Hello, Raincouver, it’s been so nice to have you back, even if it’s only for a week.
The current issue of Ricardo Magazine has a fistful of banana bread recipes and I have a cupboard full of the Piña Colada jam I made a few months ago from Preservation Society Home Preserves. Add two very ripe bananas and my jammy hack of Ricardo’s Tropical Banana Bread was born. There’s only half a loaf left. (Yes, I had some help.) Bonus: I freed up some jars to fill with Preservation Society Bluebarb Jam and I still have lots of Piña Colada jam left for other experiments (and toast).
Quiche + Potlucks is my formula for building community. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as bringing home an empty tray, after an evening of conversation and sampling terrific dishes.
My parents’ backyard is full of flowers and vegetables – a pollinator’s paradise. Luckily for me, our extended family, and a number of their friends, they grow far more than they can eat. Cucumbers, beets (both root and greens), carrots, potatoes, and beans are only some of vegetables they’ve been sharing this week.
3 thoughts on “My Week in Photos”
Love all your photos, Teresa! The first one is gorgeous! My garden has also been producing way more than we can eat. I have been giving away quite a bit. My cucumbers have just exploded this year.
That banana bread is mouthwatering!
I enjoyed the look into your week 🙂
That banana bread sounds pretty dangerous!
Rainy Vancouver looks perfectly scenic!