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Mary Ann Wilber's Ginger Peach PieBanana Boats

Many of you have grown up eating S'mores by the campfire. Here is a slightly healthier (Ha!) variation of this old standard.

1 banana
1 Hershey bar (milk or dark, whichever you prefer)

Slit banana lengthwise but not all the way through.
Leave the skin on (do not peel).
Put marshmallows and pieces of chocolate into slit.
Wrap tightly in foil, being sure to seal ends.
Place on grill over campfire or coals, seam side up, or, bake in a 300 degree oven.
Takes 5-6 minutes to cook.

Add 1-2 tablespoons of peanut butter before cooking - smooth or chunky.
Sprinkle chopped peanuts or toffee pieces over top after cooking.

Serve as is or with vanilla ice cream.

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Smoke Signals blows your way from High Noon Western Americana of Los Angeles, California, producers of the High Noon Antique Show & Auction for 25 years (1991-2014). Smoke Signals eMagazine was founded in 2010 from a desire to share thoughts and facts with the High Noon community and look at what is going on in the Western world while feeding our readers with great recipes and giving advertisers a chance to blow their own smoke.

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