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SallyBR1's picture

Glenys, not sure you are checking this forum, but just in case....


is it ok if I blog about your Best Banana Bread and include the recipe?????


Haven't heard from you in a looooong time... hope you are doing great!

Marie Louise's picture

She was here last weekend, Sally. (post #69651, reply #1 of 8)

I had a nice chat with her, it was like old times.

SallyBR1's picture

Great! (post #69651, reply #2 of 8)

Maybe she will pop here again this weekend....


I don't want to post a recipe if she doesn't agree - not that there's THAT many folks checking my blog... :-)


Marie Louise's picture

I read every post in your (post #69651, reply #3 of 8)

I read every post in your blog. :-)

SallyBR1's picture

Yes, but you are too (post #69651, reply #4 of 8)

Yes, but you are too sweet!     ;-)

Glenys's picture

Check you mail Sally and blog (post #69651, reply #5 of 8)

Check you mail Sally and blog away.  Good thing that bread requires blackened bananas, otherwise it might be bruised.

SallyBR1's picture

Got it!  Thanks, (post #69651, reply #6 of 8)

Got it!  Thanks, Glenys...


will be replying to you soon....   THe banana bread was inhaled by our graduate students on Friday, two of them (who are into cooking) want the recipe, so I decided to blog it, killing two birds with a single stone

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The baby is born.... (post #69651, reply #7 of 8)

Glenys, I  just posted about your banana bread - and decided to post the link here, even though you don't read blogs, maybe you can open an exception for just this one tiny link?    :-)


thank you thank you thank you!

nutcakes's picture

Not only have I been making (post #69651, reply #8 of 8)

Not only have I been making this bread like crazy myself, I just last week introduced my non-baking aunt to it. We made it at her home using only liquid measuring cups and no measuring spoons. She insisted on putting raisins and nuts in. It came out great, although different than mine. We then went to the store and bought her measuring cups and spoons (she didn't even know that you are to pack brown sugar.) Shi is so pleased and excited with this loaf that she has made 3 since. One whent to a group of her husbands and they all said it was the best they ever had.

Also, I have made it with browned banana most time and it is good like that.

Also, I have a friend that can't eat eggs, so she has never had most baked goods, including banana bread. I was looking for an eggless one to make, following Tracy's mention of it and just decided to modify this one. I added 1/3 cup extra of buttermilk and 1/3 cup pear puree (I didn't have applesauce but I got pear and pumpkin babyfood on sale for this purpose.) Then I realized I over compensated for the egg so I used 1-1/2 cups flour. It came out great, but a tiny bit wet. She loved it.