Chef O’ Gadgets [Longer] Stainless Steel Rolling Pin Giveaway [CLOSED]

I love the Chef O’ Gadget Stainless Steel Rolling Pin so much that when I was told they added 2 more inches to their current model, I wanted to add this to list of our Ramadan Giveaways just in time for your Eid baking.  You can see our original giveaway here for all the great details.

To enter this giveaway, leave a comment in the comment section below about what you would bake for Eid with these upgraded Stainless Steel Rolling Pin by Chef O’Gadgets and we’ll pick one person at a random to win. 

Contest ends at 11:59 PM June 23, 2016.  This can only be shipped to a U.S. address so please consider that when entering

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18 thoughts on “Chef O’ Gadgets [Longer] Stainless Steel Rolling Pin Giveaway [CLOSED]

  1. Assalamu aleikum I would make a baklava with pistachios. Omg I would really love to have this one it’s perfect for making homemade layers for so many dishes..

  2. I d like to bake Moroccan different cookies using almond and coconut flour for my family. I try to keep it healthy specially for my kids to get used to always enjoying special occasions while eating clean and super delicious healthy cookies. Thank you

  3. I always ask my wife to make buttery almond cookies for us. Can’t have enough of them. This gadget will be so useful . Thanks

  4. I would bake an Algerian bread called kisra. My mother-in-law recently taught me how to make it, and I think this would help me roll out the dough evenly. Oh, and it wouldn’t be only for Eid — more like bi-monthly! Ramadan Mubarak to all!

  5. Assalamu alaikum and Ramadan Mubarak to everyone! I would love to have this product to make baklava. I have always wanted to make that, and think this roller would help me roll out the dough perfectly. I prefer not to use frozen pastry sheets, and just make my own dough. That way I can control the ingredients. Thank you!

  6. I would bake alfajores! We learned to make them from our South American relatives but, fun fact, they apparently trace back to a Moorish dessert adapted by the Spanish…

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