Another Utensil to Add to My Collection

grater zesterI hope you caught my post about my DIY Utensil Holder. One reader left a pretty inspiring comment about how if one had more than one rake end you could stagger them on your wall.

Brilliant!

And hey, guess what? I might have to do that. After testing out this 2-in-1 Zester + Grater from The Busy Hedonist, I’m going to need another one to hang thing handy dandy item on, as well as continuing to clear the overflowing utensil drawer.

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I was a little worried at first that the grater was too long and it was going to bend or break under the pressure of some food items.

I grated cheese, and ginger; zested an orange and a lemon and even used to grate some garlic. I was quite surprised at the quality and how well it held up to a cheese addict like me.

I love the orange handle because I can easily find it in my overflowing drawer.  I also liked that it came with a protective sleeve to help preserve the sharpness of the blade and to keep you from slicing your finger when digging around in your drawer. If you are in the market for a new grater, this one is available on Amazon for $12.95.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. says

    I’m so jealous Chrystal! I don’t currently own a zester and I know I’m missing out. Orange is pretty popular in our house because that is the school color of the high school my son goes to so this zester would surely be a hit! Good to know it is plenty durable. I’m pretty tough on kitchen utensils. Just ask my 10 can openers. LOL!
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