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A Simple Solution for Grating Garlic

Fine Cooking Issue 67
Photo: Scott Phillips
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This may look like just a pretty dish, but it’s actually a garlic grater. By rubbing peeled garlic cloves over the dish’s grooves in a circular motion, we pulverized the garlic in seconds. And unlike a regular grater or rasp (where little garlic pieces can get trapped), the flat shape of this dish makes it easy to scrape clean.

Supergrater, $9.99 at Gourmetcatalog.com.


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