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    So, I figured a “recipe” thread would be useful.

    As it is, I have some bananas that are beyond eating, but perfect for banana bread.
    Does anyone have a Bang-up banana bread recipe? I’m looking for something beyond standard.
    With a spice twist, or some such.
    Thanks!


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    I've never made banana bread, my girlfriend makes it every now and then. Her recipe is pretty basic though, the only difference from most people is that she puts chocolate chips in it instead of nuts. I have a really good lasagna recipe that my aunt gave me if anyone is interested.


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    I have a couple clearly depression era recipies my dad made regularly for me as a kid
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    What types of recipes paleo? Cabbage dishes? I have my grandma's pea salad recipe that I've since modified and made my own.
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    Potato onion and hamburger ones mostly.
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    Well then, give em’ Up!
    I’m completely down with taters and onions.
    Dutch oven, skillet, other? I’m all ready with the grinder peppercorns and Himalayan salt!
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    Alright so I'll start with my pea salad recipe.

    Chop up 16oz of lightly salted cashews
    Chop up a head of celery (or about 3/4 of one depending on how much is there and how much you like celery)
    Mix celery and cashews in a large mixing bowl
    Season with lemon pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. I use salt free seasonings because you get enough salt from the cashews.
    Add in one bag of frozen peas, not sure the weight offhand, but you want the peas to be about double the amount of the cashew and celery mix. Peas need to be frozen still.
    Stir in 10 oz of sour cream
    Stir in ranch dressing until everything is lightly coated in the ranch/sour cream mixture.

    season again with lemon pepper, garlic powder, onion powder to taste stirring while you go.
    Finish with a light dusting of paprika on top.

    Serve cold. It's generally best when the peas are still on the frozen side.

    Anymore when I make this I just do it all by taste and feel, so the amounts can be altered. Personally I use more cashews than my grandmother did. She only used 8oz for the same amount of peas and celery, but I like the crunch that the cashews give it.
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    I have a great clam chowder recipe.....meatballs and sauce....stuffed flank steak, Slovenian chicken, Chicken in white wine sauce.....and a few others......sometimes when Spousy is Mainland, and I am here I think he misses my cooking as much as me!! LOL
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