joncrewgee7 monthsHe he look what I got 😊17 comments,1 shares,3 likesMr-G7 monthsis for better Wi-Fi?joncrewgee7 monthsAhh gotcha,my that’s what I used when I was little at mums 😊Hari Ghotra7 months@joncrewgeejoncrewgee7 monthsA what @Hari Ghotra 😳😂Hari Ghotra7 monthsThat’s brilliant @joncrewgee I use one with a rolly middle.Mark Harvey7 monthscrikey @joncrewgee good luck I'd have no chance, I'm a clumsy oaf 🤣joncrewgee7 monthsDidn’t find it too bad @Hari Ghotra Obviously still a learner,but found it better than a standard straight one 😊Hari Ghotra7 monthsLove it but they are really difficult to use @joncrewgee Good luck!traceyross7 monthsLooks great I was not sure at first, happy bread making👌joncrewgee7 monthsI may post results tonight 👍 Not really cooking tonight,just playing in the kitchen 🤗boo7 monthsAn Indian rolling pin for roti and paranthas! @joncrewgee Very interesting utensil!! It’s not straight but slightly bowed. Looking forward to your report 👍latif7 monthsWish you fun at rolling @joncrewgee!!!!!latif7 monthsOk, a rolling pin! I check on the internet. But I have never seen such a thin one!!latif7 monthsExcuse my ignorance @joncrewgee! But what is a rolling pin?joncrewgee7 monthsHa ha @latif ,no it’s a rolling pin. Indian version. Going to test drive it tonightlatif7 monthsEh @joncrewgee is that a chopstick? If so, where is the second one?