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bananatrees

Banana Trees near our farm.

bananapancakes

Banana Pancakes made from Hawaiian bananas.

Thankyou to those who participated in the contest last week. John and Patty are the winners and need to email me with their address at  [email protected]. It will probably take me another week to check my email though, so be patient. I wanted to let you know that I received the messages that the donate button wasn’t working on my site to help me get me back on the internet. If you wish to donate the button is working now. You can find the button at the top of the page at: http://www.northwestsourdough.com/recipes.html

Sorry that this isn’t a larger post, I will let you know what is going on with my next post, have fun baking, Teresa

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6 Comments

  1. Patty Patty
    August 4, 2009    

    Hi Teresa!

    I received my macadamias a couple of days ago–thank you! They’re air-drying, per your instructions. We look forward to enjoying them soon. Thank you again…Patty

    • August 26, 2009    

      Hi Patty, glad the arrived. Raw Mac nuts are a bit like a coconut, at least I think so! Enjoy! Teresa

  2. July 28, 2009    

    Hi Teresa,
    Sounds like things are fine – Good! But I hope that stuff growing up the bananas isn’t Kudzu!
    john

  3. Allen your brother in CA Allen your brother in CA
    July 23, 2009    

    Hi Sis panacakes look good, bet they tasted good.
    How are things in the nut business, are you liking camping in Hawaii, got to be better than any place else you’ve camped over the years!!!
    We’ll just thinking of you…..
    Love you Allen

    • August 26, 2009    

      Hi brother! Yes they tasted great! Still having fun in Hawaii. I love the warm ponds the most, can go swimming in water warmed by volcano heat! Love you too, yor sis

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