Next rows - Repeat * (check your gauge, when you reach 4inches) Next 2 rows - Knit 2 together (right side, facing you) and Purl 2 together (wrong side) Last 3 stiches - Knit all together, Cut yarn leaving 18" tail. Thread yarn and pull up tight. Then use remaining tail of yarn to sew seam. Finish off.
Last Holy week, we were able to visit my sister's family. And it was always that my brother-in-law send us some stuff for our way back home like plants, fruits, etc. but this time he gave me some cassava and tips on how her mother make a "suman". So i think it's so simple and that kept me interested and then ask for banana leaves from his mini farm in case i've got sometime to do it. It's my hubby's favorite and that was my motivation. That was Saturday. and on Sunday, Easter Sunday, i've got my mojo to do it and here's how my version came about:
Ingredients: 3 pcs medium sized cassava = 2 cups grated cassava (balinghoy or kamoteng kahoy) 3/4 cup brown sugar banana leaves (bond size; to soften, heat both sides to open flame)
Procedure: Mix all ingredients Roll 3 tbsp of mixture and wrap in banana leaf Steam for 30 to 45 minutes.
Yield: 10 pcs cassava suman
And voila...Nice experience. Simple. Yummy. Hubs enjoyed it and finished all of them! =)
Happy Mother's Day to all the mommies in the world (in advance)!
And here's the best mom on earth...
My everdearest maderacks, Iloveyou and that remains forever no matter what happens. I want you to know that i am always here for you and you will always stay close to my heart. You're the best INAY in the world! Thank you for the love and care, friendship, wisdom, everything you shared to me. Take care always! God bless!--Love, G