Did I tell y'all our "big" computer broke? I have had my "little" netbook all week... so I have had no access to tons of stuff. Wah. I also have had a stack of bananas from the yard and fed the kids, the turtles, the lizards and still have more to go. Which reminded me of when I worked in a raw bar-that was part of a restaurant built on the back porch of a house that was built in the 1800'some of my jobs was doing appetizers, salads and desserts. I used to have to shuck dozens of oysters, devein tons of shrimp, bake rolls and muffins..and. the leftovers at the end of the night went out feed the assorted fish in the intra coastal.Oh yes... the banana cake- aw that was so good. So I am trying to recreate the cake by memory today. We'll see how it goes. It wasn't overly banana-y not at all like a banana bread, and it was a nice caramel color and the frosting was a light cream cheese-fluffy though..not heavy. Hmmm, I hope I can do it! Ok! GIVEAWAY! Thanks to your suggestion 5th sister I was able to contact 2 of the 3 winners. (thanks!) This weeks contest holds another question to answer and a deadline for claiming prize! Here's the scoop:
Question #1 Should I keep the name "The Domestic Mama" for the new site or change it to "The Village Cook"? I own both domains...I just don't want to confuse my readers!
Question#2 What is your favorite regional cuisine? I am going to be doing regional segments because we have so many ethnicity's here and I'd like to know your input!
Two winners will be chosen , the deadline for entry is 12am Thursday, Sept 24th
*IF YOU ARE A WINNER, YOU MUST EMAIL ME BY MONDAY SEPT. 28th *
winners will be chosen at random by each entry being assigned a number and 2 numbers drawn out of a bag by a kid. (either mine or the ones across the street!)
The prizes? A goody box that includes a cookbook, a personalized magnet, and a few unique food items that you probably can't find unless ya live in south Florida! (no, it's not anything perishable-post office wouldn't go for that!) Good luck guys!