The ubiquitous salad tongs, a staple in the utensil drawer of many a kitchen. Typically, they look like a large spoon and large fork that have been conjoined together at the center of the handle, making it easy to grip, scoop and serve both leafy greens and chunkier toppings from a serving bowl and onto individual plates. The invention made it a little more convenient than needing to use two separate utensils and both hands for serving. While the design hasn't changed much, other iterations have continued to evolve into more compact claw-like mechanisms and single handed scooping devices that both free up drawer space and make it even quicker and easier to individually portion out servings of salads and other shared foods. Whether you're a traditionalist or love innovative kitchen gadgets, the options are endless when it comes to salad servers. We sorted through a bunch of servers and compiled an overview of some of the best.