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Meanwhile, grate cheese with Microplane Adjustable Coarse Grater. 6. Using Silicone Oven Mitt Set, carefully remove Dutch Oven from microwave to Stackable Cooling Rack. Add yogurt and 11/2 cups (375 mL) of the cheese; stir until well blended. Season to 

Dish It Up: How to use summer tomatoes — even in winter

2 large garlic cloves, peeled, then minced or then grated on a microplane grater. 2 teaspoons raw sugar. 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt. 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper. 4 sprigs fresh thyme, removed from stems. Toasted baguette slices. Preheat

TIP OF THE DAY: Mix Zucchini Ribbons With Pasta

Source: THE NIBBLE Blog

When we were 10 years old, Mom planted zucchini in the backyard. It wasn’t a big plot—maybe 6′ x 8’—but it produced so much zucchini, we couldn’t eat half of it, and gave the rest away. A pre-tip tip: Pick or buy zucchini on the smaller side. There’s a photo of us with our brother, holding up one that grew to three feet long and very wide in girth. (According to Guinness World Records, the longest zucchini measured 7 ft 10. 3 inches, harvested in October 2005 in a home garden in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. HOW VERSATILE IS ZUCCHINI. That summer Mom made zucchini crudités with dips. zucchini grilled, steamed, stewed, stir-fried, stuffed and baked. zucchini bread and muffins. zucchini casseroles and lasagna. zucchini pickles and salads. zucchini soup and our very favorite childhood recipe, fried zucchini with a squeeze of lemon (and of course, ketchup). Much of the zucchini we gave away to our grandmother was returned to our home as ratatouille, a delicious Provençal summer dish that also includes bell peppers, eggplant, garlic, onions and tomatoes. It can be served hot or cold, or used as a topping for bruschetta or crostini. Serving it chilled or room temperature, topped with Greek yogurt and a chiffonade of fresh basil, is a delicious first course with toasts or crackers, Or, use it to top salad fixings, and garnished with black olives. CELEBRATE NATIONAL ZUCCHINI DAY. August 8th, National Zucchini Day, is a good day for zucchini in any form. Last year, we made zucchini “pasta” with the Microplane Spiral Cutter , a gadget that peels whole zucchini into pasta-like strands (it does the same with cucumbers, carrots and other root vegetables). You can use a box grater, but for less than $15, this gadget makes it easy. Since then, we’ve been playing with other ways to use zucchini pasta, including swirling the uncooked ribbons into a bird’s nest shape, filled with deviled eggs, egg salad, scrambled eggs and, beyond the nest-and-eggs theme, with marinated cherry... But today, we share this idea sent to us from Good Eggs [a supplier of the exceptional produce and specialty foods], excerpted from The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook: A Year of Cooking on Martha’s Vineyard. The recipe combines conventional ribbon pasta (long strands, like spaghetti and fettuccine) with zucchini ribbons, and makes the pasta dish more nutritious. Zucchini contains lots of vitamin C, plus B6, magnesium, iron and calcium. But more important to most people, cooked zucchini has just 20 calories per cup, compared with 182 calories for pasta (174 calories for whole wheat pasta). Do the math—and use whole wheat pasta instead of refined white flour pasta for lots more fiber. RECIPE: REGULAR & ZUCCHINI PASTA WITH CRAB. Crab adds a touch of elegance to this pasta dish, but you can use any seafood (clams, mussels, oysters, shrimp, etc. ½ pound picked crabmeat 1 jalapeno, seeded and minced 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil ¼ cup loosely packed fresh mint leaves 2 medium summer squash (yellow squash, zucchini or one of each) 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar ¼ teaspoon minced... *Barilla makes both of these round ribbon pasta shapes. However, since the zucchini ribbons are flat, we went with fettuccine, a flat ribbon pasta (linguine is a thinner version). BRING a large pot of salted water to a boil. COMBINE in a small bowl the crab, jalapeño and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Chop half of the mint and mix gently with the crab. Grate the squash using a large-hold grater, stopping short of the seedy cores. Add the squash to the mint along with vinegar, garlic, remaining olive oil, salt and pepper. COOK the pasta until al dente , about 7 minutes. Meanwhile, heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the marinated crab, marinated squash and basil and heat through. DRAIN the pasta, reserving some pasta water. Add the pasta to the crab mixture along with some reserved pasta water (enough to loosen the sauce). Season with salt, pepper, and lemon juice. ZUCCHINI HISTORY A.

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The ABCs Of Family Dining: Action, Behavior And Communication
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5. Meanwhile, grate cheese with Microplane Adjustable Coarse Grater. 6. Using Silicone Oven Mitt Set, carefully remove Dutch Oven from microwave to Stackable Cooling Rack. Add yogurt and 11/2 cups (375 mL) of the cheese; stir until well blended.

Imported bottarga is worth exploring

Transfer the pasta to a serving bowl and scatter the bread crumbs and the remaining mint over the top. Using a Microplane or other rasp grater, grate lots of bottarga over the top. Serve immediately.

Microplane Classic Series Zester/Grater
08/03/15, via goodhousekeeping.com

The classic Microplane Classic Series Zester/Grater continues to be our top choice for zesting and fine grating. This zester/grater zests lemon rind almost effortlessly, without biting into any bitter pith, and produces large mounds of fluffy Parmesan cheese.


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055/365 - Mondo Macro Microplane
055/365 - Mondo Macro Microplane

This is the shot I had in mind yesterday–an extreme close-up of one of my Microplane graters. I use it all the time for cheese, nutmeg, garlic, whatever. Yes, I'll likely be subjecting you to a few more macro shots while I “audition” the extension tubes. Yes, it came to mind because of the whole micro-macro thing. (Sorry.) Put the grater on a piece of blue construction paper, angled up. Lit things by my flash on my wireless trigger, at 1/4 power, about 8 inches behind the upper left but below the grater, to get the backlight. The color reflecting off the metal is from a piece of yellow construction paper held above the grater. Had to use a long exposure to get proper exposure on the front of the grater against the strong backlight. Nikon D7000 with Nikkor 18-200 @ 200mm with 68mm worth of extension tubes, 10s @ ƒ/32, ISO100. Flash to the upper left at 1/4 power, using yellow paper as a bounce from above.

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Grating Ginger on Microplane
Grating Ginger on Microplane

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