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rolling pin

n.
A smooth cylinder, usually with a handle at each end and often made of wood, used for rolling out dough.

rolling pin

n
(Cookery) a cylinder with handles at both ends, often of wood, used for rolling dough, pastry, etc, out flat

roll′ing pin`


n.
a cylinder of wood or other material, usu. with a handle at each end, for rolling out dough.
[1490–1500]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rolling pin - utensil consisting of a cylinder (usually of wood) with a handle at each endrolling pin - utensil consisting of a cylinder (usually of wood) with a handle at each end; used to roll out dough
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
Translations
váleček
kagerulle
kaulin
valjak
麺棒
밀방망이
kuhinjski valjar
brödkavel
ไม้นวดแป้ง
trục cán

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rolling pin

نَشّابة váleček kagerulle Nudelholz πλάστης rodillo pastelero kaulin rouleau à pâtisserie valjak mattarello 麺棒 밀방망이 deegroller kjevle wałek do ciasta rolo da massa, rolo de pastel скалка brödkavel ไม้นวดแป้ง oklava trục cán 擀面棍
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These things were crowded with utensils of all sorts: frying pans, sauce pans, kettles, forks, knives, basting and soup spoons, nutmeg graters, sifters, colanders, meat saws, flat irons, rolling pins and many other things of a like nature.
Rolling pins are necessary to prepare many baked goods, and a customizable rolling pin can flatten dough to the exact millimeter, helping bake-happy home cooks prepare the perfect plate of cookies.
When she's not busy working as a volunteer with the floral committee at Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, she's out at antique fairs and car boot sales up and down the country indulging her passion for collecting rolling pins.
Detectives in Huddersfield are appealing for witnesses after a couple were threatened by a trio armed with rolling pins and a screwdriver at their Lockwood house on Monday night.
By MIKE WALTERS FOR once, Sky sexists Andy Gray and Richard Keys may be right - the sisterhood will be standing by their rolling pins tomorrow night.
Oh no, is that the footsteps of members of the Royal Society for the Protection of Delia, armed with their rolling pins, I can hear heading to Old Hall Street?
Create the backdrop by laying a dozen rolling pins next to each other; bind them together using strong fishing line or filament.
It can also be used on baking utensils, rolling pins and rolling surfaces - and even your hands to prevent sticking when kneading dough or shaping cookies.
Firth, the legendary maker of drumsticks, is now a part of the housewares world with a line of gourmet peppermills and rolling pins that his company, Vic Firth Inc.
The images are imprinted with specially carved rolling pins or flat molds (Springerle presses, or boards).
Vic has brought the same standards of design and manufacturing excellence to several lines of premium peppermills, salt mills, and rolling pins.
Flour flew, rolling pins pounded and hands kneaded as elementary school children turned balls of flour and water into thin, round matzah this week as part of a hands-on lesson about Passover.