7 comments on “Banana Split ala Alaska Bush

  1. OMG–beyond crazy! I haven’t had hot fudge since the last fundraiser at Big Spoon Yogurt at the shop closest to home (Sutterville & Freeport). Squash pie filling had never entered my mind, and, now–how can it ever leave my thoughts? I love pumpkin and squash in all of their many forms., including ice cream, soup, pasta, pie, ice cream, raviolis, soup, etc., etc.

    In fact, we were in Hawaii over Thanksgiving, and we missed pumpkin pie there (although I experimented with kava tea, which is another story altogether).

    Today I had a nice beef stew at 524 (on 12th St), which was delicious–I ate all of the carrots and celery, and half of the beef/broth/rest. My son, Connor, had carnitas. After the chips/salsa, soup, and carnitas, we were more than full, so we could not experiment with potential Central American desserts.

  2. My goodness…. I better go get my bib…. I’m drooling again!! Looks so yummy and rich!

  3. Nice looking blog, Barbara. This is Doris’ son – the artist formerly known as C.J. Glad to see that you guys are living the dream. We wanted to make it up there while we were stateside. I have always found life more fulfilling with less. I hope you both are happy!! U

    • Thanks for checking in! Try to make it up here sometime…well, maybe not to the tundra. Alaska is AWESOME, in the true sense of the word. I can’t wait til summer so we can start exploring again!

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