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Ateco 20175 French Rolling Pin,20-Inch, Solid Maple Wood, Made in Canada
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- Professional quality French rolling pin with tapered ends is ideal for rolling out a variety of doughs such as cookie, pie, and puff pastry
- The no-handle design makes this rolling pin easier to maneuver and control pressure when working with delicate doughs
- Made in Canada of solid maple wood; one-piece construction; measures 20 inches long, center diameter is1.35 inches and end diameter is .8 inches
- Smooth surface makes cleaning a breeze; hand washing recommended
- FAMILY run for over 100 years, Ateco has produced highly specialized professional quality baking and decorating tools for pastry chefs and home bakers alike
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Ateco Rolling Pins have the weight needed to roll out even the stiffest of doughs. They are made in Canada out of solid Maple. Styles range from a 19” Dowel, the 20” French pin, or the Professional rolling pins in a variety of lengths and feature handles with ball bearings for a smooth and free rotation.
Ateco Decorating Tubes and Decorating Sets - available in stainless steel or plastic - provide bakers of every skill level with tools for successful cake and pastry decorating. For best results, use with Ateco pastry bags and decorating turntable.
Shown here: Ateco Russian Tips make quick work out of piping intricate flowers with little effort and no flower nail required.
Durable cutters make clean cuts through dough without rough edges, ideal for cookie dough or fondant. Cutter sets are available in stainless steel or plastic, with plain or fluted edges and nest together in their own tin for easy, space saving storage. In a broad assortment of shapes and sizes for every possible decorating need.
Plunger cutters - available in stainless steel or plastic - are great for cutting, embossing, and pressing out doughs, fondant or sugar paste for décor or garnish on cakes and pastries. The plunger-style design reduces prep time by cutting and embossing at the same time. In a broad assortment of shapes and sizes for every possible decorating need.
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Ateco's French Rolling Pin is ideal for rolling out a variety of doughs. Easier to maneuver, the tapered ends and no-handle construction give you more control over the pressure when pressing down to roll out and flatten doughs. Made in Canada of maple wood, this rolling pin is durable and made to last! Each rolling pin measures 20 inches long with a 1.35 inch center diameter and .8 inch diameter at the ends. The smooth surface makes clean up a breeze, simply hand wash with warm, soapy water. Soaking is not recommended. Four generations of the August Thompson family have provided quality baking and decorating tools to professional pastry chefs and discerning home bakers for over 100 years.
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Without getting into the mathematics of elasticity of substances, and the conversion of spheres into circles, I will just say that the tapered aspect of this rolling pin makes the conversion easier, more repeatable, and less prone to variable thicknesses of the final product. Combine this rolling pin with a board with sized circles and you are well on your way to becoming a super pie maker.
See a good cook book like "Cooks Illustrated" for more information.
This rolling pin is what is advertised, it was inexpensive, and of fine quality.
UPdate I cleaned it up and I love it, I use it often, 1000 times better than a traditional rolling pin, mostly use it for rolling out tortillas and pie crusts, still sucks it was dented and had black marks all over it.
I live in an apartment with sparse counter space and wanted something small enough to not get underfoot when not in use and function well in confined space. Yet big enough to do the job at hand. This fits the bill nicely. I drive trucks up to fifteen hours a day 4 nights on 3 nights off, I often don't have time to stop for meal breaks because of traffic. So I make pastys to eat as they can be eaten while driving. I use the pin to roll out the shells. Which are normally about the size of large plates before folding over the contents. Before this I was using a thermos, now I've got a nice pin and very happy with it.
What finesse! What ease! These thoughts rang through my head as I observed the bakers roll out dough quickly with their tapered pins. After a lot of online research I settled on ordering Ateco's dowel maple rolling pin and THEY DID NOT DISAPPOINT. This is my new favorite kitchen tool that far surpasses it's pitiful handled sister for the following reasons:
- Creates even layer of dough (my sugar cookies baked evenly & all my holiday visitors couldn't resist instagramming them)
- Intuitive rolling
- You don't tire out using this pin
- Perfect weight (think maple is the way to go)
- Simple design - no need to worry about the handles falling off or becoming loose
- I think the 19" length is perfect - great for rolling out larger doughs when needed
I found a similar product at Bed Bath and Beyond for $12. It's also maple and is slightly thicker all around compared to this one. I'm still satisfied with this roller. Everytime i wash it I'm quite impressed at how well it repels water and stains. Overall, still 5 stars...as with most things, you get what you pay for and I'm thoroughly assured that the extra money paid for this roller will be worth it in the years to come.