Does anyone know the brand mane of a good garlic press? I'm so tired of the ones that seem to be made of alum foil.
Years ago I bought one recommended by the Frugal Gourmet on TV. It was made in Italy I think. It was heavy duty and solid...and worked great.
I bought it at a kitchen supply specialty store (no longer live in that town) but I don't know the brand name of it. Any suggestions? Or just where to buy a good garlic press?
I use the Zyliss. I love it except for one thing. I think that the part where you load the garlic is too small. I have a micro-plane too. I just got the little grater attatchment. I will have to try it with garlic. I have used a garlic press for so long that I forgot about the micro-plane.
We've had a Zyliss for over 20 years (on the Frug's advice)
Just learned you don't have to peel the cloves. When you open it up after pressing, it comes out in one piece and leaves the press pretty clean!