We take pictures of each other a lot but we have very few pictures of us together. Thank you Leslie Liu for these photos. Capturing us in these unguarded moments, when we are most natural. 我們很少有兩人出現在同一個鏡頭的照片。好喜歡這兩張照片，都不知道被拍所以這麼自然。
There are various theories to this whodunit happening every day in my edible garden. Could it be the larvae of a type of moth? Snails? Birds? I think it might be birds because the plants were devoured from the top.
Day 4 morning
Day 3 morning Day 2 morning
Last night we decided to play detective. With the torch light of our iPhones, we found the culprit. Not a bird. Not a moth. Not a rat. It is the most common creature in the garden, the snails!
Turns out the cure is really simple. These pellets are called 苦茶粕, the pulp of Camelia tea seeds after the oil is pressed. Snails hate them.
( Self raising flour = I cup all purpose + 2 teaspoon baking powder + 0.25 teaspoon fine salt )
1 . Melt the butter, sugar and vanilla in a medium sized saucepan.
2 . Remove from heat.
3 . Add mashed bananas and stir through until just blended.
4 . Add eggs and mix in well. Stir in flour, add milk and mix lightly.
5 . Bake at 170C for approximately 40 minutes.