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For 2 Californians who just moved from Los Angeles to Sacramento, Birds of Feather provided the perfect gateway to relax and unwind....
- Lauren & Jeremiah
Wow, it's beautiful!  My English is not good.  Ach,ich möchte auch so gerne einmal nach Kanada,besonders nach Prince George!  Allein...
- Judith
I had a great off campus experience at RRU, thanks to Birds of a Feather. My first few days downstairs in room 5 were good but room 1...
- Phyllis Smith
Thank you for a lovely stay. Your property is beautiful as well as the surrounding area. We won this stay through a photo contest,...
- Sarah & Wesley
Our third visit to your B&B and our best yet - the difference in the quality of the accommodations since our visit last summer is...
- Alan, Alison & Kirstie
This was a great start to our Canada vacation. We especially appreciated the wonderful weather. The 14 swans feeding down at the dock...
- John & Cathy Bonnett
Thanks for the comfortable home away from home. Felt right at home from the get go! Your views were great & the use of your...
- Frank and Ann
What a beautiful place. Enjoyed the morning boat rides. Friendly dogs and pig.
- Scott and Joleen
What a great way to start our 25th anniversary vacation! Birds of a Feather is our first B&B stay - loved it! Just 2 nights,...
- Leanne & Chuck Cullember
We thank-you For everything! We both had the vacation of our lives! We have chosen the best place out of British Columbia! And thank-...
- Sherry & Dennis

Sourdough Banana Nut Bread

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1 cup sugar
1/3 cup Crisco oil
2 eggs, beaten
1/2 cup sourdough batter
2 cups flour, all-purpose, unsifted
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. soda
3 ripe bananas, crushed
3/4 cup chopped nuts (home-grown walnuts taste best)
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix sugar and Crisco oil together. Beat in eggs. Fold in sourdough starter. Add the rest of the ingredients. Bake in a large loaf pan in center of oven, preheated at 375 degrees F for 40 to 50 minutes or until done. Be sure to grease and flour the loaf pan before adding the batter. Bread is done when inserting a toothpick and it comes out clean. Turn out on wire rack to cool. Sourdough makes this a nice, moist banana bread and guests will be pleasantly surprised with the touch of gourmet flavoring.