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In my family, Easter lunch is just about equal to Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. While the menus are
obviously quite different (spring-y vs. fall-y), there is one constant: Sister Schubert’s Rolls. For as long as I can
remember, she/they have had a place at the table and both literally and figuratively complete the meal. In fact, I
always say Sister Schubert is my ‘sister from another mister’ (don’t overthink it and make it weird).
I’m still a bit peeved with my Uncle Robert for that time back at Thanksgiving of ’94, when he forgot to keep an
eye on the oven and thus, the rolls were destroyed. Just kidding about being mad at him….anymore. But these
rolls are legitimately important to the meal and we instated a “roll patrol” to make sure they aren’t forgotten
about and subsequently incinerated (full disclosure: I just now made up the term “roll patrol” but fully intend to
use it from this day forward). What is not made up is that ‘keeping an eye on the rolls’ is an actual job that is
assigned during the cooking of large family meals (raise your hand if this is someone’s job at your holiday meal
This year my oldest sister and best cook of the family (well, second to dear ol’ mom) is hosting Easter lunch
and I’m already daydreaming about it. This is the menu she sent out a couple of days ago:
7 Layer Salad
Twice Baked Potatoes
Rolls (She doesn’t even have to write out Sister Schubert’s – we know exactly what she means!)
4 Layer Chocolate Pie
I better pack my sweatpants! I can’t wait to sit around the table, laugh together, reflect on the meaning of the
day, and eat way too many rolls (and pie?). I volunteer myself for roll patrol duty!
Don’t forget to leave room at your own table for Sister Schubert’s Rolls! Find them in the freezer section at
Parkerhouse style (in the pan) – under $4!
20 Count Dinner Yeast Rolls – under $6!