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Microplane Cheese
Burke adds, “I also use the microplane for hard cheese over pasta and salads, and for nutmeg on top of a little glass of eggnog come the holidays!”

Chef Ian Marks is also quite the fan of the two graters. “Make sure you feel the grater top before purchasing,” he advises. “The lemon zester shouldn't be too sharp; you should be able to run your thumb across it without getting snagged. The cheese one should have a fairly wide face and wide holes."

Microplane Classic Series Extra Course Grater, $7.99, Microplane.
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