This baby version of the big Syn Glas pin gives much more control when rolling small pieces of dough or fondant. I discovered the virtues of a small pin many years ago when I interviewed Liz Prueitt of Tartine Bakery. In answer to my question "what is the most valued piece of equipment in your bakery" her answer was a small wooden rolling pin which she gives to each of her pastry chefs. My non-stick rolling pin is 9 inches long and 1 inch in diameter. You will be surprised just how very useful it is! Rose Levy Beranbaum Signature Series Roller Non-Stick Rolling Pin, Mini, White
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