Hello everyone, This is my first post on this site. I've been reading a lot of great stuff on here. Let me know if I'm posting this in the wrong area, but I was hoping with all the knowledgeable people on here, someone could help me with my dilemma. For years now, I've been looking online periodically for a recipe to replicate the rolls you find at a Golden Corral or Ryan's restaurant. Because they're pretty much identical and I believe I've had the same kind at other restaurants, they can't be a closely guarded secret. They're similar to those at Texas Roadhouse, but lighter and fluffier. They're moist, compress very easily and spring back, and have a really good chew to them. One problem I run into is I'll see someone say they have the perfect Ryan's roll replica, it's just like they used to get in school. Either they had much better rolls in their school than I did or their regional Ryan's serves a different style. I'll include a picture below that does a good job of representing them. It's a little hard for me to describe them because I'll say they're moist and fluffy, but I've had other bread that is fairly fluffy and isn't dry, but is absolutely not the taste or texture of what I'm looking for. If anyone know what I'm talking about and has had these rolls (preferably slathered in honey butter), then please feel free to help me convey it to others. Our local Ryan's shut down and it's about 45min to the closest Golden Corral. Their food is fairly sub-par, but it's worth the ride for these rolls. Thanks for any help you can provide.