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Rolling Pins

Everyone needs a rolling pin. The trick is finding one that's right for you.
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1) Beechwood Rolling Pin
(Wood - Beechwood)
$12, surlatable.com
WHY WE LIKE IT Nice weight, inexpensive, easy handling.
BEST FOR All-around use

2) The Pin solid aluminum rolling pin
(Aluminum)
$40, surlatable.com
WHY WE LIKE IT Chillable, durable, easy to clean.
BEST FOR Buttery doughs that need to stay cold.

3) Classic rolling pin
(Wood - mahogany and maple)
$45, vicfirthgourmet.com
WHY WE LIKE IT Gorgeous, easy to control.
BEST FOR All-around use, showing off.

4) Wide Glide rolling pin
(Nonstick plastic)
$20, wilton.com
WHY WE LIKE IT Nonstick, inexpensive, dishwasher-safe.
BEST FOR Fondant and pie dough.

5) Traditional Alloy Sil-Pin
(Nonstick silicone)
$40, fiestaproducts.com for retailers
WHY WE LIKE IT Ball bearings allow for fast, even rolling.
BEST FOR Thick, sticky dough.

USE YOUR ROLLING PIN TO MAKE THIS RECIPE

 

*Prices and other details were accurate when we published this article in February 2006.

 

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