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Rolling pins- your preference for general baking

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by FluffyKiwiFruit08 4 years ago

I have limited real estate in my "baking tools" drawer, and I can only really fit one rolling pin. I am wondering which kind people prefer (the "traditional" fat ones, or the "french" ones) and why...

Experience w/ Jacob Bromwell brand?

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by bloodboy 1 year ago

In my continual search for Made in USA kitchenware, I stumbled upon Jacob Bromwell. I have had a look at his website and the brand itself and it looks great. It is quite expensive but it seems ...

Equipment for making mint chutney, rolling pin for samosas

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by blustery 3 years ago

Today I will be attempting samosas, starting first with a tortilla version until I get my Indian rolling pin for pastry which I may attempt with chickpea flour. I am going to make some mint chu...

How long does silicone kitchen "stuff" last when properly cared for?

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by FluffyKiwiFruit08 4 years ago

Curious if anyone knows or has an opinion on how long high-quality silicone will last if properly cared for? Things like baking molds, rolling pins, pastry mats ect... Will it, in say 10 years, dry...

Rolling Pin Question

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by PrairieGal2 4 years ago

I was oiling my rolling pin collection today when I realized someone here may have the answer to a mystery: can anyone tell me the purpose of the pin with the tiny diamond pattern? I thought maybe ...

Nylon Rolling Pin?

flourgirl
by flourgirl 12 years ago

Does anybody know why the nylon rolling pin made by Matfer is usually so expensive? ($80?!?) And does anybody here use one and prefer it over wood? If so, why? I actually already bought one, bec...

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