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Rolling pins

  • Article

    Handcrafted Rolling Pins

    Each of these hand-turned beauties from Vermont Rolling Pins is fashioned from a single piece of wood.

  • Article

    How to roll out perfect piecrust

    There’s no denying it: Piecrusts are one of the hardest things for a home cook to master. When it comes to rolling them out, experience counts for a lot, but…

  • How-To

    Baking Classic American Pies

    Team a flaky but manageable dough with flavorful fillings for anxiety-free holiday pies

  • How-To

    Free-Form Rustic Tarts

    Whether sweet or savory, a galette is less fussy than a traditional tart and offers more crisp crust

  • How-To

    A Shortcut to Flaky Puff Pastry

    Classic puff pastry takes half a day to make, but this shortcut version, called rough puff pastry, is ready to use in an hour or less

  • Article

    A Baker's Dozen: Fine Cooking's Favorite Baking Tools

    Baking and pastry-making intimidate many an accomplished cook, but great tools can eliminate many of the pitfalls and instantly improve your results. These gadgets, plates and pans have made our…

  • Recipe

    Classic Apple Pie Recipe

    A few small details help make this the best apple pie you've ever baked. Adding the water to the pie dough by hand prevents overmixing, to keep the dough flaky…

  • Article

    Two Cool Tools for Pie Lovers

    Dough will never stick again If there’s one little thing you can do to improve your relationship with pie dough, it’s this: Get a pastry cloth and rolling pin cover.…

  • Article

    3 New Tools for Better Pies and Pastry

    Abigail Johnson Dodge reviews the Gourmet Blender, Big Chill pastry board, and Comfort Pin.

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    A Chillable Rolling Pin

    Read a quick review of The Pin.

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