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Ateco 20175 French Rolling Pin,20-Inches Long, Made of Solid Maple, Made in Canada
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- Professional quality French rolling pin with tapered ends
- Traditional French rolling pin has a simple, tapered design that allows you a better feel of the dough as you roll
- Solid maple; one piece construction
- 20-inch length; made in Canada
- By Ateco, professional quality and quality design since 1905
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Get in better control of your dough using the French Rolling Pin from Ateco. This traditional French pin is 20-inches long and constructed from one solid piece of rock maple, tapered at the ends for ease of use. That taper allows you to get a better feel for your dough and is the preferred pin design of many bakers worldwide. Made in Canada. Made in the USA. Since 1905, Ateco has supplied fine restaurants and bakeries with quality built, specialty baking tools. Ateco products are internationally renowned for their high quality. When you use Ateco products, you're not only enjoying quality craftsmanship, you're also enjoying quality design, the products are a result of over one hundred years and four generations of innovation and development.
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WRONG. Happily. Christmas baking was so much easier. I couldn't believe it. It wasn't me after all; it was my choice of rolling pins - that non stick rolling pin I'd been using for years was good for one thing - pushing dough around the table!
I couldn't believe how much different and better the French pin is - flour it up and you're good to go. I love also it came in a "sleeve" that you can store it in. Wish I'd bought it years ago. So, I'm sure, does my family who suffered through "tough" pierogies and pie crusts because of over rolling!
You can't go wrong with this rolling pin!
Wood ones, metal ones, marble ones.....with handles, without handles....obsession?
But once I got my hands on this beauty, the remainder were thoroughly cleaned and dispatched to Goodwill.
If you do pastry or any baking needing a rolling pin....this is the one to have!
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.
So, OK, I'm making a big deal about a label. But this packaging choice has made me delay my first use.
Any ideas on how to get the adhesive off without ruining this lovely rolling pin? I am totally game to up my star count if I am successful in making this into a usable tool.
Thanks to K.C. and some safflower oil, I was able to get the label adhesive off and up my stars from 2 to 4. The rolling pin itself is lovely. After removing the label adhesive, I used it to roll out a pizza crust. What a pleasure! If it hadn't been for that label, I would give this rolling pin 5 stars!
So this is going back to Amazon. I'm actually beginning to think they sometimes peddle merchandise that has been dumped by the manufacturer for one reason or another. I'm sure there's a secondary market for that kind of thing. I know supermarkets buy past-expiration-date goods on a secondary market, at least mine does.