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Swissmar Girolle Cheese Scraper
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- Cheese scraper specifically designed to create beautiful cheese flowers to accent cheese or appetizer trays
- Designed for use with a special cheese from Switzerland known as "Tate de Moines" (or Monk's Head), this cheese has the perfect consistency to create unique cheese rosettes
- 100 percent Swiss made
- Hand wash with soap and warm water
- 8.5 inches in diameter by 5.75 inches in height
- For use with Tete de Moine cheese from Switzerland
- Turn lever to shape cheese into beautiful rosettes
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How else to serve tete de moine? Excellent quality productPublished 1 month ago by lorenz m. worden
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We used the Girolle at an event for the first time and before the event was over the cheese broke up & fell apart so I don't know was it the Girolle or the cheese at falt, but it... Read morePublished on June 16, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I chose this rating because I have yet to find a cheese that this " Cheese Scraper " will SCRAPE!!! Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Arthur Puccetti