Thank you, the pictures are fine. That looks to be a versatile grater!
My pictures are , uhhh, less than stellar, but here are pictures of my hand grater. Somewhat the same as a microplane. These hand graters could have been marketed better~~
My small hand grater is kinda like a microplane. It’s great for nutmeg, ginger, garlic, AND zesting citrus fruits!!!
When I find my camera, I will take a picture. [:p]
Yep, Mike. When I was out at the refinery I might drink a cup if it were below freezing outside and I rode the Harley in from East Texas. I have drunk maybe three or four cups of coffee since I retired and that was only because I had Kahlua and Irish Cream to lace it with.
Dick, we are more alike then we knew. Mom and dad were heavy coffee drinkers and I don’t like the stuff either. As for spices I grind pepper, love the Costco grinder they came out with and the garlic salt combo.
Thank you, that site is sure all about ginger! [8D]
Dickestep,here are some recipes to help you cope with that glut of fresh ginger root…But,you’ve gotta try gingerbread made with fresh ginger sometime …It’s wonderful ! Here’s a link with lots of fresh ginger recipes :
It does spread like bamboo, and in our
warm hot climate it grows most of the year. I may have to resort to herbicides on the stuff. It’s either that, or convince the Cajuns it tastes great in Gumbo…
Oh my goodness ! It sounds almost like a stand of bamboo!
How do I grow it? Regretably, I’m afraid. My ex planted a few tubers in several spots around the yard about eight or nine years ago. It does make a nice screen, and has beautiful fragrant blooms, but it spreads like crazy. There are truckloads of the stuff now.
They just might…People use a lot of fresh ginger…How do you grow yours,dickestep?
Speaking of ginger, my yard has become overgrown with tons of the stuff. I’ve been wondering if one of the Asian markets would buy it. I should get out and check.
Dickestep,it’s one of the best kitchen investments you can make…Grate Parmesan cheese,fresh ginger,nutmeg,grate garlic cloves instead of mincing them or using a garlic press…You’ll find a thousand uses for this little kitchen jewel !
It sounds as if you’re good to go, MilwFoodlovers. I need to get out and find a good spice shop and restock.
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