Serious Eats. John Besh.
Glad to hear it from both of you! I recently used a wine bottle to make mini calzones.
I like to think that there is a solution for every problem. To keep your pastry dough firm, use a chilled wine bottle. Knives instead of food processor, garlic press, etc. It's not the first time I've resorted to using a glass bottle as a rolling pin in the past, I've used a more respectable 750ml wine bottle and I'd like to think I'm being resourceful but I know tools have a purpose.
I came up with this list to help those who like to bake, but have no rolling pins in their kitchen. Sarah Stegner. The Atlantic Food Channel. Luckily, we were both creative young people and came up with quite a few rolling pin substitute ideas in no time. He wanted to cook for her he really liked her a lot , and had a problem with the dessert.
The BA Foodist. It might look silly, but you will get the job done!
It is believed that they used the first rolling pins to make bread from the grains they grew. I have one in my kitchen even though I am not exactly fond of baking.
He had made some basic pasta for the main course and was pretty successful at that I must admit, but the rolling pastry was way out of his league. Share with us your thoughts by writing in the comments section below. Since dowels come in a straight form without handles, you won't be holding the sides to roll, but you use the heel of your hand instead. I grabbed a newborn baby diaper out of a diaper bag on the kitchen table, and put it under the colander.