kimmyboo925 Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:07pm
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I was debating on buying it because of the price.. but the time I am saving from it is worth every penny.

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vicky Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:22pm
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What is a DoBard? icon_confused.gif
Vicky

galliesway Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:23pm
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I have never heard of one! What is it?

Kelley

JessDesserts Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:23pm
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and.......what's a DoBord?

2txmedics Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:27pm
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lol, I clicked on here to see what it was!!!! and didnt find it either...what is it??? lost here.

kimmyboo925 Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:30pm
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Its a board to roll out your dough on. It has a boarder around it so that you can make your dough all the same size.. then cut your cookies...no guess work.. 1/4 inch 1/2 inch.. up to 1 inch.... I made so many cookies last night.. in NO time.. its a life saver..

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:33pm
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www.kitchengifts.com sells them.

solascakes Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:33pm
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wow never heard of a DoBord

krazyb5 Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:33pm
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this is a dobord, looked up on google, lol
LL

iheartcookies Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:36pm

I love my dobord! it is well worth the $$ for me, makes it SO much quicker and easier

suchalaydee1 Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:42pm

Im a new to this site. Love all the cakes and ideas.
Can you use a DoBord for fondant.

kimmyboo925 Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:51pm

i dont see why not..

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 5:58pm

Huh! I stand corrected!! It appears kitchengifts.com doesn't sell the dobords any longer. She had them for years right on the front page there but no more. Oh well. That's too bad.

Daytona Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:06pm

I went to www.kitchengifts.com and type in dobord and it said no match how can I find it on that site.

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:08pm

Daytona she's not selling them any longer. I don't know why, she had them for years!

verono Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:14pm

I'm wondering is those rolling pin rings would do the same? For cheaper?
http://www.goldaskitchen.com/merchant.ihtml?pid=5970&step=4

iheartcookies Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:14pm

I ordered mine from armchair world and yes I have used it for fondant too

Arriva Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:15pm

I did a Google search, but the Dobord was no longer available on the 2-3 sites I looked at.

iheartcookies Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:17pm

http://www.armchair.com/store/gourmet/baking/doughboard1.html

Daytona Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:19pm

ok thanks maybe I can find it some where eles

Daytona Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 6:24pm

iheartcookies thanks for the site

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 8:19pm

This is the rolling pin I use for cookie dough: http://countrykitchensa.com/catalog/product.aspx?T=1&productId=614922

cookiemookie Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 9:18pm

Can you still use it with a Silpat? I don't like using any additional flour to roll my cookies.

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 10:57pm
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Originally Posted by cookiemookie

Can you still use it with a Silpat? I don't like using any additional flour to roll my cookies.


Sure!! I roll out the dough between two sheets of parchment paper using the smart rolling pin, then bake on a silpat. Cookies come out perfect every time! icon_biggrin.gif

cookiemookie Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 11:26pm

I'm not sure if you understood what I meant. You can have the Silpat on the Doboard and it doesn't hang off the edge? It looks like the Doboard is square and the Silpats are rectangular.

I roll out on a Silpat(used to have a Roulpat) with my dough covered with wax paper. I get them off the Silpat and on to cookie sheets. I actually don't bake NFSC on them.

bobwonderbuns Posted 11 Apr 2009 , 11:30pm

Oh, I didn't realize that's what you meant. I've never used the dobord before because I do it differently and bake right on the silpat. Maybe one of the others can help.

Redlotusninjagrl Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 2:38am

I have that on my favorites. I want to order that doboard so badly (I hate spelling it because it just seems wrong). And I would love a silpat and thought I would use the two together. But I am confused. Why wouldn't you use the silpat to bake cookies? Isn't it for baking, like reusable parchment?

GeminiRJ Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 11:53am

You might have a bit of extra work if you place the silpat on the Dobord, then roll out the dough. I think the Dobord is 15"x15", and if the silpat hangs off one side, you'd just have to roll more carefully. Since the height is adjustable, you can set it to accomodate the silpat and still get close to the thickness you want.

I got my Dobord from Cake 'N Crumbs...quick delivery, lowest price I could find on-line, nice service. I'm very pleased with my purchase!

toleshed Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 5:11pm

Just used my new doboard today for the first time. I wish that I had bought it a year ago. Its awesome. No more masking tape to tape dowels down and all that. I love it.

artscallion Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 5:31pm

If the Doboard is only 15x15, it's not really large enough to roll out fondant for covering cakes. Though it would work for rolling out fondant for some decorations. I use the rubber rings that verono mentioned http://tinyurl.com/cwqumr
on a 20" rolling pin. If I need to roll it larger than that, I take the rings off once I get it to a 19" circle and roll the rest of the way without rings.

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