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Nigella Lawson Living Kitchen Herb Chopper Brushed £8.33 (was £16.11) Delivered @ Amazon

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Half price, good reviews, nice looking and great quality Stainless steel herb chopper in classic half moon shape with polished blade and brushed steel handles. "I don't think I could operate wit… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Half price, good reviews, nice looking and great quality

Stainless steel herb chopper in classic half moon shape with polished blade and brushed steel handles.

"I don't think I could operate without a mezzaluna - that two handed curved blade of a knife - so-called because it means 'half moon' in Italian. Most people erroneously believe that you need to be pro-standard dexterous to use such a lethal-looking implement, but the opposite is the case; because both hands are off the chopping surface, gripping the handles, it is actually impossible for even the terminally clumsy to cut themselves. This mezzaluna matches form for function: it has an almost classically beautiful shape, and because it is made entirely out of stainless steel, can go in the dishwasher." --Nigella Lawson
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http://images.amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-kitchen/nigella_herb_chopper.jpg
#2
great for cutting up "weed"s
#3
Good deal on this, though underappreciated on a site like this.

Over 999 left in stock also!!!
#4
I once bought a similar tool and used it for a while until I realised that a chef's knife did the job quicker and easier.

It may well be, and probably is, that this one is better but if you don't have a good chef's knife then I would suggest you save your money and put it towards one.

These do look cool though don't they? ;-)
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These do look cool though don't they? ;-)


And a fairly good "ninja style" weapon to boot :-D
#6
Very nice. Voted hot. I can use it for chopping the cilantro.:thumbsup:

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