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The glass bowls I use for measuring out ingredients when grilling work great for baking. You may want to get some more
The tool shown in the dough is a dough whisk which is used to blend the sometimes sticky dough mixture
Full & half sheet pans I used for grilling are actually made for baking. A half pan is greased to receive bread stick dough. A full pan keeps the counter clean
A half sheet pan holds breadsticks to go along with grilled pizza
A digital scale is the most accurate way to measure out ingredients for baking from small like this portion of butter...
...to large like the flour for hamburger rolls. The s/s bowls I already owned are great for mixing doughs
To make quick & easy work of mixing & kneading tasks a heavy duty hand mixer does the trick. Can also be done by hand.
Be sure to get & use the special dough hooks for your hand mixer
A silicone matte keeps the counter clean when rolling out dough. Rulers on the end & marks for pie crust sizes help measure.
Baking pan for hamburger rolls. Fresh baked rolls should taste much better than the supermarket variety
This is the reason I took a side track into baking: It doesn’t get any better than your own hamburger roll
I already owned a wire cooling rack & it is perfect for cooling baked goods.
Baking pan for New England style hot dog rolls. These have white bread sides & the crust is on the top & bottom
You flip the rolls out of the pan, slice all the way through between the ridges & slice part way through for the hot dog
A lidded container for the dough to rise in. This one is called a dough doubler & has measurement on the side to help.
The dough doubler come in several different sizes
Lidded plastic flour pails make storing the dough easy. They come in sizes to match flour. I tap the bag label to the pail.
Emile Henry Pizza Stone is one of the best pizza stones around. It has several unique features. It helps make crispy bread