Tuesday, August 5, 2008

TWD - Black and White Banana Loaf

This week's recipe was a Black and White Banana Loaf. I had lots of fun trying to make a nice marble without actually reading any of the marbling techniques. ;-) I think they still turned out pretty good. My loaf was quite dense, and I almost forgot it was going to be chocolately when I bit into it. The chocolate was very subtle for me (I used semi-sweet), so being a non-chocolate lover, I really liked that. I served it to friends who loved it, and one even was able to pick out the run flavor.

Black and White Banana Loaf
From Baking: From My Home to Yours, by Dorie Greenspan
Chosen by Michelle from Michelle in Colorado Springs.
Check out the other Tuesdays with Dorie bakers here.

12 comments:

  1. This looks sooooo fabulous! I'm drooling just thinking about it.

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  2. Isn't it awesome how coworkers somehow have that keen sense of being able to spoil your sneaky fun? It looks great!

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  3. Your co-worker must have had an ultra sensitive palette, I couldn't taste the rum at all. Your loaf looks tasty!

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  4. i agree with you that the rum was rather strong. But why shld there be any complaints? *hic*.. oops.

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  5. Great job! It looks so moist despite you saying it was dense!

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  6. I could hardly taste the rum in mine.

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  7. Thats hilarious about taking a boozy bread to work but seriously... why would anyone complain? LOL. Great job!
    Clara @ iheartfood4thought

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  8. Looks good. I can't believe that someone could pick up the flavor that quickly. There was so little rum in there!

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  9. Very nice marbling, and sometimes alcohol would be a nice addition to work. Keep baking with it, and coworkers might just mellow out a bit!

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  10. Those look so delicious and moist! I can't believe they tasted the rum, though! Nice work!

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  11. Alcohol and work go together likethis. ;)

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