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March 06, 2005

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Lushlife

Great photographs of the cake. As soon as I saw that frosting I thought cream cheese? I hope so its my favourite. Have you ever tried banana bread - I have bought it from some bakeries here - there is a low fat version which still tastes pretty good surprisingly. Anyway its good for the kiddies snacks as well. P.S tried your Nectarine tart on the weekend - absolutely scrumptious I am having another go at it this weekend too.

Molly

Sooo excited to see the banana cake recipe! And the photos are gorgeous. I can't wait to try it.

mum

Tried to get hold of u other day to c if u were ok, now that Ive read what u have been cooking, u must of bn ok n cooking up a storm! How come u didnt make banana cake for dad, its his favourite, actually jus as well u didnt cos otherwise his stomach would b twice as BIG!
It looked delicious anyway, hope Ernest n Ruth enjoyed it.

kitschenette

we're ok! i was just having a stressy morning. we were fine once we (finally) managed to get out of the house.

i didn't make the banana cake for dad because i only found this good recipe after we got back from oz. the recipe is in the big cookbook you brought over for me when you came here, which i left behind in switzerland when we came to oz. so i didn't find out how good this recipe was til we got home! or else i would definitely have made it for dad (but rationed him to a few pieces a day, and definitely no cream cheese icing!)

you should try the recipe, it's dead easy and very yummy. i think the buttermilk is the key. go on, dad will love you even more!

Molly

Well, I officially made it, and...drumroll, please...it was delicious! In fact, I've had a hard time keeping myself out of it. Wonderfully moist and so deeply banana-y. Thank you.

luthien

this is absolutely fantastiliciously yummy-looking *drools*

it's SO freaking huge! :D

Elissa

I often make this cake but instead of buttermilk (which I never have) I use half milk, half natural yoghurt. Works a treat.

Angus

Stephanie Alexander is of course an icon - but what about the famous banana cake recipe in the good ole Edmond's Cookbook? I love that one - you just need to add an extra banana and Bob's your uncle.
Do you have an Edmonds? If not I will bring one up.
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Meredith Hylton

Wow, what an amazing cake! The pictures make me want to take a bite out of my computer!

serena

i think the banana cake at the top looks so nice and i wish i could have a taste some of that beatiful cake ,its looks good. when i make my banana cake it was so beatiful and i am making one right now hope it turns out like the one at the top and tastes nice

serena

i think the banana cake at the top looks so nice and i wish i could have a taste some of that beatiful cake ,its looks good. when i make my banana cake it was so beatiful and i am making one right now hope it turns out like the one at the top and tastes nice

Andree

I came across this recipe about a month ago and have made it several times since. It is a definite hit with my husband. It turns out perfect every time, in fact I am eating some as I type this. Yummy

Denise

Great cake, really moist and tasty. My husband and children loved it! I didn't have any buttermilk so replaced it with yoghurt with a little whole milk mixed in.

aparna beecham india

hey...this ones real cool.......my friends and family are gaga over it.......cashews on top r a fantastic combi...i plan to try it next time with dates...yhat is half cup banan and half dated.......thanks a ton....and oh yup...HAPPY BAKING!

aparna beecham india

hey...this ones real cool.......my friends and family are gaga over it.......cashews on top r a fantastic combi...i plan to try it next time with dates...that is, half cup banana and half dates.......thanks a ton....and oh yup...HAPPY BAKING!

Mawera - New Zealand

What an outstanding cake; it was moist, sticky and delicious. I used trim milk with a tablespoon of lemon juice since that it what I had, and added 1/2 cup of milk chocolate buds and iced with chocolate icing. My family ate the whole cake in a day and are already demanding another. !

Teresa Dapo

Your banana cake is really delicious!

Shalum

Wow! I love banana cake. There's a lot of bananas here in the Phils., but you make it so pretty! Great work :)

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Have you ever tried banana bread - I've bought some bread here - there is a low-fat version, surprisingly, pretty good taste. In any case its good kid snacks as well. PS try to nectarine pie at the weekend - absolutely delicious I have another go this weekend. In fact, I have been very difficult to keep it myself out.

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