The banana plants were covered with a sheet of reeds and bamboo to stop harsh winds or heavy snow from reaching them, covered on top with an old linen sack.
When we returned from our short break mid afternoon this Easter Monday, the thermometer reported a glorious 17 Celsius in the shade, and the bananas had lifted their protective covers up by more than a foot. A clear sign that they thought enough is enough.
- The Southern Chocolatier – What could be better than a banana? Why, a banana dipped in chocolate! (mylifeonestoryatatime.com)
- Banana-Chocolate Crepes with Toasted Hazelnuts (williams-sonoma.com)
- ‘Why Banana Skins Are Slippery’ Wins IgNobel (science.slashdot.org)
- Banana Ice Cream (annesfood.blogspot.com)