Thursday, July 29, 2010

Bones for the Kitchen

Our wooden rolling pin is slightly broken because one of the bearings is ruined.  A few days ago my wife and I went shopping for a rolling pin, but we didn't get one yet.  It's not an obvious choice.

What would be an obvious choice is if Bones Bearings made rolling pins.  Rolling pins should work like skateboard wheels.  When they get dirty, the bearings should pop out and be easy to clean.  A rolling pin that did that (especially if rubber rolling pin rings were included in the purchase) would be in its own league.

I've sent an e-mail to Bones, in case they agree.

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