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Dress your plate with a squeeze

Fine Cooking Issue 89
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Plastic squeeze bottles are the not-so-secret garnishing weapon of professional chefs, who use them to drizzle desserts with melted chocolate, dot sauces on a dinner plate, or squiggle dressings over a salad. Here’s a stylish update to the standard mustard-style bottle, featuring angled silicone tips in two diameters. Each bottle holds 2 cups and comes with a cap, making it easy to store your sauce or dressing in the fridge. Sold at Williams-Sonoma stores for $10 (narrow green tip) and $11 (wide gray tip).


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