View 49: Banana Bread

Mmmmmm.....Banana Bread!

My sister makes the best banana bread. I know I am bias but it is fabulous. She left me two loaves after we ate up this plate on Thanksgiving last week. Thanks, Sis!

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11 Responses to View 49: Banana Bread

  1. That looks delicious! I love banana bread, but no one else in my family does, so I never make it anymore.

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  2. giiid says:

    Mmnnn, I could eat one now, even though I don´t know how banana bread taste. Is it a common bread in USA? I will look for a recipe at google, I guess you don´t have it…

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  3. stphoto says:

    Birgitte,

    I fixed the link on “banana bread” which will give you some history and a sample recipe. If you do a search, you’ll find hundreds of recipes. I won’t see my sister until Christmas but will try to get her’s.

    I’ve found most Church/School bake sales in the US will have a few Banana Bread loafs for sale. 🙂

    Scott

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  4. If you’re looking for something else to make with those overripe bananas, that no one wants to eat, try banana milk. Break up three bananas (4 if they’re small) into a blender, add 1 Tbsp. sugar per banana, some cinnamon (optional) and fill the blender with milk. Blend until smooth and enjoy.
    Drink immediately or it will turn black.

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  5. stphoto says:

    Sounds like a banana milkshake which I like a lot but without the banana chunks.

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  6. C.A.Margonper says:

    Some people in my family told me about a fruit called banana-bread (literal translation from “banana-pão”) that existed in Angola (Africa). It was much bigger than the regular banana and was used to cook together with other foods.

    This banana bread sound very, very delicious. 🙂

    Claudia

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  7. C.A.Margonper says:

    Howdy again, Scott! Just passing by to say thank you for your interest in my fiction! I’ve answered your comment in my blog. Feel free to say something. 🙂

    Claudia

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  8. C.A.Margonper says:

    Oh, and I added your blog to my Photography Websites List. 🙂

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  9. stphoto says:

    Thanks, Claudia!!! Checked out your fiction blog. Really liked the About blurb. Intriguing storyline.

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  10. rye says:

    It looks delicious! 😀

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  11. Jen says:

    biased, not bias…but it looks GREAT!

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