garlic press


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Noun1.garlic press - a press for extracting juice from garlicgarlic press - a press for extracting juice from garlic
mechanical press, press - any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids
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garlic press

nspremiaglio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in periodicals archive ?
"Invest in a good garlic press to get the most out of each clove of garlic and avoid staining your hands with a strong garlic smell."
3 You possess both a utility belt and a garlic press. You've never used either but you know one of them might come in handy for holding the BBQ utensils if it ever stops raining.
2 Crush the garlic with a garlic press and mix with the tomato puree and passata.
3 cloves garlic, chopped or passed through a garlic press
Again with the garlic, you can either juice it or use a garlic press. Juice the lemons through the juicer or by using a citrus press or squeezing by hand.
Then there's the garlic press which only has one use that being pressing garlic through tiny holes that you can't get the garlic out of and if you do your hands then stink of garlic for a week - GET RID!
Garlic press. Using this time-saver is a quick way to get heart-healthy garlic into your diet.
| Stylish and practical, the Eva Solo garlic press is simple and straightforward to use and clean.
LIFETIME BRANDS WILL INTRODUCE SAVORA, A NEW BRAND OF KITCHEN tools and gadgets next month that it promises "will elevate the tart of food preparation." The initial collection includes a food grater, chopper, oil mister and garlic press that emphasize form, function and design.
A YOUNG man who nipped one of his partner's breasts with a garlic press was jailed for six months yesterday.
Getting rid of my miserable garlic press that had only been used once, I understood why Anthony Bourdain, chef and author, called it an "abomination" and connected with his suspicion of the viscid juice that resulted to present us garlic-press owners with something he insists "ain't garlic".
Then there's the garlic press which only has one use, that being pressing garlic through tiny holes that you can't get out and if you do your hands stink for a week - get rid.