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  • my okay.

  • Oh, in my life.

  • Is it working?

  • I can't see myself yet.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • Hi.

  • Okay, so there's, like, a split second delay.

  • Um Hey, kids, Uh, thanks for joining me.

  • Seems weird to tell you who I am cause I figure that you probably know, um, is everybody Can you hear me?

  • Is this working?

  • Okay.

  • Hi, Thomas.

  • Hi, Byron.

  • Um, I seems like it's working.

  • Okay, I'm gonna start.

  • All right.

  • Hi.

  • How's everybody doing?

  • How are you doing?

  • What's going on, Dudes?

  • Um, we're actually doing really well, considering this is just like a such a bizarro time that we live in all of a sudden.

  • And I'm gonna share with you a recipe that I've been making.

  • Ah, little too often.

  • According Thio my But, uh, it's a it's vegan.

  • Which before everyone's like vegan food sucks A it doesn't.

  • And B, there's so many people that don't have eggs or butter or milk right now.

  • And I know that cake seems like a little luxurious.

  • It's a little Marie Antoinette ish Evans.

  • Ready?

  • Uh, but I do think that it makes you feel like things are kind of normal.

  • And if you have a kid at home.

  • Baking projects are a great way to pass the time.

  • Isn't that right, Chef?

  • Baby, look at this guy.

  • He's 5.5.

  • He's not even a baby.

  • Okay, so this is a banana cake that I have these two very gnarly bananas that flint he's gonna mash up for me, right?

  • Okay.

  • Good.

  • And I've got, um my dry ingredients.

  • You're great at mashing up stuff.

  • What you talking about?

  • I've got my dry ingredients here.

  • I've got two cups of flour.

  • I used a white whole wheat flour like a holy pastry flour because I'm running low on regular white flower.

  • A machine up.

  • My man is a that we're going.

  • Sure.

  • I've got sugar.

  • I've got a 3/4 of a cup of sugar.

  • Um, I used mostly brown sugar because that's again what I had.

  • We are kind of running low on a lot of stuff, but it's fine.

  • It'll work.

  • And spices, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice.

  • You could use pumpkin pie spice if you just have that sitting around and salt and baking soda baking powder.

  • And I put a just posted the rescue to my website, and I put a link in the little chat thing over here.

  • So I think you should be able to see that on your pooter on your computer.

  • And I'm gonna put this all in here.

  • I should have just started with it in here and saved myself a bowl, but I never claimed I was a genius.

  • Okay, wait here.

  • You consider it, but used the whisk spatula.

  • There you go.

  • Okay.

  • And then I got these, like, rodeo bananas that I've been hanging on to because, like, very quickly.

  • So Chris and I like it's been three weeks now for us that we, like, did our self imposed isolation, which, honestly, has been a piece of cake for me.

  • Compared to most people, I think because we already worked from home and I like to stay home all the time.

  • Anyway, I this is made me realize that I am a very serious home body, and actually don't ever need to leave my house.

  • You want to taste that dry flour mix?

  • Well, when it's done, yeah, you can try it because there's no raw eggs in it.

  • So I've got these two bananas.

  • Oh, but what I was saying is like growing up.

  • We were pretty poor, like food stamps and stuff.

  • And so I looked.

  • When I was growing up, we learned very much like never, ever waste food.

  • And then I got kind of lazy with it as I got older and I have more money.

  • But like, so quickly, I was like, Okay, there's one bite of yogurt left, and we're gonna stick that in the fridge.

  • I'm not gonna waste that.

  • So anyway, I've been holding onto these bananas.

  • Not that I ever honestly, overripe bananas.

  • I always save those.

  • Either peel them and freeze them for smoothies or something.

  • Or a tournament of banana bread like this.

  • But, um, it was just interesting.

  • I noticed, like, a mental shift very quickly until, like, austerity mode like, we gotta save everything.

  • Um, okay, I'm going to mix it up.

  • And if you don't have whoops, sorry.

  • If you don't have bananas, though, you could use applesauce or probably canned pumpkin would work.

  • I haven't tried it.

  • I haven't tried applesauce either, but because we have had a lot of bananas around, you gotta use those muscles.

  • Dude.

  • Here, stand up.

  • Stand up.

  • Taller seeking.

  • Get more leverage.

  • I'm judging my base.

  • Ah, Sorry.

  • Okay, Steve.

  • Huh?

  • Now, really?

  • Ram it.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Use both hands.

  • Oh, you're all done.

  • Okay.

  • Are you distracted by watching your own face in the computer there?

  • Um Okay.

  • So got about half a cup here of mashed up banana.

  • I'm trying to think of anything else you could use.

  • Um, I don't know.

  • Way already added cinnamon, but we are gonna add vanilla.

  • You right, son?

  • A lot.

  • A lot.

  • A lot.

  • A lot of vanilla.

  • Okay, I'm gonna add some oil.

  • Some sort of neutral oil.

  • I mean, I'm using Sattler oil.

  • Canola oil, light olive oil.

  • Uh, you could probably use coconut oil.

  • It would taste coconut here, but I think I would be less shells.

  • Okay, let me get down here.

  • Measure this, right?

  • You know what?

  • Probably not really measured, right.

  • Don't care.

  • I think it'll still work.

  • I think this will be a fun test so that I'm gonna add some vinegar.

  • And this helps with the rising.

  • Similar to if you were using buttermilk.

  • And now I have made this before using like a hemp milk, which I actually have.

  • You could use any kind of non dairy analogy Could use canned coconut milk.

  • Okay, hold on.

  • Yeah, you can start.

  • You could use, um, regular milk if you have it.

  • And you're not even, uh I'm gonna I was thinking, though, that right now I might try this with water and see what happens and see if there's a noticeable difference in the deliciousness or the texture.

  • Just for those of you out there who may desperately need cake but don't have any sort of fake milk product or milk product.

  • So I'm gonna take one for the team and put in some water.

  • But I forget how much water I need to check my own bang recipe.

  • What the heck?

  • Okay, 3/4 of a okay, tap water, and then we're gonna add the vanilla.

  • Hey, Flynn, it's your It's your moment to shine, my love one.

  • Oh, shoot.

  • Sorry.

  • Here.

  • You put it in such a terrible person, huh?

  • I said you could do it, and then I totally forgot to let you do it.

  • Oh, all right.

  • Now, you gonna start up gently not to slosh it out Everywhere, please.

  • Right.

  • Right.

  • Or am I gonna stir it?

  • Who's stirring it.

  • Well, okay.

  • Go.

  • Wow.

  • Good job for my case.

  • Yes, it does.

  • Okay.

  • No, this does not taste good yet because all the sugars and the other container container, I mean bowl Jesus lowered.

  • What kind of cooking show is this?

  • Okay.

  • All right, now.

  • Oh, what?

  • We lost some of our dry ingredients there, buddy.

  • Well, does it smell delicious?

  • Has a smell.

  • Give it a sniff.

  • There's a smell.

  • Delicious.

  • Okay, then we still have to add chocolate chips.

  • What?

  • There's chocolate chips, hickey.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't know.

  • I like to make voices.

  • You like to make voices, too, when you talk to your animal friends.

  • Okay, so we're gonna have some chocolate chips.

  • You want to put these in?

  • Normally, I would add number.

  • Well, we don't want to match the chocolate doing normally.

  • I would add, like a cup of chocolate chips.

  • I think there's probably about 1/4 cup here, but I think we're out.

  • Yeah, Your worst nightmare has just come true.

  • Did okay, get out of there.

  • This whisk didn't do me any service.

  • Okay?

  • I'm going to start up.

  • Okay?

  • You start, But you're much okay.

  • I'll stir it.

  • Oh, you want to start, but you want to stand down there?

  • Okay, kids, man.

  • All right.

  • Okay.

  • I'm gonna grease my baking sheet.

  • You can taste it.

  • Yeah, to stick your finger in there.

  • We all washed our hands thoroughly for 20 seconds.

  • And also none of us are sick.

  • And we haven't really left the house in three weeks, so we're probably fine.

  • How is it?

  • Um, wait, were we were we were really good.

  • You heard it here first.

  • Folks just wait till I've put it in the pan.

  • So I'm gonna grease my little dish here, and I don't know about you, but my hands have been turning into cracked little old lady hands with all this hand washing that we've been doing.

  • So I'm actually pretty excited about getting some good old fashioned safflower oil rubbed in to my crackling flesh.

  • But I will say that my rings have never been sparkle.

  • You're with all the washing.

  • Although I don't know that That sort of thinking like maybe we're supposed to take your rings off every time you wash, cause I don't know whatever.

  • We're just going to not go out into public so far along you're talking into the microphone.

  • Okay, so we're gonna pour this in here.

  • Lookee there.

  • Lookie there.

  • Yo.

  • So this ends up being kind of a slightly banana ish spice cake with some chocolate she ups, I think you could add some nuts to it.

  • Okay.

  • And then are you all getting your questions ready?

  • Because I'm gonna put this in the oven, And then while it cooks, I can answer your questions about, Like, what?

  • To cook with the food that you have in your pantry.

  • Like some ideas for how to make stuff out of stuff that you already have.

  • That was just two ways of saying the same thing.

  • Well, spread it out just a little, okay?

  • Can you keep the show going while I put this in the oven?

  • Son, I'm counting on you.

  • Yeah, I don't know.

  • You don't like because do that.

  • I let my kid do it.

  • He's about to do it.

  • Okay.

  • Um, hold on.

  • I got a greasy hand here.

  • Okay.

  • So cool.

  • Now we can, like, answer questions.

  • Let's see.

  • Let's see if I got any good cues here.

  • Oh, I should set timer for 30 minutes.

  • Oh, I wonder If somebody else could do that for me, I think that's Yeah, 30 minutes.

  • Okay, so 11.

  • 45 ish.

  • All right, let's see if you've got any questions.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • I never heard Ah, Byron says I remind him of Kimmy Gobbler from Full House, which I actually I thought Kimmy was very cool, So thank you.

  • Um, okay, I'm seeing lots of hello questions.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • Peaky has been surviving on beer and pork Rhines.

  • Thank you.

  • I mean, that sounds delicious.

  • Don't get me wrong.

  • Um Oh, corn pudding.

  • That sounds good.

  • Oh, um, So you did get a few questions.

  • I posted this Facebook yesterday, which I have not been on Facebook like hardly at all in a well over a year.