Finally, a rolling pin that helps you measure the thickness of your dough! Attach different discs on the side of the rolling pin to get your desired thickness – three options: 2mm, 6mm or 10mm.
Anyone who wants to buy me this can do so here. 😛 It’s now on sale and going for only about US $30.
Hi Lisa, thanks for the little write-up on the Joseph and Joseph rolling pins.
It’s a kind of a nifty tool for one who’s into baking..
Sweet! But still a little ex for just a rolling pin.. hm
Yeahhhh but it’s pretty good! 😛
I saw it recently at Borders. You may want to check it out! There was a whole range of nifty kitchen tools.
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I named this blog after my name, which in Chinese literally sounds like "Small Bowl" or "Little Bowl". I thank my father, who's a restaurateur by the way, for this funny name.
Nonetheless, whatever the affinity is, I have a true passion for food and the F&B industry. I used to write freelance for magazines and newspapers (still do occasionally).
Now, I focus on my career as a publicist (love this word) and marketer for a restaurant group.
When I'm not cracking my head for promotions, I like to dine out, bake and cook. I hope to one day open my own dessert bar.
So thanks for joining me on my culinary journey of kitchen fires, oven burns and pudgy tummies! :P