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July 08, 2008

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Judy (Judy's Gross Eats)

Ha, ha! Wine bottles are my backup rolling pins, too! And clearly, there are advantages to white over red. Nice job!

Carrie

For the first few months after B and I got married I didn't have a rolling pin (now I have two). A wine bottle did the trick every time! :-)

kim

ingenious! :) can't go wrong with that!

[eatingclub] vancouver || js

Great tip! If Julia did it, why not, eh?

Cathy C

Yet another wonderful use for a Wine Bottle!!!

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Natashya

As Leo Bascaglia said "You're always my friend if you have California wine"
Very ingenious way of rolling your crusts!

Paula

Your wine bottle rolling pin post brought a huge smile to my face. I will always think about this whenever I reach for the boring, ol', regular rolling pin!

Laur

I saw this post on FoodGawker and just felt compelled to share that I too, was rolling out dough and it was (shock!) on a day in a wine-less apartment...

...I used my Sigg bottle. Worked perfect.

Kristen

Oh I love your style :)

Barbara

I once resorted to this trick when visiting my Mom -- she had given away her rolling pin. Sure enough, works like a charm!

GirlCanBake

So clever! I love it! I must say- I never would have thought of this on my own! Brilliant!

Dragon

Well, aren't you clever. :)

Dawn of Dawn's Recipes

Hahaha...that's beautiful! I ALWAYS have a bottle of wine handy!

brilynn

I've definitely used a rum bottle as a rolling pin before... well done!

Esi

I love that you posted this. I just used whatever is lying around (usually a jar), but I just ordered a rolling pin today!

Karen R

I love your chilled rolling pin! :)

Jackie

That's brilliant! I regularly use my Starbuck's travel mug, but a full and chilled wine bottle would definitely be a better bet. And, by the time you're done with the dough, a white wine would be at the perfect drinking temperature!!

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