This has a nice backstory to it (don't all my recipes ha ha:-) A friend of mine who lives way out in Washington State told me about her Fleischmann's Yeast Breads booklet. She got it in a mixer she received as a wedding gift over 25 years ago. She says the recipes in the booklet are sooooo good she has worn her booklet to a frazzle-pages are coming loose, dog-eared, you know what I'm talking about. Anyway, I decided I'd try to find her a new one (or a good used one) I spent weeks searching the web looking on ebay, amazon, alibris and every little site I knew of to find a copy. Finally after 3 months of looking I found two copies on ebay-bid on em and got both of em for a real good price! Boy was she happy. She told me about this bun recipe and how great it was and that I should try making them. She was right (she usually is:-) These make very good buns. You can add sesame or poppy seeds to the tops with an egg wash. With summer fast upon us I thought I'd send this one in. I use these all the time when I make my Blue Mill Tavern Sandwiches I've posted to this site. Enjoy! Makes 8 buns. P.S. I'm very sad to say my friend who told me of this recipe has gone on to be with the Lord. I shall miss her very very much but I know she is now with her beloved husband and family who passed before her. Thank you Kath for making me a better person (and a better baker!).