Deserted Island Archive

Norm Campbell banished to a dessert-ed island

Norm Campbell was the guest “Castaway” on Earbones on Friday, January 18th, 2013. Norm selected the ten songs that he would choose if stuck on a deserted island. He also selected his home made banana bread for the one sweet he could bring to his “Dessert-ed” island. Listen Here and see his list of songs and the banana bread recipe. Thanks Norm!

(Looking for) the Heart of Saturday Night by Tom Waits

Farewell to Tarwathie by Judy Collins

May I Suggest by  Red Molly

A Pirate looks at 50 by Jimmy Buffet

House of the rising sun by  the Animals

Om by  Moody Blues

Everybody’s Talkin’  by Harry Nilsson

Canon in D by Pacabel   (Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra)

Father and Son by  Cat Stevens

Joan of Arc by Jennifer Warnes  written by L. Cohen

 

BANANA BREAD

1 STICK BUTTER  at room temperature
3/4 CUP SUGAR
2 EGGS
1 CUP ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR
1tsp BAKING SODA
1/2 tsp SALT
1 CUP WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
3 LARGE VERY RIPE BANANAS  mashed
1tsp VANILLA
3/4 CUP SHELLED WALNUTS, coarsely chopped

Pre heat oven to 350
Grease a bread pan.
Cream butter and sugar
Add eggs
Stir in all purpose flour, baking soda, and salt.
Stir in whole wheat flour,
Fold in Bananas, vanilla and walnuts
Pour in mixture to bread pan
Bake 55 to 60 minutes.

We usually use all whole wheat flour with no real change
The walnuts are essential….don’t skimp

Frost with a CEAM CHEESE FROSTING
3 oz CREAM CHEESE
2 T BUTTER
1 T MILK
1 tsp VANILLA
21/2 CUPS POWDERED SUGAR

IN A MIXER, BLEND ALL INGREDIENTS, AND THEN ADD
POWDERED SUGAR.
BEAT UNTIL SMOOTH
If needed add additional milk 1 tsp at a time

 

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