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Old 02-17-2005, 03:10 PM   #31
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Like I said, never heard of the banana mayo thing, but I AM intrigued enough that I might try it!
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:11 PM   #32
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My most favorite thing is to eat an ice cold baked sweet potato.
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crewsk - I've got one for you to try (I eat banana and mayo sandwiches too - but I leave the bananas just cut in half - and also banana, peanutbutter and mayo sandwiches) - anyway - back to what I want you to try:

Skice a banana in half lengthwise and then in half again to make 4 pieces. Place on a pice of white or wheat bread (oh, get the broiler heating up). Sprinkle liberally with cinnamon and sugar and dot with butter. Broil until sugar starts to bubble or you can tell its done - BUT wait for it to cool a bit - that melted sugar on the roof of your mouth right beind your front teeth hurts like a...) :oops:
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Like I said, never heard of the banana mayo thing, but I AM intrigued enough that I might try it!
E4Fun, give it a shot! They are really good. I'm not surprised you have never heard of it either. It even gets me some strange looks from people around here. :D


Dove, I've never had it with pickles. I'm not too sure about that one! Having pickles at every big meal is a "have too" around here!
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crewsk - I've got one for you to try (I eat banana and mayo sandwiches too - but I leave the bananas just cut in half - and also banana, peanutbutter and mayo sandwiches) - anyway - back to what I want you to try:

Skice a banana in half lengthwise and then in half again to make 4 pieces. Place on a pice of white or wheat bread (oh, get the broiler heating up). Sprinkle liberally with cinnamon and sugar and dot with butter. Broil until sugar starts to bubble or you can tell its done - BUT wait for it to cool a bit - that melted sugar on the roof of your mouth right beind your front teeth hurts like a...) :oops:

Elf, that sounds wonderful!! I need to call hubby & get him to pick up same bananas on his way home from work!! Savannah ate the last one with her lunch today.
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:17 PM   #36
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Marge, one of my favorite snacks is cold, steamed, Okinawa sweet potatoes. Love their purple color and the sweet flavor.

I like banana sandwiches, no mayo.
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Crewsk - I like to have that for breakfast or as a little sweet (when I'm in the mood) for a snack at night.

wasabi - I'm so jealous of your produce!!!!
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I love original doritos with cottage cheese, cold waffles with butter and gjetøst (Norwegian goat cheese, which is carmelized), hard boiled eggs sliced thin ontop of a layer of anchovy paste on toast. When I was young I did love peanut butter and banana sandwiches (with butter) and sometimes added crisp bacon.
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I like to spread butter on a flour tortilla and then spread a layer of jam. Then roll the torillla up and pop it in the microwave for 15 seconds or so to melt the butter. Yum!!
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I like to spread butter on a flour tortilla and then spread a layer of jam. Then roll the torillla up and pop it in the microwave for 15 seconds or so to melt the butter. Yum!!
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What about Vegemite, cheese and lettuce or peanut butter & honey (sesame seeds optional)? Butter (or marg) on both of course.

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Too right!! Cold yam is really brilliant, either solo or on a sandwich. Trouble is though, we can't cook enough to keep. 2 or 3 monsters go at the hot dinner with no left overs. One vegetable we never had any trouble getting the kids to eat - ever.
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