The terms “top banana” and “second banana” emerged from a 1920s vaudeville sketch. This comedic term was ingeniously coined to characterize the standout performer who held the spotlight.
Reese’s Peanut Butter and Banana Creme Cups, inspired by Elvis Presley, are greatly missed by shoppers. Shoppers who have started petitions to bring them back.
Making banana bread can be a hassle, but Pillsbury has made it effortless. Despite being a divisive treat, it’s a shame to waste those overripe bananas.
Easy-to-make recipes featuring America’s most-purchased fruit honor National Banana Day and National Stress Awareness Month
Dole Food Company, Inc., is devoting its popular “Healthier by Dole” alternative recipe series in April to bananas in honor of the iconic yellow fruit’s position at the center of two seemingly unrelated observances during the month.
Did you know that in many parts of the world people eat banana peels? What is so appealing about banana peels anyway? Here are a few benefits.
12% of your daily fiber, which helps with digestion and may help lower your risk of diabetes
17% of your vitamin C, which is important for your immune system as well as growth and development
20% of your vitamin B-6, which aids the body’s ability to convert food into energy
12% of your potassium, which helps in development of cells, tissues, and organs throughout the body
8% of your magnesium, which is important for the body’s energy productions and regulating glucose and blood pressure levels