Vic Firth French Rolling Pin
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- Solid maple wood
- Perfect tool for both the home maker and professional pastry chef
- Made in Maine, USA
- Lifetime guarantee
- Wipe with damp cloth
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Vic Firth's Bakery pin is crafted in solid rock maple for beauty and substance and is designed for those who prefer that one-piece construction
Rolling out proper pie crusts that are both tender and flaky is a snap with this pin. Tapered from the middle to both ends, it rolls out dough thinly by pushing it from the middle. And it rotates easily around the dough for making perfect circles--a virtue for pizzas, also. It's unfinished so that, over time, flour penetrates the wood's pores--making the pin less sticky than finished pins. --Fred Brack
Top customer reviews
The first one I received sis have a bind in it occurring at the same spot in every revolution. I contacted Vic Firth. They shipped a replacement with no problems whatsoever. Very good company to do business with
If I could rate higher than a five I would for the rolling pin itself self and the company I purchased it from.
I think that this is the perfect example. This rolling pin is so simple, so basic - yet so perfect. The price is perfect too. It does the job. Period. It's light, beautiful, easy to clean, easy to store, not big and bulky. I think that it is absolutely perfect and I cannot find any faults to it. There are a lot of options when it comes to rolling pins and now they even make silicone ones that won't stick to the dough. I think those are excellent products as well. But I'm a little more traditional and here is a very beautiful and simple wood one...and in this case, I prefer the wood to the silicone. Maybe because making bread items is so basic and so traditional...so the wood in this case just "fits" into the whole feel better. If I were to splurge though, I'd have both in my kitchen...even though I see no need for two pins - I did say "splurge".