If the Savora Garlic Press looks like it was stripped from the hood of a sports car, that might be because its designer cut his teeth making Mustangs. "Why do cooking tools need to look like Model Ts – flat and uninspired?" says Sid Ramnarace. His press is designed for both beauty and increased leverage, with handles that accommodate petite paws as well as Hulk hands. It also holds larger cloves than most other presses. [$30; savorastyle.com]
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