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  1. leaf (the indolent cook)

    They look fantastic. I have indeed tasted some magical things and as you say, even if the actual sensations are fuzzy in my mind, the memory remains.

  2. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Would it be crazy if PB was peanut butter? Come on, you know you want to.

  3. whisperinggums

    What a great post, Hannah. I love this. You are inspired. x

  4. Hotly Spiced

    I will give these the thumbs up. What a funny story! I love how you lost the second half of the recipe. However, it looks like your memory or your intuitive skills served you well and your ‘creation’ is a big success xx

  5. Johanna GGG

    wise words on memory – I forget so much and wonder why I remember the wrong things – but at least my blog does lots of remembering for me – and maybe the half remembering on this post will lead you to recreate these for us down the track

  6. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I trust you. But I need verification. You’re going to have to work out that recipe and bring me a batch. ;)

  7. Shenandoah Vegan

    There are things that hold the fabric of society together. Personal responsibility and what not. Seriously. You will recreate the recipe and post it in due time like a responsible citizen of the world.

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Thank goodness I’m not the only one that does this. I have progressed to having a notebook in the kitchen so I can write down recipes, but I still have a foolish belief in my memory and think that if I abbreviate, I’ll remember later. As you know – no. It’s worse when the lost recipe is for something as good as these sound/look though!

  9. Lou

    I love raisins (the squidgier the better) and I love how you garnished your photos with those little helicopter-seed-pod things. They are fun to throw – and I bet these bars are FUN to eat. Yes yes.

  10. Theresa

    Damn! I opened this, thinking “I’ve been looking for a great granola bar recipe” but alas! Ah well, I completely understand. We often diverge wildly from recipes, think it’s the best and then can never replicate.

  11. chillcat

    I trust, I trust. But even WITH a recipe my peanut butter brownies turn out different every time!

  12. Sarah

    Um, amazing look granola bars! WANT.

    I do the same thing too – make changes to a recipe (or make one up) and think “yes yes I’ll remember that”… and years later I remember the taste, but not the steps I took to get there!

  13. hungryandfrozen

    Raisins, huh? My eyes have literally narrowed suspiciously as I type! But if anyone can get me to like them, it’s probably you with your trustworthy granola bars.

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