Handmade Ceramic Grating Plate

By The Grate Plate

$25

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Garlic, ginger, nutmeg, hard cheeses—this ceramic grater tackles them all and does the grating (and even zesting) job beautifully. Handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, the plate comes in bright colors with a polished finish that won’t wear down over time. Use it for prep work or to whip up and serve a quick garlic dipping oil for bread.

  • Made in the USA: Portland, OR
  • Materials: Grater: Lead-free and food-safe clay and glazes; Brush: Wooden handle, nylon bristles; Garlic peeler: Food grade silicone
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Includes one ceramic grater, one silicone garlic peeler, one wooden gathering brush
  • Instructions: Wet the grate plate before grating garlic or ginger. See full instructions for more information
  • Stoneware ceramic will not wear down over time
  • Ceramic is non-porous, flavors will not remain after washing
  • Perfect for making bread dip with grated garlic and olive oil
  • Great for grating garlic, ginger, peppers, nutmeg, hard cheeses and more
  • Dimensions: 4.5" x 4" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.5 lb.
 

About The Grate Plate

Ceramic Grater

Deborah and Hillary Murphy spent a year fine-tuning their ceramic graters before bringing them to local farmers markets to see how folks would respond. Their beautifully handcrafted dishes were such a hit that The Grate Plate has grown and found fans beyond the Murphys' home base of Portland, Oregon.

Portland is where the mother-daughter team makes each brightly hued ceramic plate dotted with unique graters that won’t wear down over time and are gentler than metal. (Your fingertips will thank you.) Made with garlic in mind, The Grate Plate does the grating job for hard cheeses, ginger, nutmeg, peppers, and it can even zest citrus. We like the idea of using one to prep and serve a quick garlic dipping oil for bread.

The presentation-worthy plate combines functionality and a polished finish, which also makes it a perfect gift for hosts, home cooks, or anyone who appreciates beautifully made and useful things.