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Marble Stone Lazy Susan for Table, Round Spinning Serving Plate, 12-Inch, White
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- SAVES TABLE SPACE: Features an ideal size that will not take up much precious area, its round design offers a convenient way to serve everyone at the table; 12-inch diameter
- 100% NATURAL MARBLE construction provides premium quality, durability, and elegance; Due to natural variations in the marble, color may differ slightly from the images
- SIMPLE SERVING: Moveable turntable plate keeps food, condiments and more within easy reach for all dinner guests
- NATURAL STAY-COOL AND NON-STICK properties make this a perfect serving tray for sliced cheese, fruits, veggies, and desserts
- EASY TO CLEAN and simple to care for, handwash with a mild detergent
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From the manufacturer
Fox Run's Marble Pastry Boards are sourced from high quality marble. Marble is valued for is contrasting veins of color which add an elegant touch to any kitchen. Additionally, it does not absorb any moisture, fats or odors from food.
Keep Dough Cool
Pastry chefs have long valued marble for its natural ability to stay cooler than room temperature and use it to roll out pastry, cookie dough and even pizza dough! A chilled marble surface keeps dough from sticking and ensures the butter or fat in pastry stays cool. For best results, refrigerate the Marble rolling pin for 15-30 minutes prior to use.
No-Slip Rubber Matts
Rubber feet keep the board in place on countertops.
Easy to Clean
Cleaning is a breeze - simply wash with warm soapy water and pat dry.
Doubles as Serving Board
Given the beautiful contrast in the marble, these boards stand out on countertops and double as a beautiful serving piece.
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No more reaching across the table to get ahold of the salt or butter during a family dinner! Keep food, spices, condiments and accessories easily accessible to all guests with a simple rotation. This White Marble Lazy Susan allows helpful kitchen organization and availability to whatever you wish to set upon it. The smooth-turning, moveable plate constructed of durable, polished marble will add a touch of elegance to your dining setting. Place meal must-haves like napkins, salt and pepper, or ketchup and mustard on the spinning stone slab for quick clean-ups and seasoning. Perfect for distributing dairy products such as sliced cheese or butter, fruits, raw vegetables, appetizers, and desserts such as cheese cake or chilled pies, the marble will keep the temperature low and cool. The revolving serving plate features feet on the bottom of its base to protect your table or countertop from potential scratches or damage. Avoid unwanted spills and disruptive stretches when you add this marble lazy susan to your everyday meal endeavors. Measures 12 x 1.75 inch.
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Lastly, you can tell where the machine cut the marble as there are leftover cut marks on the board which I can't get onto a photo. You have to see it in person to know what I am talking about. Anyway, I guess it does the job... But I don't think it is worth the price. I would recommend spending a bit more money and time to go to a brick and mortar store to purchase this item, to get the right look and to double check the quality.
I would definitely like to return the item and get all my money back, (without having to pay for the return shipping) but as everyone says the board is VERY HEAVY and am scared that returning it in the beat up box I received would only shatter it upon return arrival.
What else can I say? The interior of the mortar curves smoothly and the pestle has a great grinding tip on it. It's made out of solid marble, is quite heavy, and handles easily. Two enthusiastic thumbs up for this one!
I'm still using this slicer. I run it through the dish washer after each use, and I've only had to replace the wire blade once. I've had to tighten it up a few times, but this has held up very, very well...and, I purchased some of the big blocks of CostCo cheese, and this works fine to cut them!
Forget what you read before this review. Here are the facts:
1. The slot for the wire is nicely tapered, which seems to help a LOT compared to other versions I've used
2. Wire is really tight, which let's it cut quickly and cleanly
3. Marble is super-easy to clean. I'll never use a wood one again.
4. MOST IMPORTANT: The pivot for the handle is in the perfect spot. Allows maximum leverage of the wire against the cheese. You don't have to horse the handle and wire through your cheese
One caveat: If you are buying those GIANT blocks of CostCo cheese previous reviewers have discussed, don't complain that this mini-slicer doesn't work for you. Spend more money and get a much larger slicer. You don't buy a Honda Civic and complain that you can't fit a 4' X 8' sheet of plywood in the trunk, do you?
This is the best tool for the job, assuming you are cutting normal pieces of cheese (and not pieces to cover an entire slice of bread)...