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Old 21.11.2011, 20:33
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Hi all

I was hoping someone could help with a simple question.

Does anyone know what a pastry cutter is called in German and where I can find/buy one here in Basel??

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Hi all

I was hoping someone could help with a simple question.

Does anyone know what a pastry cutter is called in German and where I can find/buy one here in Basel??

http://baking.cuisipro.com/images/pr.../d.74-7118.jpg

Thanks
Jeanie
I was going to say "Ausstechform" but yours looks more like a potato masher than shapes that cut out pastry so I'm a bit lost.
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Old 21.11.2011, 21:07
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Hi Sandgrounder

What I am looking for is a pastry cutter that cuts butter into flour or sugar and such.

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Thanks for that but i need it by wednesday so gettjng it online won't work :/
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I just use a fork, it's a bit more work but still gets the same end result.
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That's what fingers are for.
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I just use a fork, it's a bit more work but still gets the same end result.
yep, or fingers!
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