Microplane Salt and Pepper

Microplane's graters and zesters have been written up in the New York Times, Washington Post, and most cooking magazines. Their unique design (once used in woodworking) has been adapted to the kitchen with fabulous results. Each tool handles its tasks effortlessly. The blades shred delicate strands of cheese, lemon zest and more. Microplane graters' tiny razor-like edges are formed process called photo-etching in which holes are dissolved with a chemical, leaving edges that finely slice food instead of tearing or shredding. Microplane graters are the ultimate tools for cooking or baking � use them for chocolate shavings or to finely grate fresh garlic or ginger. The Microplane grater had earned permanent space in the kitchen.