Everything about the Grater Plater subliminally cried out, “Please take me home for five dollars.”
Smart Inventions Grater Plater
- Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.4 x 1.6 inches
- Item Weight:8 ounces
- Manufacturer: smart inventions
This grater plater with bonus garlic peeler is the real product that matches your kitchen needs. It is specially designed to be easy to clean and easy to use. A convenient and functional product made for your kitchen needs to save your energy and time.
It is made of ceramic and gives you a healthy as well as elegant product for your home. Its package includes a garlic peeler and a brush.
Different commercials for the Grater Plater
First, it was on sale. I’m big on sales, especially since we have approximately 1,400 more As Seen On TV products to review. If we can save five bucks every now and again, that’ll come in handy when we want to buy more bargain ASOTV wares… or hire Sasha Harris for a few hours.
Second, this ceramic Godsend was lauded by two different pitchmen. No shit. Both Billy Mays and Anthony Sullivan gave the Grater Plater a thumbs up. And, coming from the men who endorsed The Awesome Auger and Point N’ Paint, the Grater Plater was almost certain to have a near 50% chance of working somewhat reliably.
Because there are two different commercials for the Grater Plater, I’ll embed both videos. THE TOP VIDEO WILL FEATURE BILLY MAYS!!!! Feel free to pick and choose which video you’d like to watch. Or watch one following the other. Or, you could press play on both videos at the same time and listen to both salesmen deliver the same script in near-unison, which I’m assuming would be like listening to that Flaming Lips album “Zaireeka”.
Personal Experience as a Buyer:
The dish I bought looks similar to the plates in the video, except, rather than pale blue, my purchase looks like it came from the kitchen of whoever designed the Dawson era “Family Feud” set.
The design is simple enough. A teeny circular dish with a slew of ridges, making it look vaguely like the scalp of a Klingon.
Because it’s so small, the claim that you can grate and serve in the same dish doesn’t take into account that most of the cooking that I do requires about 10 times more cheese than that dinky platter could hold.
This also presupposes that the Grater Plater actually has the ability to grate things.
Truth told I think I’d have more success grating cheese by rubbing a block of mild cheddar along Worf’s forehead.
But, all is not a total loss.
A Complete Package for Your Kitchen Needs
The Grater Plater came with a little rubber garlic peeler. Simply press down firmly on the garlic, roll it, and the skin comes off faster than Lindsay Lohan’s clothing after a couple of cans of Old Milwaukee.
This would be beneficial if we didn’t own a microwave.
Popping a few cloves of garlic in the nuker for 10-13 seconds will completely and cleanly take off the outer layer. This is a valuable tip I learned from Rachael Ray, which helps to offset my urge to punch her in the face every time she says “E.V.O.O.”
If I think about it for a while, I’m sure I can come up with a practical application for a hollow tube that things can be rolled in.
And, the small dish was the perfect size to hold The Graty. So, it was serviceable, after all.
Speaking of Klingons, did you ever hear the song “Duet With a Klingon” by Carla Ulbrich?
I have! I love that song! Here’s a link to it. Enjoy!