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trailrunner

Baking/cooking supplier....fantastic quality/prices

I just received my first order from The Web Restaurant store. WOW.....they not only have amazing prices but  the order was placed on the 5th and I  got it this AM and the shipping charge was cheap. The quality of every item I ordered is perfect. Packaging perfect also. This is what I got and the prices so you will have a rough idea. 


3 pkgs of 100 sheets each...parchment paper. 4.39 ea


10" hi heat silicon scrapers 2.39 ea


6"x3" beautiful metal and wood cutter/dough scraper 1.49 ea ( these are gorgeous ) 


boar bristle pastry brushes 2"- 2.49 ea


6 qt heavy duty white dough buckets w/ measurements 2.99 ea !!!  ( again they are beautiful)


lids for buckets 1.19 ea


 


They have LOTS more and I am so pleased I am already getting another order together. Take a look at their website. webrestaurantstore.com


 


c

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clawhammer

I just followed your link, and it led me to one of those made-up sites that have everything from restaurant supplies to trips to paris. 


Is your link bad?

LindyD's picture
LindyD

Oh my.  I wonder if Pat (Proth5) has seen that.


Some interesting stuff there.  Thanks for the link.


Here's the actual link:  http://www.webstaurantstore.com/

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proth5

I HAD to follow that link since the word "sheeter" was mentioned.


The problem with those countertop models is that they really aren't built for lamination work.


But I keep thinking about them anyway...


Thanks!

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mrfrost

Dou you mean webstaurantstore.com (no "re")?

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trailrunner

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/  ( no re) and yes I saw that sheeter too....whew they have some cool stuff. c

SCruz's picture
SCruz

Anyone know an inexpensive source for brotforms?


Jerry

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jrudnik
Candango's picture
Candango

Trailrunner,


Thanks for the link.  After running into the "scam" loop address (using the full word restaurant), I did a google search and found the correct address.  But then I could not find half the products you ordered.


I did find the parchment paper, but no 10" hi heat silicon scrapers (the only scraper is a 6" plastic bowl scraper for 69 cents), no dough cutter or scraper and no dough buckets or lids.  I searched all the baking categories but just didn't find these items. Have they discontinued them?


Bob


 


 

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wmtimm627

Bob, try this link which points to the scrapers and spatula:


http://www.webstaurantstore.com/search/bench%20scraper.html


I haven't looked for the buckets yet, but their search system seems to work great.


Billybob


 


Update; here are the buckets:


http://www.webstaurantstore.com/third1135/plastic-graduated-food-storage-containers.html

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wmtimm627

If you need knives...?


I ran into this site a while back. Haven't ordered anything from them yet, but it looks very promising.


http://www.wokshop.com/HTML/products/cleavers/thai-kiwi-knives.html

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Candango

Billybob,


Thanks.  I found the dough scraper (under pizza supplies) and thanks for the lead to the buckets.


Bob

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Zig_Webstaurant

Here is the link to the high heat scrapers: http://www.webstaurantstore.com/fourth959/products/spatulas-high-temperature.html?listing=grid


I have one of the Vollrath scrapers which are more expensive, if you are looking for durability.  The cheaper scrapers in the category are fine, and a bit more flexible.  But I have had my Vollrath high heat scraper for about 6-8 years at least and it is still in good shape.It is one of my favorite kitchen tools. But then, you could almost buy 3 of the cheaper ones for the same price.


trailrunner: thank you for the kind words on our site!


I'll be frank: we are not known among retail customers for having low shipping costs, but we are working on it and investing a lot into getting better that way (including a midwest distribution center--we ship out of Lancaster,Pa).  You did it the best way though: order several items at a time, it works out much cheaper to ship.  If you have a business you can ship to, do that! We get charged less to ship to businesses (our deal with Fedex because we are mainly commercial-oriented) and we pass those savings on. 


Take care and enjoy your stuff!


Steve

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Marcelbluvstein

Hey guys,

I found www.EliteRestaurantEquipment.com they have a great selection of knives as well. Check the link bellow.

 

Knives

 

-Marcel