Hi all, I am moving from our rented home and probably buying a new place. Great counter space is hard to come by. Can I ask what hobby bakers are using for fondant work at home. I will probably not have a kitchen island anymore.... I will need something strong, stationary and sturdy to roll the fondant.
I have a banquet type table in my "shop" that I use under my silicone work mat.
i actually lucked out about 2 years ago and found 2 woodshop tables on the side of the road (you know the kind from when we were in HS that the machines were on) they're the best thing i own!!!!!
i have the worlds tinniest kitchen with zero bench space really so i have a long fold out table that sits up against the all... id be lost without that sucker.
I also have a small apartment. My husband built me a small counter with 2 pull out drawers and a marble top but most of the time I use a fold up table since it's longer.
*wall. please excuse my awesome typing skills.
I am lucky, I have a 6' long stainless steel table on the work side of my kitchen. I love it.
awesome, thanks- that gives me some ideas. I was worried about tables sliding around as I try to roll out my fondant. I should crazy glue that sucker to the floor!