I ran across "Throwed Rolls" recipe from the Lambert's restaurant and decided to make them... in remembrance of our family dinner there many years ago!!! (in TX) Anyone been to Lambert's?
Hands up...throwing one your way!
There is one about 2 hours from us. We've eaten there twice. Everyone should eat at Lamberts. But way too much food. And there is always at least an hour wait to get in
Nance. I thought Lamberts was a Missouri resturant. With 2 locations. One in the booth eel and one near Springfield and Brandon
You know, you might be right Linderhof. It must have been MO. We were there for a family wedding and our Texas branch knew about this restaurant from the bride. There is a Lamberts in Austin, but not sure it's the same "throwed rolls" place.
We have a large family in TX and we travel around a lot to meet up with them. My nephew got married in MO. That must have been when we went to Lambert's. We've also had a family reunion in Ozarks. It's been years so my mind gets scrambled. All I know is our large family showed up at Lambert's and they were throwing rolls at us! This message has been edited. Last edited by: nance425,
I've been to the Lambert's in Sikeston, Missouri several times. I love their rolls and like most of their food. DH, however, doesn't.
There's also a Lambert's in Foley, Alabama just north of Gulf Shores. I've been there only a time or two.
I thought there were only the two restaurants, but there may be three.
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There is one in Sikeston (the original) and one in Ozark (which is between Springfield and Branson -- but closer to Springfield) in Missouri
Didn't know about the Alabama one!
We've always eaten at the Ozark one -- closer to us.
They've been on Food Channel several times -- I think one time they were named the favorite pig out place. (If I had a restaurant not sure I'd want that as my claim to fame (LOL))
well, I learned these rolls should be eaten the same day they're baked. or maybe they shouldn't be reheated in a crockpot. (damp towel on the bottom, rolls and paper towel on top of them, heated on low).
The insides were ok but the tops were a lil tough. However, my guests had 2 so they couldn't have been too bad. Maybe they just had to eat them because I told them the story behind them.
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