I can make this rolling pin to order. The waiting time is 1 to 6 weeks. Please check the time in a personal message. The time depends on my current job. Made from natural beech wood and hand-engraved with original patterns, these pastry pins are perfect for pastry lovers with a creative series.Deep engraving (3-5 mm) allows designs to appear even if the dough is not perfect, and easy use and maintenance ensure that beginners and children too can enjoy exploring their artistic side in the kitchen. Size: circumference 13.5 cm (5,314961 inches), work length of 20.5 cm (8,070866 inches), total rolling pin length 40 cm (15,748 inches). Cookie size: 6 cm (3622 inch) length, 6 cm (3622 inch) width. Prepare your sculpted rolling pin with a light layer of vegetable oil.
Spread the cookie dough with a regular rolling pin at 4-5 mm thick. Squeeze lightly and roll the textured rolling pin over the dough. Cut the dough to make individual cookies according to the design. Avoid using on puff pastry or dough containing a lot of baking soda as the design can be distorted during baking. These rollers are carefully made from high quality wood and, with proper care, will last you for decades and perhaps even generations.Follow these simple steps to take care of your rolling pin. Hand washing only immediately after use in hot water.
Allow to dry completely before storing. Store with similar items in a dry place (kitchen drawers for example). Handle carefully - a frequent fall can damage the design. When storing for long periods of time, be sure to coat the rolling pin with a generous amount of hot/hot vegetable oil. Leave to absorb for 1-2 days, then store away.
For best results, use flaxseed oil (flaxseed). This treatment will help prevent potential damage caused by normal changes in temperature and humidity throughout the year. Do not put in the dishwasher. Do not expose to heat (water or otherwise).
Sudden changes in temperature or rapid evaporation of wood water can cause it to crack. Do not store in plastic or airtight packaging for long periods of time - wood needs to breathe.