In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The common four-sided box graters have different-size holes on each side, but only the long, flat holes (the ones you use for cheese) will produce the right shreds for a crispy pancake.
- She was still frozen in place, her knuckles turning white from gripping the cheese grater so tightly.
- Break orange peel into small pieces, or finely grate with grater.
- Grate your garlic - I use a nifty little garlic grater, but just use whatever you have on hand.
- English and Irish silver examples are less exotic but exhibit pleasing proportions that stem from good design and craftsmanship; they were sometimes combined with nutmeg graters, seals, and pipe tampers.
- It includes 14 tools, such as knives, spatulas, a grater, a can opener and a corkscrew.
- There's not one microplane grater in the bunch, though one is in Delia Smith's list of essentials available for sale.
- She was now spreading sauce on the noodles, a block of cheese and a grater next to the pan.
- To prevent a clumpy mess when shredding semisoft cheese with a box grater, spray grater with a nonstick cooking spray before you start.
- She said the drink is more interesting if there are whole cinnamon sticks and nutmeg with a grater on the bar.
- It is hardly possible for one to imagine a kitchen without a rolling pin and plank, a coconut grater or at least a churner.
- Wash and grate the zucchini at an angle on the large side of a cheese grater.
- Grate the zucchini using the large holes of a cheese grater.
- Scrape the gratings from the grater and the larger bits on top into a small bowl.
- Grate the bars of soap using the largest holes of a box style grater.
- Almost all the nutmeg graters in the Green Collection were made in England or America between the late seventeenth and early twentieth centuries.
- You can also grate the crumbs by hand using a cheese grater.
- Zesters and box graters have small holes for this purpose, but a microplane grater makes the job easier.
- It's very simple: just use the side of a cheese grater or slicer.
- What if you took a bar of the soap, scraped off shavings with a cheese grater into a container, and added some water?
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