23 2 / 2014

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quadreya:

Making someone’s day is the best feeling in the world.

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Kickin it on the Amtrak

Kickin it on the Amtrak

01 10 / 2013

quadreya:

when you know where you will be going in the future, your present struggle becomes easier. 

17 9 / 2013

primalpalette:

Pan Fried Bananas
This is an amazingly easy and delicious snack or addition to breakfast! If you do it right the outside is slightly crispy with bits of caramelized chewy goodness while the inside is delectably warm and super sweet.
Ingredients
1 banana per person
Coconut Oil
Ground Cinnamon
Directions
With one banana per person, slice to 1/2 inch thick, sprinkle with cinnamon
Have an old jar or can ready to pour hot excess oil into.
Using a skillet proportionate to your batch (I used a 5 inch teflon skillet for 2 bananas) put enough coconut oil to cover the bottom of the pan and stand about 1/3 the height of your banana slices.
Heat the oil at just above medium heat until you can tell it might start smoking soon,
Now add banana slices in a single layer, flat side down in the oil. Immediately turn down the stove to just under medium heat.
Fry the bananas untouched for approximately 1.5 minutes. Flip one over to check for that golden crust. Use your best judgment on extra time, but check in 30 second intervals.
Once you’ve flipped the entire batch over, carefully drain off most of the oil. Leave enough to still coat the bottom of the pan.
Continue cooking for 2 minutes and then serve hot!

primalpalette:

Pan Fried Bananas

This is an amazingly easy and delicious snack or addition to breakfast! If you do it right the outside is slightly crispy with bits of caramelized chewy goodness while the inside is delectably warm and super sweet.

Ingredients

  • 1 banana per person
  • Coconut Oil
  • Ground Cinnamon

Directions

  1. With one banana per person, slice to 1/2 inch thick, sprinkle with cinnamon
  2. Have an old jar or can ready to pour hot excess oil into.
  3. Using a skillet proportionate to your batch (I used a 5 inch teflon skillet for 2 bananas) put enough coconut oil to cover the bottom of the pan and stand about 1/3 the height of your banana slices.
  4. Heat the oil at just above medium heat until you can tell it might start smoking soon,
  5. Now add banana slices in a single layer, flat side down in the oil. Immediately turn down the stove to just under medium heat.
  6. Fry the bananas untouched for approximately 1.5 minutes. Flip one over to check for that golden crust. Use your best judgment on extra time, but check in 30 second intervals.
  7. Once you’ve flipped the entire batch over, carefully drain off most of the oil. Leave enough to still coat the bottom of the pan.
  8. Continue cooking for 2 minutes and then serve hot!