Chop 'Til You Drop With a Must-Have Mezzaluna

October 2007
Home Cooking;Oct2007, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p25
This article focuses on mezzaluna choppers. Information is presented on the meaning behind the tool's name. There are several models available for mezzaluna. A variety of foods can be chopped using a mezzaluna including fresh herbs, vegetables and chocolate. The advantages of a mezzaluna over a knife are discussed, as well as its availability.


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