So Im watching the cooking channel about a week ago ( dinner impossible, the one where he has to cook for the spelling bee students and family), and the chef made a vegetable lasagna. But instead of using lasagna noodles, he used this device that thinly peeled a zucchini ( its entire length all at once). It almost looked like a pasta machine. As he turned the crank, a wide, thin peel of zucchini was produced, to which he used as the 'noodle' in the lasagna he made. I didnt know what it was called, so I searched the internet unsuccessfully.
Last night I was watching the Iron chef ( the carrot battle) and she used this device to peel a carrot the same way. As she was describing it to the dish to the judges, she referred to it as a vegetable sheeter.
I searched again, but didnt find much, just one mention rom a restaurant supply company.
So, with all that said, anyone know what im talking about, if it has any other names, and where I could find one
Thanks in advance,