The New Bakers Dozen
Chocolate tools

The The Bakers Dozen: Chocolate tools
By Marcelv (Marcelv) on Tuesday, February 22, 2000 - 05:01 pm: Edit

I'm looking for an online site where i can buy
some special chocolate tools like

acetate sheets, silpats, silkscreens, grilles, transfer sheets, woodgrain tools etc.

Who can help?


By tj on Tuesday, February 22, 2000 - 07:28 pm: Edit site,very inexpensive tools)

By tj on Tuesday, February 22, 2000 - 07:38 pm: Edit

for the best and most expensive company for pasrty tools check out: in france.
very expensive ,but sometimes worth it.when i had my shop i had a $15,000 crate shipped with their stuff .alot of fun to work with all their toys. e mail them for the up to date catalog.very creative tools.(but very very expensive).they are the company who came up with all of the combs/grills/silkscreens ideas back in the 80`s for joconde a lot of stensils and gadgets for chocolate work, including a bran new worm air brush for delecate painting and art work with chocolate!

By Doucefrance (Doucefrance) on Wednesday, February 23, 2000 - 03:42 pm: Edit

You can find the same equipment but cheaper from PAVONI, they are distributed by KEREKES, SWISS CHALET...

By tj on Friday, February 25, 2000 - 09:59 pm: Edit

at this time ,only kerekes carries pavoni stuff.
swiss chalet has dicontinued the pavoni line and now carry a new italian any case, you will get similar products, but different grill designs.the cheapest of all is creative culinary tools in florida.

By Doucefrance (Doucefrance) on Saturday, February 26, 2000 - 07:13 am: Edit

You're right tj, Swiss Chalet now has Martelatto which is as good as Pavoni.
Italians have pretty good equipment and much cheaper than the french.

By tj on Saturday, February 26, 2000 - 05:18 pm: Edit

yes,all those makers of screens/grills/combs make the same reason to pay more then what its worth.
as for italian equipment ,i always liked carpigiani`s ice cream maker and pastocrema machine and the whipped cream machine better than french made ,similar machines.but they where not cheaper...

By pastrydude on Monday, February 28, 2000 - 06:05 pm: Edit

What a coincidence.....the owner of creative culinary tools is Todd Johnson and tj is really pushing the fact that we should buy from them. Come on tj....confess! Are you not the owner of creative culinary tools!

By tj on Tuesday, February 29, 2000 - 02:26 pm: Edit

no! what`s the matter with you?
i just bought from the guy before, and quite frankly, i dont think you will find silk screens cheeper then what he sells.i did not like his aluminum frames. i bought mine from jbprince from plastic for $22 a piece and they do fine job.
creative tools also made for me some custom silk screen work with my own design for a lot less than you can get for just set up.his biscuit spread tool is ok, although i preffer a frame myself.his chocolate holder/warmer is inexpensive and efficiant.his molds i foung at a local craft store ,exactly the same kind he sells,they make them for plasyer casting and molding.his frame moldings from silicone are made out of standard carved wood wich is quite a clever idea ,i made some myself...

By pastrydude on Thursday, March 02, 2000 - 06:53 pm: Edit

Please accept my can obviously see why I was mistaken!


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