Tuesday, October 28, 2008

And now I shall talk about food.

It is official, I have finally run out of things to blog about.

I was amazed to see, however, that my sidenote bananadilla recipe has polarized the nation. Well, maybe not the nation, but at least the few dozen folks that stop by here regularly. Some scoffed at the ridiculousness of the bananadilla, and even tried to make them into some newfangled s'more recipe. Others tried them and liked them.

You can take my word for it, scoffers, they are good. Good like a Mexican peanut butter banana sandwich. I also forgot to give credit to my mom, who e-mailed me the recipe a few months back from somewhere or another that I have now forgotten. So props to that unknown publication.

I also want to go on record and say that I don't even like s'mores. I know that is going to cause some controversy in this already polarized nation. I am an avid camper and Girl Scout Leader, and I will not hide my preferences any longer. I cannot live this lie. S'mores are disgusting.

Don't be mistaken, I can put away some roasted marshmallows. And we all know I have no problem with the Hershey's. I simply refuse to waste these separately delicious desserts by combining them with a dry, crumbly cracker and calling it by its arrogant name, which in itself assumes that it will be well liked. It's not even a real contraction. It's a fake contraction and a disgrace to desserts everywhere. To s'mores, I say: N'more.

In trying times such as these, I hope you can support a blogger who takes a stand.


  1. HAHAHAHAHA! So funny.

    Elvis used to eat fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches (similar to your bananadilla) you know. Also, I'm kind of with you on the whole s'mores thing. I usually only have one when camping and then I just stick with the chocolate for the rest of the evening. I thought it was just 'cause I was getting old.

  2. Alas, Chrissy....I'm not sure we can go on...it may just have to end here.

    Oh wait, sisterhood isn't like that, is it? :-D For the record, I made bananadillas for Myatt and myself a few nights ago. Myatt actually ate his this time! Which would be why I had to fix my own.

    And I have to put peanut butter on my s'mores. Mark thought I was totally nuts until he tried it. It resolves some of the "dry crumbly cracker" issues. Dry, sticky, crumbly crackers are totally different.

  3. Wow. Harsh words. I don't know girl, we may have to break up over this. How can you not like s'mores? Are you from Mars?

  4. I know we've been friends for a long time, and I never thought it would come to this. I fervently enjoy s'mores. I don't know if I can move past this. Okay, I can.

  5. I feel like I've been friends with a stranger all this time!! I had no idea how you felt about them. I feel the same way!!! Kindred hearts!! I don't like them because they're too messy, though!! I just sit back and eat the Hershey's while everyone else burns thier marshmallows!!

  6. You know? I too felt the same as you, last time I had one! I just don't understand how much people talk about them being "the" best thing in the camping world. I prefer roasted marshmallows over the over-complicated-thick-dry-stick-to-the-top-of-your-mouth-disgusting-pb-like campfire delight.


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