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    Feb172010

    Tool Time & Chocolate Curls

    Tool Time the kitchen tools and gadgets I love

    Yes, it's a veggie peeler! A sharp vegetable peeler is used in chocolate work to trim up those rough edges & ties in with a couple of email enquires I had this week asking how to make the small chocolate curls I used in the Colouring Chocolate entry earlier this month.

    Curls are made straight from a block, bar or in the case of my coloured chocolate "a blob". Hold the chocolate in one hand and firmly and evenly run the peeler down the narrow side. Pressing firmly gives you a tight curl, not as firmly gives a softer curl. The curls have a slightly wood-grain appearance.

    tight curl & two partial curls

    blobs of chocolate for the small amount of coloured curls I needed

    finished chocolate curls

    My peeler of choice to do this? An Oxo Good Grips swivel peeler, it's sharp and the rubber non-stick grip makes it so much easier to hold. I have two, one for chocolate work and one for the veggies! 

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    Reader Comments (2)

    Just stumbled on your blog (and flickr pics!) YUM!! I'm a fan!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com

    February 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKim

    Sono contenta di averti incontrato sul web, ho aggiunto il tuo sito con piacere alla mia blogroll ;) hai delle idee geniali!
    Buona giornata
    Sonia

    September 7, 2010 | Unregistered Commentersunflowers8

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