Dorie Greenspan writes the monthly "Tools of the Trade" column for Bon App├ętit magazine and loves gadgets. But unlike most of us when it comes to cheese graters, Dorie's gadget drawer isn't littered with multiple varieties. She's a one-grater woman since discovering the Microplane rasp-type grater. It's modeled on a woodworker's rasp, it's precise, costs about $18, and you'll never need another. The razor-sharp holes produce precision-cut cheese and do a fine job with lemon zest, too. For more information, visit the Microplane Web site.