Boska Holland Cheese Curler Lets You Make Cheese Flowers
By Ryan on 05/30/2017 10:57 AM
Usually the fanciest cheese I eat are store brand American cheese singles, and if I really feel like getting fancy, I'll opt for the name brand Kraft singles. If you're fanciness level is equal to or greater than mine, you might want to get one of these cheese curlers that let you make flowers out of a block of cheese.
How it works is, you set your block of cheese down onto the wooden base and a metal rod that you stick through the middle along with metal teeth on the base will keep your cheese in place. You then, place a scraper onto the top of the rod down to the level of your cheese and just turn it around.
After just a few circles around your block of cheese, you'll be left with a beautiful cheese flower that you can eat, put on a cracker, or use as a piece of decoration for your appetizers at a party.
The purchase comes with a round base made from beech wood, a steel pin, along with a curling knife. The curling knife will slice off a very thin layer of cheese with each rotation, plus it even works on chocolate.
The Boska Holland cheese curler should be wiped cleaned and hand washed only, comes with instructions, and measures 9.4 inches x 8.9 inches x 2.4 inches.
Check out the cheese curler flower maker in action via the video below.