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Editor's note: Mr. Enriquez's letter that appeared in the Nov. 1 edition of the Daily Record was edited to follow guidelines established that prevent against endorsing candidates by name with voting underway.

Celebrate National Cappuccino Day with this roasted banana coffee cake

Oven-roasted ripe bananas make this a sweet addition to a breakfast menu or afternoon snack. Photo by Metro Creative

Celebrate National Cappuccino Day with this roasted banana coffee cake

Waiting for bananas to ripen for baking can try anyone’s patience. Laurie McNamara, author of “Simply Scratch: 120 Wholesome Homemade Recipes Made Easy,” admits she doesn’t have the patience for bananas to brown and that roasting them in the oven speeds up the process. That process is on display in McNamara’s recipe for “Roasted Banana Coffee Cake,” which makes a great addition to breakfast tables, brunches and a perfect companion to a hot cup of cappuccino.

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Ending violence through prevention

The following article is the final article of a five-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and we hope to educate our community on this very important issue. 1 in 3 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Locally, the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center has been serving victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and child abuse since 1978. Last year, HCWC served 2,307 victims of abuse (face-toface) primarily from Hays and Caldwell Counties. 1,047 of those were victims of domestic violence.

Self-care during a pandemic

The following article is part four of a five-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and we hope to educate our community on this very important issue. 1 in 3 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Locally, the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center has been serving victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and child abuse since 1978. Last year, HCWC served 2,307 victims of abuse (face-to-face) primarily from Hays and Caldwell Counties. 1,047 of those were victims of domestic violence.

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