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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

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Ok, I'm late the party, haven't read the entire thread, and don't really care for banana bread. But I do have a picture of Brian sailing his boat, which might help his claim to be the smartest of the sailnet moderators:



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Hey Scott,

I cannot see your picture... it is probably something tacky anyways. Not sure why I take so much abuse on here??? I am not only the best looking and smartest moderator, I am also the nicest!!

Ha!!

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Eh, I like my bananas best when blended into my morning smoothie (cooler and faster than bread). Making no comment about the best looking male moderator, and Melrna may be the sexiest female SNer on her boat; but I'm the hippest female SNer on my boat!
Alright HippieChickie, just so ya know, banana bread makes a HippieChickie a hippierchickie, or is it HippierChickier?

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I wonder why Paulo hasn't put that boat into his Interesting Boats thread??? And do you think that is a Bob Perry design?

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CD, I would like to concede that you are in fact the best looking and smartest male moderator on this site. I spoke with Jeff and TDW and they both agree. We are simply no match. Your magnanimus awesomness is unmatchable. We are not worthy. I hope this public admission from us will relieve any future posters from having to post your obvious win? Thank you, CD! You truly are the Best Looking and Smartest Male Moderator!!
(Wiping tears)...

Faster, my old friend, you made me misty eyed. I know that admission was difficult. In fact, I bet you can't hardly believe you did it yourself!!! (hehe) Thank you for the very kind words. IN light of this, I simply cannot make any future posters meet the previous requirement. I will share the recipe with all my fellow boaters in the spirit of the goodwill you have shown.

Good eats, everyone! And thanks for the fun! I got a bunch of laughs out of it!!!



Christie's (Mrs. CD's) Spicy Banana Bread Recipe:

2 cups flour
1 cup bananas (mashed)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter (softened)
2 eggs
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
Pinch of salt
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg (more or less – to taste)
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon (more or less – to taste)

Mash bananas together with nutmeg and cinnamon, set aside.
Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and beat well.
Sift in flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Stir in banana mixture and vanilla.
Place in loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

A flaw in your recipe CD...

Is it ground nutmeg & cinnamon or whole? You don't specify!!!!!! Same goes for vanilla: bean, extract, what???? Four: AP, Bread, Cake, Pastry??? Salt: Kosher, Sea, Iodized??? Butter: Unsalted, Salted??? Sugar: granulated, powered???


Geez this recipe is so flawed!!!!

These discrepancies would make a big difference in mouth feel BAwahahahahaha
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A flaw in your recipe CD...

Is it ground nutmeg & cinnamon or whole? You don't specify!!!!!! Same goes for vanilla: bean, extract, what???? Four: AP, Bread, Cake, Pastry??? Salt: Kosher, Sea, Iodized??? Butter: Unsalted, Salted??? Sugar: granulated, powered???


Geez this recipe is so flawed!!!!

These discrepancies would make a big difference in mouth feel BAwahahahahaha
Oh yeah, and if you cut up any of this on a wooden cutting board, then the bread is no good...

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Dont be fooled folks ...you see
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

Brian,
Please give your wife our best.

It really is a good banana bread recipe.

Jim & Kathy
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Brian,
Please give your wife our best.

It really is a good banana bread recipe.

Jim & Kathy
Will do. SHe's the cook, not me! I am the griller!

BTW, I have another recipe... truly homemade brownies that are easy to make on the boat and awesome! Brownies are my favorite sweet! I have them made instead of birthday cake!

Like brownies, Jim?

You know what to say...

HEHE!!

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