Parker House roll


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Parker House roll

n.
A yeast-leavened roll, shaped by folding a flat round of dough in half.

[After the Parker House, a hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.]
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Noun1.Parker House roll - yeast-raised dinner roll made by folding a disk of dough before baking
bun, roll - small rounded bread either plain or sweet
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