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Organic bib apron.

Organic bib apron.

  • Organic bib apron.
  • Kitchen scale.
  • Stand mixer with a dough hook attachment.
  • Rolling pin.
  • Parchment.
  • Yardstick or tape measure.
  • Bench knife.
  • Pizza wheel.
  • Large baking sheets.
  • Pastry brush.

By Fine Cooking Editors, editor

January 13th, 2009

You'll need some equipment to make croissants at home (issue #97, pp. 54-61), most of which you probably already have. But if not, here are some sources:

Pictured in the article:

• Organic bib apron, $21.95 from Chefwear.

We recommend:

• Salter Aquatronic scale, $59.95 from Cooking.com.

• KitchenAid stand mixer, $299.99 to $499.99 from Cooking.com.

• Maple French rolling pin, $13.95 from Cooking.com.

• Parchment half-sheets, $19.95 for 100, King Arthur Flour.

• Upholstery ruler, $21 from Perfect Fit.

• Bench knife, $6.99 from Ultimate Baker.

• Leifheit pizza cutter, $10.99 from Amazon.com.

• Aluminum half-sheet pans, $19.95 from King Arthur Flour.

• Pastry brush, 1-1/2 inches wide, $6.45 from Cooking.com.


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