenar 5 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 ...


magiesmom commented 5 years ago

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Grating suet

by jammy 5 years ago

It has probably been done, but I had a forehead-slapping moment today. I had just unwrapped the suet for the mincemea...

grating head of garlic

by JC2 5 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...

sunshine842 commented 5 years ago

Carrot grating technique

by thelazycook 5 years ago

I use a conventional four-sided hand grater for carrots. The grated threads come out shorter than I would like--not e...


wyogal commented 5 years ago

looking for a cheese grater for crumbly cheese

by free sample addict aka Tracy L 5 years ago

My mother had a cheese grater that was basically thin metal rods/wires that criss-crossed in a horizontal and vertica...

njmarshall55 commented 5 years ago

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

by chefathome 6 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 store...

chefathome commented 6 years ago