But bananas go nasty at varying rates, so sometimes we will buy a bunch and he'll eat them all before they go south, and sometimes we'll buy a bunch and end up with five brown bananas.
I already have the banana bread recipe I want -- my grandmother's, and it's awesome -- and I already have ksumnersmith's addictive banana chocolate chip muffins -- and I already have a recipe for banana bars with pecans in. Any other suggestions?
I'm willing to just keep making up loaves of banana bread -- other people seem willing to take them home, and we have a chest freezer in the basement for storage purposes, and anyway banana bread is one of the things that makes the world go. (I am absolutely not kidding about the last part. Society holds together as much as it does in part because of people giving each other banana bread in tough times.) But if anybody has any alternate uses for bananas that have started to go brown, I'd really appreciate it.
Edited to add: While other ideas for potassium-rich food are welcome, we've already looked into that, and have concluded that we need to do that in addition to keeping a supply of bananas in the house, not instead of. It's great if he gets a little more potassium from, say, baked yams, or blueberries. But it's a lot easier for him to just keep track of whether he's eaten bananas than to try to calculate how much was in the potato salad and whether there was any in the asparagus or whether that's artichokes and so on.