Real oil, real sugar and really tasty! for reals

This is really the best banana bread recipe!   It’s just super tasty and made with the real stuff. You’re not gonna find fake sugar or fake oil here.  Just real honest to goodness real ingredients!  It’s super easy to make and doesn’t take a real long time to mix it up.  I whooped it up in 10 minutes and baked it for about 50 minutes, depending on your oven. (Ours at the moment is really screwed up.  Things aren’t made the way they used to be so I make sure to poke it before pulling it out of the oven.)

As you can see by the picture, I bake this often and I am a really messy baker! There are oil drops, batter smears and water stains!  I could have retyped this, but I love the history behind the paper and the recipe!

My sis in law, Yvette, made this for us when she came to visit Bend for the very first time.  She had these really cute loaves of bread for us along with a bottle of wine. What an awesome house warming gift!  We really love bread, all sorts, and really, really, really, really, really, really love red wine!  We drank the wine that night and ate the bread the next morning.  We loved it so much that upon her return to La La land, she found an email from Carlos, requesting the recipe for the bb bread. Yvette is really, really nice and emailed it that evening! and there ya go!

By the way, I think it’s really, really cute that his sisters call him “carlitos”.   I can’t get rid of the recipe for that reason, too!

The red wigglers also really love the banana peels!

What’s on the Menu for Red Wigglers?

What’s on the menu today for Wonder Worman’s Super Composting Red Wigglers? There’s Red Leaf lettuce, banana peels, strawberries, oats, pasta, rice and spinach, among other things – Food scraps from the last couple of days. If you have kids and are looking for ways to get them even more excited about having Red Wigglers, make a project out of feeding your worms by creating a “soup” out of food that would normally go to waste – but still a good source of food for your Red Wigglers (Moldy bread? Bring it on! Rusty Lettuce? Yum!). Before putting this mix into the bin, add a bit of water to prevent any moisture from being absorbed by the mix from the existing bedding. Bon Appetit!