Table Top For Rolling Fondant, Etc.

Baking By tm-treats Updated 19 Nov 2011 , 4:40am by scp1127

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tm-treats Posted 18 Nov 2011 , 12:36pm
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We've finally bought a house (yey!) and finally convinced my husband to convert one of the rooms as my workshop (double yey!). I want a counter top that I can use for rolling fondants, etc. i've done a trial day on cake shop and they have this cream/ off-white coloured counter tops, sort of have a matt texture...any idea what this is? This use it when rolling fondants, making models etc. If not, any suggestions on what kind of counter top surface I should get?


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scp1127 Posted 19 Nov 2011 , 4:40am
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Before I owned a bakery, I used my home's granite countertops. When I built the bakery, I invested in steel tables. Both are equally good for rolling the fondant. If you don't want to do everything in granite, look for a table that can have a granite remnant added. Make sure it is as tall as a counter. Or you can just add a slab to part of your cabinets. I think the important issue is to have it without texture, because what you use to keep it from sticking is the really important issue.

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