Perfect Crust

Properly rolled dough is crucial to many a culinary delight, be it pasta, pie, or tart. With a balanced, sturdy feel in your hand, and smooth, assured action on the countertop, Vermont Rolling Pins are artistry in motion. Each starts as a block of artisan wood, carefully chosen for its grain and color by Maker and lifelong Vermonter Ken Freeman. (We smiled upon learning that the types of wood Ken uses sound like perfect pie ingredients: maple, cherry, and walnut.) With patience and intuition, Ken hand-turns each rolling pin in his mountainside workshop as his watchful eye brings out the wood’s character. He sands until the pin reaches a satiny finish, then seals it with a protective beeswax mineral oil that enhances the natural beauty. Vermont Rolling Pins make great gifts, but their handling and appearance are so superior you may just want your own. These heirloom quality instruments are made to be used—and admired—for generations.

Vermont Rolling Pins

Hand-Turned Rolling Pins

Perfect Crust

Properly rolled dough is crucial to many a culinary delight, be it pasta, pie, or tart. With a balanced, sturdy feel in your hand, and smooth, assured action on the countertop, Vermont Rolling Pins are artistry in motion. Each starts as a block of artisan wood, carefully chosen for its grain and color by Maker and lifelong Vermonter Ken Freeman. (We smiled upon learning that the types of wood Ken uses sound like perfect pie ingredients: maple, cherry, and walnut.) With patience and intuition, Ken hand-turns each rolling pin in his mountainside workshop as his watchful eye brings out the wood’s character. He sands until the pin reaches a satiny finish, then seals it with a protective beeswax mineral oil that enhances the natural beauty. Vermont Rolling Pins make great gifts, but their handling and appearance are so superior you may just want your own. These heirloom quality instruments are made to be used—and admired—for generations.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi

    We're so excited to have our Vermont Rolling Pins featured on The Grommet! Each solid wood piece is lovingly crafted by hand to create a unique rolling pin that will last for generations. If you have any questions about our rolling pins or what goes into making them, I'm here to help.

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/2/2014 12:54 PM

    beautiful! which wood species is hardest/or tight grained?/heaviest? (I like a heavy pin) thank you!

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/2/2014 1:00 PM

    @christopher please disregard the question, I made the mistake of not reading the "buy here" section. seems the maple is the most dense, as well as heaviest?

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi – Special Guest
    10/2/2014 1:27 PM

    yes, it is. thank you. @christopher

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi – Special Guest
    10/2/2014 1:34 PM

    the only time, you really want a heavy rolling pin is when you are making pasta by hand. for pizza,pies, and tarts, a lighter pin allows you to have more [email protected]

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/2/2014 1:27 PM

    Hi Christopher,

    Yes you're correct. The maple is considered the heaviest and most sturdy. There are 2 styles however and the Maple Shaker is the heaviest style.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Vermont Rolling Pins

Hand-Turned Rolling Pins

Perfect Crust

Properly rolled dough is crucial to many a culinary delight, be it pasta, pie, or tart. With a balanced, sturdy feel in your hand, and smooth, assured action on the countertop, Vermont Rolling Pins are artistry in motion.

Each starts as a block of artisan wood, carefully chosen for its grain and color by Maker and lifelong
Vermonter Ken Freeman. (We smiled upon learning that the types of wood Ken uses sound like perfect pie ingredients: maple, cherry, and walnut.)

With patience and intuition, Ken hand-turns each rolling pin in his mountainside workshop as his watchful eye brings out the wood’s character. He sands until the pin reaches a satiny finish, then seals it with a protective beeswax mineral oil that enhances the natural beauty.

Vermont Rolling Pins make great gifts, but their handling and appearance are so superior you may just want your own. These heirloom quality instruments are made to be used—and admired—for generations.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi

    We're so excited to have our Vermont Rolling Pins featured on The Grommet! Each solid wood piece is lovingly crafted by hand to create a unique rolling pin that will last for generations. If you have any questions about our rolling pins or what goes into making them, I'm here to help.

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/2/2014 12:54 PM

    beautiful! which wood species is hardest/or tight grained?/heaviest? (I like a heavy pin) thank you!

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/2/2014 1:00 PM

    @christopher please disregard the question, I made the mistake of not reading the "buy here" section. seems the maple is the most dense, as well as heaviest?

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi – Special Guest
    10/2/2014 1:27 PM

    yes, it is. thank you. @christopher

  • Cyndi
    Cyndi – Special Guest
    10/2/2014 1:34 PM

    the only time, you really want a heavy rolling pin is when you are making pasta by hand. for pizza,pies, and tarts, a lighter pin allows you to have more [email protected]

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/2/2014 1:27 PM

    Hi Christopher,

    Yes you're correct. The maple is considered the heaviest and most sturdy. There are 2 styles however and the Maple Shaker is the heaviest style.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.