I made these today with the following adaptations. I used granulated sugar in place of honey (didn’t have enough) and I subbed frozen blueberries for chocolate chips (didn’t have any). Accidentally, I left out the milk entirely. I did a double batch, and my six bananas were on the larger side, so I’m hoping the extra moisture from those makes up for the lack of milk. My bananas were frozen with the skin on. Hint: to peel frozen bananas more easily, quickly run them under warm water, which thaws the outsides. Using a fingernail, rip a strip down the inside length of the banana, and then the rest should come off easily in almost one piece. Break up bananas into chunks before putting in blender, and you may need to extend baking time a tad due to coldness of batter. I baked for 10, rotated the trays, baked for 10 more, and then added another 3 to be safe. They came out great and weren’t dry at all. I like them not too sweet, so they were perfect.
“This regulatory guidance addresses application of the 30-minute break rule to interstate drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) who begin their duty days as ‘‘short haul’’ drivers exempt from the break rule, but who occasionally exceed the short haul distance or time limits. Such drivers are then subject to the break requirement and must prepare a record-of-duty- status (RODS) for the day. The intent of the break rule would be satisfied if drivers in these situations take a break at the earliest safe opportunity after exceeding the short haul limits and explain in a RODS annotation why the rest break was not taken within the required 8 hours of the last off-duty break of at least 30 minutes.”