Tuesdays With Dorie – Black-And-White Banana Loaf

How blaise!  I put together a recipe and it turned out pretty well.  With the exception of replacing whole milk with 2% milk, I followed this thing to the letter.  It turned out well.  It was moist and delicious.  I have no complaints (and subsequently nothing to write about).

I’m beginning to feel more comfortable baking, and each little “disaster” becomes easier to overcome out of sheer experience and ingenuity.  Of course, next week’s ice cream will be a whole different ballgame.  I’m undecided as to whether I’ll buy an ice-cream-maker or do the alternative method.

I have a job interview tomorrow (er…today if you’re reading this on Tuesday), so I’m going to rest up.  Expect to see some fun content in the near future.

For 1/8 of recipe:

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 132.0g
Amount Per Serving
Calories

402
Calories from Fat

182
% Daily Value*
Total Fat

20.2g
31%
Saturated Fat

12.2g
61%
Cholesterol

135mg
45%
Sodium

297mg
12%
Total Carbohydrates

48.4g
16%
Dietary Fiber

1.5g
6%
Sugars

29.1g
Protein

6.6g
Vitamin A 12% Vitamin C 3%
Calcium 10% Iron 10%
* Based on a 2000 calorie diet

Nutritional details are an estimate and should only be used as a guide for approximation.

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27 Responses to “Tuesdays With Dorie – Black-And-White Banana Loaf”

  1. Good luck on your interview!

    Baking every week for TWD has definitely made me more comfortable with baking as well.

  2. Congrats on a lovely banana bread. Good luck on the job interview!

  3. Nice loaf. Good luck on the interview!

  4. Nice nutritional analysis!

    Hannah

  5. I’m glad yours turned out so well, it looks great! Hope your job interview goes well!

  6. Sigh. the nutritional analysis just kills my motivation. back to the treadmill…

    GOOD LUCK on the job interview! They’re going to love you.

  7. Good luck with the interview! And have fun with the ice cream for next week. I’m still trying to decide if I’m going to buy a new ice cream maker or hand crank my ice cream–I broke the motor on mine this past weekend.

  8. Well, I hope your job interview went well, they’d be lucky to have a guy who bakes! Your loaf looks pretty near perfect, well done!

  9. Great baking, hopefully great interview! Your nutritional analysis makes me feel glad I refuse to eat the nasty loaf I made–not worth all that bad stuff. Nice job!

  10. Your cake looks wonderful! Hope all goes well with your interview!

  11. good luck on the interview…and i’m depressed now after the nutritionals..HA.

  12. I am so disappointed! I come here to read about disasters!! LOL. But seriously. I am glad you are getting along better in the kitchen. Isn’t it a great feeling (well aside from the fact that you dont have much to write about. haha)? Good luck with the interview.
    Clara @ iheartfood4thought

  13. I keep coming back to your blog – it is always so fun! Your black and white looks terrific!! Good job.

  14. Good luck on your interview and great job on the banana loaf!

  15. ARRRGGGHHHHHH another excellent marbling job. Mine looks more like cheap formica.

  16. Congrats, dude!!

    Have a delicious day =)

  17. i did buy an ice cream maker for next week and it was too easy, so i say make it by hand so you’ll have plenty to write about. 😛 hope the job interview went well…. your loaf looks great.

  18. Hey, I’m glad it turned out, and you liked it.

    Hope the interview went well 🙂

  19. Hope your interview went well! Your loaf looks great!

  20. I hope the interview went well, and that’s a great looking loaf. I’m glad it turned out so well for you.

  21. Hope you score the job. It’s a good omen that your bread came off without a hitch. I swear I had those plates in college. Wonder what happened to them….

  22. Nice looking cake! Hope the interview went well for you:)

  23. Nice work, Mike! Good luck on the interview. Maybe you should bring them a slice of banana & choc cake? Oh, wait, it’s already Weds – I guess I’m a bit late with the suggestion. Well, you could always enclose it with your follow-up note. Everyone loves a co-worker who bakes! LOL.

  24. Nice job – and yeah – it’s so much more interesting when SOMETHING happens with a recipe! Hope the interview went well!

  25. I hope the interview went well!

    You deserve a good baking week (and you’ve been a real trooper so far), so congrats on the lovely loaf…I wish I can say the same for me this week. 😦

    Linda
    http://www.tendercrumb.blogspot.com

  26. Hey hun. Sorry long time no talk! How did the interview go? I heard you looked real snazzy…haircut and all. And also something about Deb thinking you were hot… Oh and I’m going to be a little late with the prompt tomorrow. Probably won’t get it done until 11 pm. They are running me ragged here!

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