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Wednesday, April 09, 2008 Recipes Requested: Caramel Rolls and Cinnamon Popcorn

Here are two recent recipes requested by one of our longtime readers:

"I'd like recipes for:

Caramel Rolls. I have a really good dough recipe but what do people use
for the caramel?

Cinnamon Popcorn

Thanks a bunch!"

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Posted by HappySlob :: 11:27 AM :: 0 comments

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Reader Question - Getting Rid of Skunk Smell in the Air

Yick...this is a nasty problem to have! If you can help Collette, just post a comment or email me at christina @ Thanks all!

Now, here's the email Collette sent in:

"Hello there Christine,
It had been a VERY long time since I have been to the KCNM website and Ive missed it. I just have been WAYYY to busy but now Im back. Im not sure where I am to post a question but Im hoping that you can help me. The problem is I had a skunk spray outside my house and now the air inside is VERY aweful I am wondering if anyone has any helpful hints to get rid of the smell. Any help would be VERY appreciated. Thank you.

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Posted by HappySlob :: 11:24 AM :: 1 comments

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Another Best Banana Bread Recipe - Shared from a Reader

This one sounds like a keeper, all! I extend warm thanks to Jeanette for taking the time to share this recipe. :) Sounds great. Now, here is Jeanette's email she submitted...

Here is a recipe I've used for years. I make it a lot at my job at the
local hospital/nursing home kitchen when we have overripe bananas. I
like the idea that it uses salad oil. At home I use a little ground
flax seed & sometimes substitute a little whole wheat flour. It's a
soft batter. Our nursing home residents really like this one & is
always a popular breakfast choice. Jeanette from Montana

Easy Banana Bread

1/2 cup salad oil
1 cup sugar, white or brown
2-3 overripe bananas, mashed
2 eggs, add 1 at a time
3 tablespoons milk, orange or apple juice
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tsp soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 cups flour
1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans
Options: coconut, raisins, craisins

Mix in order taking care not to overbeat with mixer. Dry ingredients can
be sifted
together before adding if you want to.

Spray 1 loaf pan, line bottom with a strip of parchement paper
or waxed paper, or foil to ensure easy removal. Bake 350 degrees
55-65 minutes testing with toothpick for doneness.

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Posted by HappySlob :: 11:20 AM :: 0 comments

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