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Butter Blade Spreader

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  • Multifunction tool that makes curls, softens butter, and has a knife edge to cut butter into pats, even through the wrapper
  • Small size fits in your silverware drawer and comes with a cover
  • Draw the holes across cold butter to make strands that are soft enough to spread. Use the large hole at the tip to make decorative curls
  • Please note: Blades are sharp. Use caution and store with cover on blade when not in use
  • Made in China
Materials
 ABS silicone, stainless steel blade
Includes
One Butter Blade Spreader with cover
Care
Dishwasher safe. Wash before first use. Handwash cover
Dimensions
7.5" x 0.86" 0.25"
Weight
0.04 lb

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Butter Blade Spreader

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Stainless steel blade · Cut pats of butter or create curls
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Microplane

Microplane Makers Richard and Jeff Grace had woodworkers in mind when they invented a microplane rasp back in 1990. When a frustrated and smart-thinking home baker ditched her dull citrus zester and reached into the toolbox for their tool instead, a eureka moment was born. The idea that, when it comes to woodworking tools, “sharper is better”, turns out to also apply in the kitchen. So all of Microplane’s graters, zesters, and prep gear have super sharp stainless steel blades that are Made in the USA. Whatever kitchen job you’re tackling—from peeling potatoes and grating parmesan to ricing cauliflower and even cutting perfect curls of butter—there’s a sturdy tool at the ready to help. Now run by Richard's son Chris, the team is hard at work developing products with a focus on efficiency and ease of use so you can get to tasty results in a better way.
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