March 22, 2013 by Kriscinda Lee Everitt
Last week, Old World Garden Farms posted this nice-looking recipe for wheaty-oaty nanner muffins (follow the link for the recipe). I was in the mood for something sweet-ish, and I saw that we had everything we needed (minus the honey, which Big A was kind enough to go get), so I thought I’d give them a go.
Now, you might notice that their pictures look very different. I chalk that up to different rolled oat-grinding techniques. They used a food processor; I used a coffee grinder (which produced a finer powder). I think next time I’ll grind 3/4 of the cup used, and then just add the remaining quarter-cup as is, just for some texture. Maybe sprinkle some on top. Whatever the case, I’m definitely adding walnuts or something. Otherwise, plain as they are, they were very tasty. We had a few, and then we delivered some to the neighbors (the good neighbors, not the bad neighbors). Even had some left over the next day to give to a visiting friend. It’s nice to be able to do that now and then.
And here’s a matching recipe of METAL: Canada’s Excavator with “Evil Oats,” “Rotted Wheat” by NY’s Yellow Eyes, Spain’s Obsidian Kingdom‘s “Cinnamon Balls,” Florida’s Assück with “Salt Mine,” and (fuck yeah) “Honey Bucket” by the Melvins.
\m/ TASTY. \m/