Tapered French Rolling Pin
Roll up your sleeves.
There’s a reason this take on the classic French rolling pin is an America’s Test Kitchen award-winner: It’s a dream to use! Here are just a few things we love.
- You’re in control: The tapered shape makes it a snap to apply just the right amount of pressure as you work those angles.
- Very versatile: This multitasker tackles pie crust, cookie dough, soft breads, you name it (and did we mention it comes in two handy sizes?).
- A just-right weight: It’s heavy enough for no-fuss rolling, yet light enough for snappy maneuvering.
- Flour ready: This one’s got a lil’ texture to it, so it’ll hold a dusting of flour better than any other pin you’ve met.
- Locally crafted: That natural look? It’s sturdy North American hardwood, hand-shaped and finished in Vermont.
Now, if you’ll excuse us...we’ve got to decide which of these eye-catching tarts to bake up first.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
North American hardwood
Depending on style, pins measure either 1.50" D or 1.75" D at widest point.
Both pins measure 20.50" long.
Care & Notes +-
Hand-wash with warm soapy water after use and towel dry. Do not soak the pin or put in the dishwasher.
Shipping & Returns +-
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