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Boska Holland Cheese Curler
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Humans—always an inventive lot—haven't yet seemed to find the limit on ways to eat cheese. Sliced thick onto crackers, layered in heaps into lasagna, or melted smooth in a fondue pot? Sign us up. Sandwiches, salads, and soups are better with a heavy hand of Parmesan or sharp Cheddar, and don't even get us started on pizza, with its cloud-like mounds of Mozzarella cheese. There is even an elusive way to serve cheese that we've just become acquainted with, known as a cheese curler; and if it isn't the darn tastiest tool we've ever seen, call us bamboozled. 

Cheese curlers are a genius contraption that can be used to carve any semi-to-firm cheese into almost paper-thin ribbons that look something akin to handmade roses—except these roses are made of Manchego, Gouda, or Drunken Goat. Curling the cheese so thin and delicately results in being able to aerate the cheese so that upon taste, it hits the tongue immediately with more flavor. In France, these cheese ribbons are serve alongside olive oil and Balsamic vinegar for dipping; but they can easily transform any sort of charcuterie plate, making it more visually appealing overall (always a plus) and also easy for guests to grab, pair with meats or crackers, and snack. 

You can even use it to shave fancy ribbons to sprinkle on top of spaghetti or stir into a creamy pasta bake for mouthwatering pockets of melted cheese, and shoppers even note that a cheese curler dresses up any dinner salad and can help make homemade grilled cheese feel like something out of a five-star restaurant. Some folks even have entire cheese curling parties that let guests try different types of cheese throughout the night for a cheese-filled affair that we certainly would like an invitation to. A Christmas celebration, perhaps? Talk about a party trick.

Boska Holland Cheese Curler
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If you're looking to try for yourself, the cheese curler that you'll likely find most highly reviewed and purchased online is the Boska Holland Cheese Curler that comes equipped with a wooden board, glass dome, and cheese curling contraption that will make your wildest cheese dreams come true. (SHOP IT: $49.99; amazon.com)

Grab a wheel of cheese or three from Costco—because hello, deals and steals!—and get to curling.