The Extra Coarse Grater creates thick coarse stripes and is ideal for everything that needs to be coarse. The Extra Coarse Grater excels in grating cheddar and other cheeses, as well as a wide range of fruits and vegetables, such as apples, onions, cabbage and potatoes
Extra Coarse grated cheese can be used for all sorts of ‘au gratin,’ like potato skins au gratin, but also ideal for a fresh taco salad.
Microplane® launches Master Series, a new collection of elegantly designed hand-held graters crafted in walnut and stainless steel. Reflecting Microplane’s iconic wood shop heritage and today’s popular craftsman styling, Master Series offers the best in contemporary styling, durability, and flawless performance. The exceptionally beautiful, oiled walnut handles (wood sourced from the U.S.) are comfortable to hold and add a distinctively warm and chic design to kitchen decors. Delivering superior results every time and years of enjoyment, Master Series is the perfect choice for the craftsman in the kitchen.
Use/food: Cheese, Apples, Cabbage, Potatoes
Long-lasting, ultra sharp, stainless steel blade- Made in USA
Non-slip end for added stability
Reusable protective cover included
Material: 18/8 (300 series) stainless steel grating surface and US Certified walnut handle
Designed with both the professional chef and home cook in mind, the extensive, paddle-shaped Gourmet Series was enhanced in design and function. It looks sleek and offers ample grating and shaving surface, soft-touch handles, plus non slip rubber ends for added stability.
Handsomely crafted, the high-performance Gourmet Series features seven grating options: Coarse, Medium Ribbon, Fine, Large Shaver, Extra Coarse, Star blade, and Ultra Coarse.
Microplane® - The Company
Microplane® is based in Russellville, Arkansas by family-owned Grace Manufacturing Inc., a long-standing company specializing in the crafting of precision thin metal parts for home and industrial use.
With almost 40 years experience of photochemical manufacturing, the company introduced a new form of woodworking tools in 1990, followed by a kitchen line in 1994 and expanded into the personal care industry in 2004. With North American and European operations, and worldwide distribution, the company currently owns several U.S. process patents and produces successfully over 400 products for the housewares and personal care industries.