Helllllllllo. I'm a junior in high school who loves food. making food, eating food, taking pictures of food and anything to do with food =P. but mostly baking for the people I love. This is my attempt to record my life and track my journey to opening my own bakery. enjoy (:
I WILL BE BACKKKKKK
in 15 days.
i made peach crumb bars today. they didn’t really turn out well
1/4th of summer is gone. i’m still freaking out about my new school. the people there are as different from me as i imagined, and worse, i don’t even fit in with the guys.
i’m freaking out about how im going to get everything done. how i’m going to finish my college essays, how i’m going to cram 2 years worth of history, geography,biology and environmental science into my brain. how i’m going to keep my english from dying, i don’t want to be the one left behind when everyone else leaves for college. how i’m going to keep my goal of running my first 5k by the end of august and getting that six pack to really show. how im going to keep baking, how i’m going to balance studying and m and my friends.
i still don’t know if i should go to summer school. if i go, it’ll be like starting school one month early, 8am to 5pm! i won’t have much time to write my essays and deal with college applications, i dont’ know when i’ll fit in my exercise , i won’t be able to see m much, and i dont’ think i’m ready to try to fit in with my new school yet. but on the other hand, it might help me fill in the blanks on subjects i need to learn, i might adjust better when school starts so my grades don’t drop and my transcript doesn’t die, i might get to know the teachers better so i can get a decent recommendation letter.
what do you think?
anyways, banana bread i made before i left for taiwan 2 weeks ago. ( i am now back :D)
Banana Bread - allrecipes.com
2 cups all-purpose flour
1.preheat oven to 175°C. melt butter in the oven ( or you can melt it before hand in a microwave)
2. mash bananas. be sure to be thorough because if there are too many chunks the bread will turn out too moist and squishy.
3. combine flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. set aside
4. combine melted butter and brown sugar. then mix in eggs one at a time. combine with mashed bananas.
5. mix they dry ingredients in until just combined. dont’ over mix or your bread will be chewy!
6. bake for 55-60 minutes.
3. comebine all dry ingredients (