Want to know what anxiety is? It's an overtaking of your life. It's seeing a car coming towards your car and automatically thinking "They will hit me and I will be killed." It is hearing your friend sigh after you finish speaking and automatically thinking "They were talking about me." It is losing your headphones and then frantically searching for them, not because you want to listen to music, but because it is something that you hold as constant. Imagine that as a daily thing.
This classic recipe is an adaptation of one found in a revised edition of "The Fannie Farmer Cookbook" by Marion Cunningham. It takes time, but very little effort, and you will be rewarded with soft, pillowy, butter-rich rolls worthy of your best breadbasket. (Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times)