rotten bananas are great

I had some bananas that I was nursing along to the right stage of over-ripeness so that I could use them for my favourite banana bread recipe.  In between doing some work, some house chores and trying to enjoy my Sunday, I whipped up a batch.   Yum.

I had enough for the banana bread and used two of the less rotten ones for another green smoothie:

ready for blending

I used kale this time instead of spinach.  Two bananas, about same volume of frozen peaches, two handfuls of (de-spined) kale and enough water to blend and make it a drinkable consistency.


The big fella even had a taste.  It had an interesting texture – and I mean interesting in a good way!

oh, the humanity!

Yesterday afternoon the poopers had to wait the long 70 minutes for their blankies to be washed and dried.

sweater yarn!

I got some Cascade 220 Superwash sent up from Webs.  I am going to make cute little cardigans for our friends’ twins.  When I saw the Tiny Tea Leaves pattern, I wanted to try it.  It’s top down and seamless.  The colours are more of a raspberry and a limey apple green.  I cast on the pink one the other night and have been working on the yoke.  It’s quite an interesting pattern.


One thought on “rotten bananas are great”

  1. This sounds like a great smoothie to me! and the yarn looks good, the cardies will probabely be adorable! Poor poopers that had to go such a long time without blankies… in august. Guess what? I have to cover our little one (the rat terrier) during the night with one layer or a fleece blanket or she won’t sleep through the night because she has to go peeing as we have the bedroom window open and there can be some breeze… Glad I found this out though!

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