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Old 01-29-2010, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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My wife is a huge cooking show fan.She came into the shop and said Emeril said that a corian rolling pin was the best because of the weight and the non stick surface.So here is the result of the Honey I want list... She really loves hers.Tell me what you think..
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I know the pics are not real good but I am learning that part...LOL
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The picture here is much better, I think they look pretty cool. Just don't get her too upset when they are within reach.
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Those look very nice.

How many layers of Corian did you laminate to get to the diameter you needed?
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Jim,
Another project in the books!!!! Nice, keep up the good work and hopefully Lindy will use them on dough and not you. LOL
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very nice!
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Really nice!

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Very nice. How big are they?
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Those are very lovely. I would ask what did you use to do the glue up? and do you rough up surfaces before glue up or just glue and evenly clamp?
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Very nice... what's the size...?
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