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I was strolling towards the mall just a couple of weeks ago with a few shopping bags in hand when I smelled the most delicious smell I have ever encountered in my life. Since I was passing by the food court with so many places to eat, I couldn’t determine which among all of those was the one who caught my attention. But since I was a bit tired from all the walking and shopping, I decided to take a break and sit down on one of the metal benches. It felt good to sit down and take in the aroma of that delicious food!
As I was busy looking at my buys, there was that smell again. When I looked up, I immediately realized that it was coming from a bakery vendor just a couple of feet away from me.
The vendor was selling freshly baked bread and I had to have a slice of that bread or I would go crazy. It was a cranberry banana loaf. One bite was enough for me to buy a whole loaf which I could bring home.
I didn’t know cranberry and banana could taste that good in a bread! It’s like a match made in heaven! It tastes really good with tea or coffee too. You’ve got to make this bread for yourself. I found a delightful recipe and promptly made 2 loaves 🙂
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch and Food.com.
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Quick Tip: The bread cuts cleaner and thinner if you can wait until it is completely cool.