As chronicled here and here, I have had many dramatic Thanksgivings, which is why I was very thankful to be a guest this year in someone else's home, eating their wonderful food and contributing just one, simple side. I made these rolls, and while they were simple they were also delicious. I was unfamiliar with a Parker House Roll, but according to Wikipedia it's buttery, soft, made with milk, and folded in half. Key word there: buttery. Or "boooooooootery" as Paula would say. And even though she had nothing to do with this dish, she would have been proud, because I brushed these babies with butter like I was basting a turkey with "aaoooowl" (that means oil in Paula's language). These rolls would make a great side dish any time of year, but they were perfect for sopping up gravy and everything else on my plate this past Thursday.
I hope you all had wonderful meals as well.