The Rolling Pin’s Finest Kitchen Goods for the Holidays and Every Day

FEATURED ON THURSTON TALK BY KATHRYN MILLHORN

Time has little meaning in all the chaos that is 2020. But the holidays are coming and their arrival will bring a bright spot to an otherwise murky year. Make your list and check it twice then head to The Rolling Pin for all your kitchen and culinary needs. You can even order online for local delivery or pick up curbside with same-day turnaround.

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The Rolling Pin Shares Fall Flavored Cocktails

FEATURED ON GOURMET INSIDER BY LAUREN DEBELLIS

In the current issue of GOURMET INSIDER®, we discuss barware and cocktail trends in the annual Bar Cart feature, which can be read digitally, here. As a companion to our story, we spoke with James Simmons, a chef and the cutlery manager at The Rolling Pin in Olympia, WA, to create two fall-inspired cocktails, based on the local trends he’s seeing in his area.

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The Rolling Pin has all the Tools for Quarantine-Inspired Cooking

FEATURED ON THURSTON TALK BY KATHRYN MILLHORN

During the weeks and months of quarantine, many of us took to the kitchen. What started as a way to cure boredom from cabin fever quickly became a teaching tool, creative outlet, inspiration, and fun way to make three meals a day for the home-bound family. Wherever you find new recipes to roast, bake, sauté, and enjoy, The Rolling Pin on Olympia’s west side has all the tricks and tips you need, and the tools you thought you had up but didn’t.

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The Rolling Pin Opens In Washington

FEATURED ON GOURMET INSIDER BY EMILY CAPPIELLO ON DEC 16, 2019

Full of housewares like cookware, gadgets, cookbooks and appliances, the focus is on sustainable and local goods. They also offers additional shopping services. And while the store is on the second level, they have made it convenient for those who cannot – or do not want to – walk up the stairs. The product selection is available online and features an iPad downstairs for shoppers. A sales associate will be assigned to pull, show and even demonstrate product to a customer down below.

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Foodie? Find Shopping Galore at The Rolling Pin

FEATURED ON THURSTON TALK BY KATHRYN MILLHORN

Cooking is back with a vengeance. Gone are the days of frozen dinners and greasy fast-food. From grocery delivery services to meal kits that arrive prepped and ready to go, Americans are eating at home much more often. It’s often cheaper, healthier, and a fun, immersive family activity for all ages. But however your ingredients find their way to the kitchen, the actual cooking requires a few specialized tools. Don’t try to make do with that melted rubber spatula and splintered wooden spoon. Head to The Rolling Pin for gadgets, utensils and goodies galore.

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