There are two styles of rolling pins - the French style (pastry) and the standard rolling pan with handles. Pastry pins are either thick and uniformly cylindrical or slender and tapered at the ends. The tapered end allows you to maneuver dough but on the downside, the pastry pin can be awkward to work with for some beginners. The standard pin, on the other hand, is available in various sizes and weights. Wood is the perfect material for all rolling pins.
How about making a delicious deep dish cranberry apple pie with your rolling pin ... or if you're short on time, stop in and pick one up that's already made for you from any of our three locations' to-go freezers.
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