banana sauce

August 4, 2008 at 9:27 pm Leave a comment

Banana sauce? As a replacement for ketchup? Are you kidding me? No, I’m not kidding you. Two days ago, I had never even heard of banana sauce. But now that the word is out about Jackson’s allergies, I’m getting tips from several different sources and one lady told me all about it. So of course I had to visit the Asian Market to pick up some banana sauce while buying oodles of rice noodles.

Since we’ve been keeping ketchup and all other tomato products away from Jackson all summer, Ranch dressing has become his friend. He loves it on his burgers and noodles. But now I’ve had to make his dressing disappear because of his egg and dairy allergy.

When I brought home this red sauce, complements of FD&C red #40, Todd was intrigued and opened the bottle. He said it was sweet. Mary wanted some too, so I put a little bit on a spoon for her. “Mmm,” she said.  I don’t know yet if Jackson likes it.

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deal of the week #6 cooking for Jackson, day 6

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