Anyone for Banana Bread?
#2 Son has been baking again.
In the middle of the night.
Really, he starts around 11pm. He fixes himself something to eat, then often bakes banana bread.
He is only half hearted about cleaning it up, though, which i'm working on. If he leaves it for me, i either wake him much earlier than he wants so he can clean it, or he has to pay me.
Why does he start so late? Well, i'm not sure. They attend a private school that only meets in the afternoons, so maybe the fact that he can sleep in and still do homework and go to school, plus his own night owl tendencies, inherited from his father, have something to do with it.
Also having to do with baking it, though not the timing, is the fact that i buy the overripe bananas very cheap at the local Mom & Pop shop across the highway.
No matter the reason, it makes me wonder if he should become a short order cook on graveyard shift.
Meanwhile, if you like it with lots of nutmeg, we have Banana Bread.
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