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Q. What can you do with 2 Over Ripe Bananas 2 Small Monkeys refuse to touch?

Just perfect food for runners looking to replace their lost calories, after today’s NY Marathon!


One of my Monkeys (sorry, Kids) will not touch a banana with the slightest sign of ripeness. The other, won’t even eat bananas.

Squishy Bananas - Squishy Bananas – “to throw, or not to throw, that is the question?”

Rather than chuck soft blackened bananas in the trash, I’ve come up with a way to magically transform them into something so delicious that even my resident banana hater will consume it and ask for more

The solution to the squishy banana problem? Fresh baked Banana Walnut & Honey Loaf

It’s fun to make and even more entertaining, if you can rope the banana agnostic into making it with you. What’s more it only takes 20 minutes to prepare, excluding baking time


The Essential Ingredients The Essential Ingredients

  • A couple of regular very soft peeled bananas
  • 3 oz Butter
  • 7 oz of Plain Flour, 1.5 tsp of Baking Powder, a 1/2 tsp of Salt (if you are in the UK, all you need is 7 oz of Self…

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Almost as food obsessed as my Beagle Hound Millie, I am a keen amateur cook and consumer of fine chow with a weakness for the spices of Middle Eastern and North African cuisine and an obsession with Chu Toro, British Cheese and Single Malt Orkney Island Scotch (go figure), I slice at warp speed (scars on the fingers to prove it) and can rustle up everything from Mashed Potato to Maki in the flash of an eye!

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