So Apéro

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The So Apéro slicer brings gastronomic flair to any get-together. That’s because accountant (and festive party host) Philippe Lassiaille values good food, good friends, and good times. Combining them with his French heritage, he created an appetizer guillotine that brings delicatessen precision to every snacking session. Philipe chose the name So Apéro based on the French “apéro” tradition of sharing wine, cheese, and sausage with friends and family before dinner. The slicer is handcrafted in France with beech wood and stainless steel, and it’s the perfect charcuterie board companion. It can easily slice sausage, cheese, bread, fruits, and veggies, and makes for a très magnifique presentation.

So Apéro

Handcrafted Sausage & Cheese Slicer

Slice Centerpiece

The So Apéro slicer brings gastronomic flair to any get-together. That’s because accountant (and festive party host) Philippe Lassiaille values good food, good friends, and good times. Combining them with his French heritage, he created an appetizer guillotine that brings delicatessen precision to every snacking session. Philipe chose the name So Apéro based on the French “apéro” tradition of sharing wine, cheese, and sausage with friends and family before dinner. The slicer is handcrafted in France with beech wood and stainless steel, and it’s the perfect charcuterie board companion. It can easily slice sausage, cheese, bread, fruits, and veggies, and makes for a très magnifique presentation.
So Apéro
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Quick Questions

What safety precautions need to be taken?

The blade of the sausage slicer is extremely sharp. Make sure you keep your fingers at a distance from the slicing area. When you're not using the device, the safety catch must always be locked. Wear cut-resistant gloves and never leave the sausage slicer within reach of children.

Is the sausage slicer designed to slice any type of sausage?

Yes, as long as the sausage diameter is not bigger than that of the blade.

Does the slicer only slice sausages?

Although the slicer blade was specifically designed for sausages, it's also perfect for slicing cheese, vegetables, bread, and even truffles.

Can the sausage slicer be cleaned in a dishwasher?

No, cleaning it in a high-temperature dishwasher could distort the slicer irreversibly. It should be cleaned with a sponge slightly dampened with soapy water, then dried immediately.

My sausage slicer is not fast and smooth when I operate it. What can I do?

This can occur when the wood naturally expands and contracts, especially in unusually damp conditions. In this case, leave your slicer in a cool, dry place for a few hours so that it can recover. If this does not work, oil the wood with some cooking oil. If the problem persists, sand the knife-slide lightly with sandpaper and then oil it.

Do I need to sharpen the blade?

No, the sausage slicer blade is a micro-toothed blade made of very hard steel. Like certain micro-toothed kitchen knives, its lifespan is extremely long under normal use conditions. You can sharpen it using a special toothed-blade sharpener or a professional can do it for you.

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So Apéro

Handcrafted Sausage & Cheese Slicer

Slice Centerpiece

The So Apéro slicer brings gastronomic flair to any get-together. That’s because accountant (and festive party host) Philippe Lassiaille values good food, good friends, and good times. Combining them with his French heritage, he created an appetizer guillotine that brings delicatessen precision to every snacking session.

Philipe
chose the name So Apéro based on the French “apéro” tradition of sharing wine, cheese, and sausage with friends and family before dinner. The slicer is handcrafted in France with beech wood and stainless steel, and it’s the perfect charcuterie board companion. It can easily slice sausage, cheese, bread, fruits, and veggies, and makes for a très magnifique presentation. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

What safety precautions need to be taken?

The blade of the sausage slicer is extremely sharp. Make sure you keep your fingers at a distance from the slicing area. When you're not using the device, the safety catch must always be locked. Wear cut-resistant gloves and never leave the sausage slicer within reach of children.

Is the sausage slicer designed to slice any type of sausage?

Yes, as long as the sausage diameter is not bigger than that of the blade.

Does the slicer only slice sausages?

Although the slicer blade was specifically designed for sausages, it's also perfect for slicing cheese, vegetables, bread, and even truffles.

Can the sausage slicer be cleaned in a dishwasher?

No, cleaning it in a high-temperature dishwasher could distort the slicer irreversibly. It should be cleaned with a sponge slightly dampened with soapy water, then dried immediately.

My sausage slicer is not fast and smooth when I operate it. What can I do?

This can occur when the wood naturally expands and contracts, especially in unusually damp conditions. In this case, leave your slicer in a cool, dry place for a few hours so that it can recover. If this does not work, oil the wood with some cooking oil. If the problem persists, sand the knife-slide lightly with sandpaper and then oil it.

Do I need to sharpen the blade?

No, the sausage slicer blade is a micro-toothed blade made of very hard steel. Like certain micro-toothed kitchen knives, its lifespan is extremely long under normal use conditions. You can sharpen it using a special toothed-blade sharpener or a professional can do it for you.

Learn more about the product

Handcrafted Sausage & Cheese Slicer see details