Easier said than done but worth trying. In these corona times, I am focusing on the concept of feeding.
Literally, cooking good food but also feeding my connections and my dreams in the time I have left as I don’t need to commute for work and cannot leave the house for social purposes (as everyone else!
I am taking it easy and not putting so much pressure on me. A few small things that I managed to do:
✅ After a long time, I made a banana cake, which tasted delicious. Baking is not my forte but I got it right!
✅ I bought houseplant food online and they are loving it.
✅ I have been feeding my friendships, the ones who live close by and the beloved ones around the world.
✅ I have been feeding my role as a daughter checking on my parents more frequently.
✅ I am also putting some baking pow(d)er on my personal projects and dreams (I promise I won’t make any lives here, we’ve got enough of them!)
All that you feed grows. What have you been feeding?
3 medium bananas (about 225g/8oz peeled)
3 large eggs
275g plain flour
1 tablespoon grounded spices (nutmeg, cinnamon or whatever you prefer)
1 tablespoon baking powder
Pre-heat the oven to 180C. Butter the tray.
Peel bananas and make a purée with a fork. In a bowl, add eggs, sugar and oil and mix it well.
Add flour, spices and baking powder and mix it well.
Pour the mix into the tray.
Bake for about 40 minutes.