zester

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zest·er

 (zĕs′tər)
n.
A kitchen utensil, usually a steel panel or strip with a handle and sharp-edged slits and perforations, used for zesting the rinds of citrus fruit.

zester

(ˈzɛstə)
n
(Cookery) a kitchen utensil used to scrape fine shreds of peel from citrus fruits
Translations

zester

[ˈzɛstər] nzesteur m
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You can easily add texture and festive designs to your sugar cookies by using cooking tools such as canele molds, diamond-shape cookie cutters, and five-hole zesters.
In-house ingenuity tweaked the precision-engineered Microplane wood rasp that creative cooks adapted to kitchen use and in 1998 launched the company's now renowned graters, zesters and shavers.
But the phenomenon began in the 70s with Delia Smith, when she told her viewers about lemon zesters and caused a Europe-wide shortage of the gadgets.
Show-goers will see all sorts of zesters, slicers, can openers and gizmos of all shapes and sizes.
by Microplane[R], a company that sells zesters, graters, and slicers, go to the National Kidney foundation.
Hanging in our kitchen, we have openers, peelers, graters, slicers, choppers, zesters, cutters, squeezers, strainers, mashers, scoopers, plus every knife imaginable ( in various states of gleam ( except one.
Drawers with cutouts for utensils that fit neatly into the spaces, from zesters to corkscrews and more.
Over the years, the Delia factor has also boosted sales of lime and coriander, liquid glucose, tahini paste, cranberry and even lemon zesters.
The in-store merchandising should reinforce the theme and accentuate product: espresso/cappuccino machines, steaming pitchers, demitasse cups and saucers, cappuccino mugs, lemon zesters, roasted beans, grinders.
Here are three zesters to consider adding to your kitchen arsenal--and the best ways to use them.
The store would feature products he discovered on visits to France, like copper pans, garlic presses, lemon zesters and balsamic vinegar, items that were not prevalent in the United States.
Now, Grace Manufacturing makes a line of graters and zesters designed specifically for kitchen use.