- n. Plural form of zester.
“They examined the cracked pottery barn dinner plates, framed but faded travel posters, lemon zesters and melon ballers with disgust-tinged pity.”
“They are perfect lemon zesters -- removing only the zest and leaving behind the bitter white pithe.”
“Rasps migrated to the kitchen for use as citrus zesters, cheese graters, etc., and Microplane eventually created a whole line of kitchen-specific rasps-turned-graters.”
“On a table next to the still-faceless Rubin, Mr. Moser set out his briefcase of carving tools: chisels and clay-sculpting loops, lemon zesters and super-sharp Microplane graters.”
“These are the best citrus zesters/nutmeg graters/Parmesan cheese shredders bar none.”
“And here's a tip if you use one of those microplane zesters: turn it upside down, then run the zester over the lemon.”
“The pair stock the essential tools, including the Tag Bar wood muddler, fruit zesters, shakers, extra-long stirrers, and hard-to-find bitters.”
“Edmonds showed off snazzy kitchen tools like orange zesters and Japanese mandolins and dropped tips on a variety of topics, like when to replace old spices.”
“They now, of course, offer zesters, spice graters, a rotary Parmesan grater, and even a sea salt shaver -- I get giddy just looking at all the options!”
“1 I keep typing that as "apple crips" and then going off on extended reveries about the gangland of the vegetables using zesters as shivs, peelers as machetes, and corers as handguns.”
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