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"Call often, and not too far between.” -Grandma Sobaski
 
I always call Grandma Sobaski while cooking. And there is no better time to call than Thanksgiving. This time, I called for my favorite roll recipe. 
The famous Grandma Sobaski roll recipe. She took me through it step by step…after putting me on hold. Grandma, at 91, is a very busy lady.
 
This Thanksgiving, I want to share our favorite roll recipe with you!
 
Grandma’s Rolls
 
1 pint of milk 
2 sticks of butter 
3 packages of dry yeast (add water and a little bit of sugar as directed on package)
1/2 cup sugar 
Pinch of salt
5 cups of flour (approximately)
 
Boil the milk until it is scalding hot. Pull it off to cool slightly, then add the butter and let sit. While that is sitting follow the instructions on the dry yeast package and let it rise. When the yeast is bubbling, add to milk. Mix in sugar, salt and gradually add the flour while stirring. The dough should not be too stiff, it should be very pliable.  
Place the dough into a bowl and cover with cloth. Put the bowl in a bit of hot water or on a heating pad. Let it rise very high. Once it has risen, push it down and let it rise again. 
Take the dough out of the bowl and knead it just a bit. Not too much. Roll gently into small balls and place side-by-side on a pan. Brush with butter. While the rolls are rising, pre-heat the oven to 350. Let them rise until nice and fluffy, then pop them into the oven.  
 
Bake until the tops are golden. 
 
This whole process will take 4 to 5 hours. A labor of love!
 
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and thank you for being part of our family! 
 

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