Ateco 15300 15" Professional Rolling Pin - Maple Wood (August Thomsen)
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- Rust-proof ball bearings for smooth and free rotation
- Features 4 1/2" handles
- Fashioned from solid rock maple wood
- Perfect for bakeries, pizzerias, catering services and more!
Rolling out dough has never been easier than with this Ateco (August Thomsen) 15300 15" maple wood professional rolling pin! Perfect for any busy bakery, pizzeria, commercial kitchen, or catering service, this rolling pin can take the struggle out of rolling out pie crusts and allow you to roll out bread dough with ease. Fashioned from solid rock maple wood, this rolling pin is a stylish addition to any counter top!
For easy use, this pin features 4 1/2" handles and rust-proof ball bearings for smooth and free rotation. Even after being used all day, flour and caked-on dough won't stop this rolling pin! The 15" length gives you the ability to roll out large amounts of dough at once, cutting your prep time down exponentially. To preserve the quality and functionality of this item, it is recommended that you wash it by hand. Don't go another day struggling to roll out dough quickly and efficiently – get this rolling pin today!
Made in USA.
Length (with handles): 15"
Handle Length: 4 1/2"
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Overall User Rating: Ateco 15300 15" Professional Rolling Pin - Maple Wood (August Thomsen) ( 5.0 stars from 1 review )
This rolling pin is a great product. In my experience in the baking world the only pins I would recommend are ones made of Maple. They stand the test of time the best I think.
Andrew L. from The Pie Kitchen Posted on 10/17/2012
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