Cooking American Style

One of the great things about living where I live is meeting other expat wives in the area.

Last Tuesday, I had 2 French, 1 Estonian, and 1 Slovakian friend come over to my house for a cooking lesson and I showed them how to cook banana bread and banana cream pie.  I have made banana bread a couple of different times for events here and everyone goes crazy eating it and I have been asked for the recipe so I thought I would share with them how to make it.

Which according to the Estonian husband the following day when I saw him, the banana cream pie was a hit as he only ate one piece(1/2 the pie)!  The Slovakian friend, her daughter (5-year-old) ate the whole loaf in one setting and she was going to make it as a welcome home treat for husband who has been gone for 2 weeks.  One of the French ladies her daughters now look for the worse bananas at the store just so they can make banana bread.

So here is how we spent this month’s cooking lesson!

Making banana bread.

You can never add too many bananas.

 Pudding is cooked now time for it to cool before we put it in the pie crust.

How long do we have to wait?

Woo Hoo the pudding is cool, time to make a banana cream pie!

That pie looks great!

 Someone I think likes the pudding!!


I have to host cooking lessons again in 3 months, what do you think I should teach them to cook?

love kelley
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4 Responses to Cooking American Style

  1. That is so neat that you guys get together like that and teach each other to cook different dishes :) What an eclectic mix of food and people!
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  2. Judy Bradley says:

    Gee I thought you were going to post the banana bread recipe!

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