My darling Juniper Junior was desperate to bake and I had bananas in desperate need of being used. And so I found myself in the sweltering 21°C heat with the tumble dryer tumbling and the oven on, too, just for good measure. To say the least, it’s hot in here. Read More Banana Muffins!
A disclaimer ““ these aren’t muffins so much as just hyper-portable cornbread. Regular cornbread can be trucked around, but when you don’t want to be weighed down, or when you have limited pocket/bag space, these hyper-portable cornbreads are just the thing. I am certain that cornbread muffins that are legitimately muffins are also delicious, but these are the ones you want to eat with cornbread. Read More Recipe Review: Cornbread Muffins
Where to begin? I feel like there should be a punch line around here somewhere. Support for carers is an interesting one, for a couple of reasons in particular. One is that whatever support there is for the person being cared for (with the dear hope that there is some), there is usually only a fraction for the carer. The other is the hierarchy in support concerning carers of people with physical issues and carers of people with psychiatric issues, or rather, an attitude of some that there should be a hierarchy. Read More Caregiving: Support
Instead of the banana blondie post I promised (which will happen at some point, I promise), something a little different. Last Friday, I had the opportunity to buy two pounds of fresh strawberries for two euros. Read More Baking with the Dixie Chicks: “The Heartache’s on Me” Strawberry Muffins
Happy Monday, everyone! How were your weekends? I spent the whole weekend subsisting almost entirely on Cadbury Creme Eggs, so that’s what this Daily Goodie is devoted to!