Garlic Press & Scraper
Bring on all the garlic.
Right here: the most talented garlic press we’ve ever met. It’ll whiz through unpeeled cloves like that, scrape itself clean, and then remove the peel, too (yep). That basket’s wide enough for bigger batches, too—so you’ll be ready for even your most pungent dishes (looking at you, garlic dip). Now to figure out what you’re going to do with all that time you just saved...
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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A 15-minute noodle dinner that checks every single box: creamy, cheesy, garlicky...
As usual, we spent yesterday hard at work cooking and photographing the recipes you'll be seeing on the site in the weeks to come. While there were no catastrophic messes this week, here are the top three moments from the day.
There's a secret special ingredient snuck in with the Greenmarket fare in today's peek into Amanda's kids' lunchboxes. Here's what they're having, straight from Amanda herself: "Smoked ham topped with sautéed turnip greens, kale, and fresh garlic. I think a few asparagus spears are snuck in there as well. The local strawberries are nice this year so I've been putting them in every lunch -- sometimes whole, sometimes sliced and mixed with yogurt, and sometimes on top of stewed rhubarb. My kids went to a birthday party where there was a piñata, thus the lollipop and Hershey's Chocolate. I let our kids have commercial candy now and then, but I draw the line at fast food!"