Duck and a bowl of bananas
Duck and a bowl of bananas
this entire pandemic has just felt like God Has Left The Chat™
There once was monkey named Coco, many years ago… Coco was a happy monkey who lived high up in the trees, and he was born to a large troop of monkeys whom he lived with for many years. Coco and the other monkeys lived largely on bananas and leaves of many a variety, along with some other things like insects, tree nuts, and various other readily available tree fruits. Coco and the other monkeys spent many days out of the year eating, sitting in the sun, picking bugs from each others’ fur, and doing things like huddling together during rain storms to stay warm.
One day, Coco ventured far from the glen where he and the other monkeys typically congregated for their daily activities, and a great thunderstorm rolled over the vast expanse of the jungle. As it began raining, Coco decided that he had better take refuge to a large tree which was covered with vines and a dense canopy. The thunderstorm continued for hours, and it began to get dark. Coco stayed under the large tree as the thunderstorm continued, and as night fell, Coco began to grow hungry. Baboons barked on a far away hillside as the storm gained in strength. As Coco began to fall asleep, the storm continued, and the jungle grew quiet, minus the sound of the falling rain and thunder in the distance. In the middle of the night, he awoke to the sound of a thunderbolt striking the earth. The ground shook, and coconuts fell from a neighboring tree as the downpour persisted. Thoughts of the glen occupied his mind, and his stomach grumbled as he fell back asleep.
The next morning, Coco awoke to sunshine, and the sounds of the jungle filled the air. Coco was hungry, and he decided to go look for some food in the surrounding area before venturing back to the safety of the glen. After a short while, he could find nothing but leaves and coconuts in the trees, so he made his way down to the jungle floor to look for some bugs to eat. He began removing rocks and moss from under the trees and happily found some beetles and grub worms, which he began collecting for a snack. As he continued collecting bugs, a breeze moved through the trees, and coconuts fell to the ground, one of them cracking open on a rock below as Coco stood watching. Coconut milk poured out of the coconut and onto the ground, and Coco went over to the coconut and smelled it. Coco’s stomach grumbled as he investigated the contents inside the shell. The coconut smelled fragrant and sweet, and some of the milk was still inside, so Coco picked it up and drank some of the milk. It was delicious! So, Coco decided to try some of the rest of the coconut, which was just as good, so he ate the entire thing. After finishing his meal, once again, Coco began to fall asleep, this time enjoying the warmth of the afternoon sun and the beauty of the jungle. Birds sang, insects buzzed, and a breeze moved through the trees. A short time later, Coco woke from his nap, and he decided to go home…
Last weekend I made this French toast! They had challah bread at my grocery store (a surprise) so I had to buy it! This French toast was the perfect vessel for bananas foster. Delicious!
Anybody else not clip their nails at night because it’s considered bad luck
Model - Jacob Morton
Nationality - American (Norwegian/Italian)
Height - 6'2
Agencies - Bananas (Paris) Why Not (Milan) Next (London)
Notable Work - Vogue Hommes SS 2012 Editorial
Bananas are loaded with potassium and antioxidants. Add some chocolate and sprinkles and you have a delicious snack.
2 or more ripe and firm bananas, peeled and cut in half
Container of Chocolate Shell Topping
Sprinkles, finely chopped pecans, walnuts or coconut (optional)
Line a sturdy surface or baking sheet with parchment paper.
Cut the bananas in half and insert a Popsicle stick into each half. Place them on the sheet and freeze for 15 minutes.
Remove the banana halves and pour the chocolate shell over the banana over a shallow bowl. You can also scoop up the excess chocolate shell with a spoon and pour it over the bananas. Then quickly sprinkle with the topping of your choice or use none at all. You will need to use the sprinkles right away before the shell hardens.
Freeze until the chocolate sets. Serve right away or freeze in an airtight container.
Popsicle sticks are available in craft stores or the craft section of large stores.
For the Fourth of July you can cover the bananas with red, white and blue sprinkles. You can use different colored sprinkles depending on the holiday and what you have on hand if you want.
Screw it, smoothie recipe!
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i think the only thing that would give me peace at death is knowing that there will still be life after i’m gone,, if i’m ever a part of the Apocalypse™ just k*ll me on sight i don’t wanna deal with the existentialism of it all,
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“In the future, every banana will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” — Andy Warhol