Rotary Cheese Grater. Preferred by culinary professionals, and used in the Mediterranean kitchen for decades, this grater is ideal for grating cheese, chocolate, nuts, and more. Simply turn the handle. This object is a contemporary exploration of the cheese grater, examples of which are featured in the Museum’s collection. Made of stainless-steel. Dishwasher-safe.
Preferred by professional chefs and a staple of the Mediterranean kitchen, this rotary style cheese grater is an indispensable tool for the kitchen or the table. Use it to grate semi hard to very hard cheeses such as Romano, Parmesan and Pecorino, or expand its capabilities to grate nutmeg, chocolate, or nuts. The grater can be comfortably used by either right or left handed people. The sturdy stainless steel construction provides years of use. Dishwasher safe.
Woman grating cheese Greek, Late Archaic Period, Early 5th century B.C. PLACE OF MANUFACTURE Tanagra, Boiotia, Greece Statuette of woman grating cheese. On the edge of the bowl is a pestle; on the ground a cheese with a knife resting on it. The chiton is white with red around neck and sleeves. The edge of the base is red, the top white. The cheese red. Grater, (add Greek) chair, knife-handle, pestle, and inside of bowl are yellow. Lips red. Flesh white.
Vegetarian Mediterranean Pasta Sauce - 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1 Medium Sweet Onion (grated on the large holes of a box grater) 4 Garlic Cloves* (minced) 1/2 Cup Kalamata Olives (pitted and roughly chopped) 2 Teaspoons Dried Oregano 1 Tablespoon Red Wine Vinegar 1 Tablespoon Drained Capers 1/4 Cup Toasted Walnuts (chopped) Freshly Ground Black Pepper Red Pepper Flakes