And they can break your toes! Oh man oh man can the ever!
I now have a safe place to talk about my obsession with rolling pins
I love love love the french rolling pins.
For Jillian, when she wants to cook, I put a smooth glass with a wet wash cloth inside into the freezer.
When I take it out I spray it ever so gently with warm soft butter ( I have a spritzer )
This keeps it from sticking to anything because no matter what I do to prepare dough.. little miss gets it stuck.
When the glass goes a tad warm.. about 3 minutes or so, I take out the washcloth, move it around, and put it back in and with in a few seconds, the glass is cold enough for her to continue.
I want to find a small french glass pin for her.. but Im afraid she will break it .
I have a super heavy antique wooden pin and I found a canister at goodwill ( where I also found the pin! ) that is the perfect height and width for flour.
I dunk my pin in the canister, pull it out, rub it a tad and go.
I have always wanted one of those ceramic ones..
Lemme see if I can find an image..
One of these guys -