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Banana Bread (Quick Potluck/ Breakfast)

Banana bread is easy to make. It goes great with your morning cup of coffee and it's an excellent thing to bring to a potluck where someone else is already bringing the wine and veggie dip.

“If thou tastest a crust of bread, thou tastest all the stars and all the heavens.” --Robert Browning (a bread lover)

Prep Time (the time it takes to chop and mix all the ingredients together)
15 minutes

Cook Time (the time it takes to bake the bread)
1 Hour 5 Minutes

Total Time: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

(Total 7 ingredients)

(bowl number one)

2 cups of flour (use a measuring cup)1 teaspoon baking soda1/4 teaspoon salt2 cups of sugar

(bowl number two)

1/2 cup of butter (1 whole stick at room temperature. It's easier to mash. Don't melt it in the microwave)2 eggs (beaten/ mixed)2-3 bananas (this is a great excuse to get rid of your brown, over ripe bananas)1 cup sour cream


1. Preheat the oven (turn the knob to 350)
2. Use oil and cover the inside of a bread ban (like wipin…

A Bachelor's Guide To Cooking: Stag Cooking

After the release of, Julie & Julia

... a new trend has taken over generation Z, mainstream America. We, who were previously inept in the kitchen have decided to take on the task of learning to cook and blog about it. We're desperate for fresh, affordable adventures in our financially meager economic status. The kitchen seems an alien enough terrain to journey and conquer.

New ways of embarrassing ourselves to the public in well hidden anonymity has become the new high of the millenium. I'm definitely not above it and am eagerly joining.

I am a bachelor with little culinary skills, undaunted by the new task I've laid out in front of me. I will attempt to release a new recipe every week with easy instructions to share with my friends and blog buddies.
Is this courage or madness? It doesn't matter as long as I get fed.

My sole intentions in the kitchen is to be able to make something quickly, affordably and delicious.

Here starts my contribution to other bachelors su…