Use it for deglazing. It’s gentler than a metal one for scraping up the brown bits.
Hachoir or Mezza Luna (?)
I found this chopper at a yard sale. I’m still not too sure how it’s really supposed to be used but its old and interesting. It came from a Philadelphia restaurant.
Perfect for removing choke from artichokes. I suppose you can use it for balling melons too.
When the butcher doesn’t make them thin enough, here you go.
Good for powdering spices or making Flips & Frulatto. I got this one in a flea market. It’s nothing fancy with only two speeds, on and off.
For Old Fashioneds, Mint Juleps Caipirinhas, etc.
Speaks for itself.
Buy a cheap one and replace it when it gets dull.
The curved bottom is the perfect shape for squashing olives so you can remove the pit.
A simple design but does the job.