4 large bananas ripe. (fresh or frozen)
1 cup brown sugar
2 tbs coconut oil/butter
2 cups plain wholemeal flour
2 tbs milk
1 pinch salt
5 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 pinch of salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Put everything into food processor
Blitz till thoroughly mixed
Makes 12 large or 24 small muffins.
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This damper recipe includes green pawpaw (Carica papaya) and Warrigal greens (Tetragonia tetragonioides), which are currently abundant in my garden. Both are self-sown crops. Served either as damper or used as a pizza base, this…
This is a delicious banana cake. An amalgamation of a number of recipes. I love the fact that it uses cups of bananas. Very easy to use frozen bananas
The mango tree is absolutely bursting with blossom. If you could only photo smells and sound. When your next to the tree. The smell is so rich and beautiful, the sun is warm and the bees are humming.
It hasn’t been the hottest summer on record. They have been slow to ripen. Logan food gardeners who are about 30 mins away have their mangos in the freezers already.
However the size and taste is incredible. They are so sweet. This tree is truly my favourite in the garden.
Finally starting to ripen.
I think they have taken longer in the bags. Though there is no sign of fruit fly. I’m not sure if I would use them again. We have about 30 mangos on the tree still. I’m not sure what kind they are but they are very sweet.
Put a cotton pillowcase in a bowl of water with a good splash of vinegar.
Wring out excess water.
Keep ham in this rinsing out bag in vinegar and water every day.
Once it starts to get to the end. Slice up left over put into ziplock bags and freeze small quantities to use in a myriad of meals.
Use the bone to make my Dad’s favourite and mine pea and ham soup.
Omelettes and frittatas
Ham and eggs
Baked potatoes with ham and cheese
Ham cheese toasties
Last time I bought spring onions I cut the roots off and planted them in the garden. Voila from the root has grown a 2nd spring onion 2 for the price of one