Ok, so its taken me about three hours to figure out how to put a like button for Facebook on this page. I have come to the conclusion that I simply hate HTML coding, its like talking in a foreign language. Its worse than that it would be like trying to communicate with aliens, in actual fact that would probably be easier. I finally managed to find a website that explained how to do it and gave me the coding (Jump for joy). There was however one small hick-up, I had an account with facebook not a page, which who knew made all the difference.
So to those who are following my old account sorry but I will be getting rid of that just as soon as I have attempted the impossible and tried to bring the content over to the new page. The new page is a little empty at the moment, but all you have to do is click like. Over there ---------->
So..... I have no food in the fridge, well limited food in the fridge, which, to be honest is an unusually occurrence for me.
I do however have a banana which probably should have been eaten a week ago, and has turned black. One banana is not much good, so a quick rummage through the freezer, to find the other two bananas I put in there a couple of months ago. And what do we have? Banana bread I think. I haven't made it for the longest time.
I am, however out of milk, yet for some strange reason happen to have some cream in the fridge, so my fridge isn't completely empty. Oh and there is eggs and butter in there too, but even an empty fridge has these vital ingredients, doesn't it. Well mine does.
So out of nothing comes something.....
3/4 cup of brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
2 tablespoons golden syrup
3 very very old bananas, mashed
1/2 cup of cream
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pre heat the oven to 180C
Cream the butter and sugar together, add the vanilla, eggs, golden syrup, bananas and cream and stir through. Sift in the flour and baking powder into the banana mixture and stir until combined.
Pour into a lined loaf tin and bake for 45 minutes or until cooked.
The beautiful cups in these photos where generously donated to me my a good friend, Maree, thank you Maree there so beautiful, I will treasure them.