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gluten-free baking, movies

so today i experimented with making banana bread without wheat. the recipe called for brown rice flour, agave, quinoa flour and arrowroot. after hunting down those ingredients at wheatville's co-op member appreciation day, i made the bread. the result: i loved the texture, it was crumbly and soft like bread should be, but i messed up.. since i used bananas that weren't ripe. i know i know, should've used old soggy bananas.. where are brown bananas when you need em?

anyways, i think i'll experiment some more. that was promising.

i saw "there will be blood" movie at the drafthouse. found it boring. there were some awesome psychologically crazy moments, but a lot of it was boring. that said: if you're into drama, "serious" art and such.. you will like this movie. andy did.
i also saw "27 dresses" with my roommate. and i enjoyed it. it wasn't great, but it was enjoyable, i'll watch it over "there will be blood" anyday.
i know this means i lose intellectual snob points. that's ok.

tonight i'm planning to go to kaci's birthday party!


Jan. 21st, 2008 01:21 am (UTC)
where are brown bananas when you need em?
There in the bottom of my freezer! I love banana bread and I probably bake banana bread about once every other week (when I'm not in China of course). After bananas get ripe, I peel them and put them in freezer bags. It works really well. And you don't have to worry about timing.
Jan. 21st, 2008 04:42 am (UTC)
that's a good idea! i usually throw them away.. but not in the future!