|Not my Mother's rolling pin.|
Here's a variety of rolling pins I saw online at The Chopping Board
|A melange of rolling pins.|
When we were in Italy, we saw pasta being made using a very long and very heavy rolling pin, something like this:
|The kind of rolling pin we saw used in making pasta in Italy.|
I was in Pier One Import's on Black Friday and saw this pretty rolling pin. It's pretty, but I don't know how functional it would be.
|Pretty black and white polka dot rolling pin at Pier One.|
Here's a pretty antique Delft rolling pin.
|Delft rolling pin. (Photo from HiloAcres in Etsy)|
Here's a unique rolling pin with built-in flour sifter.
|Silicon rolling pin with built-in flour sifter. (Photo from the green head.)|
And here's my Mama's rolling pin that I used to make the pumpkin pie.
|My Mama's vintage rolling pin from the late 1930s or early 1940s.|