When my husband and I were in Tallahassee, his cousin took us to an Asian store where I found these green bananas. These are the kinds of bananas that best for cooking, and that I can't find it anywhere. I bought 8 of them, with the thought of splitting them in half. The first half will be for boiling while still green, while the other half will be for frying it ripe. And I did... well, on the first half though.
When I was talking to my best friend, Ann, via Skype, she showed me that she was eating boiled green bananas, and I told her that I got those , too. She suggested that I should prepare a raw fish to eat with it (it used to be one of our favorite dishes when I was still there in the Philippines), and I said, "Oh yeah, that's a good idea!" Right on the following day, I went to Pacific Seafood (my favorite place when it comes to fresh seafoods). I was not sure what kind of fish to buy. I saw Sea Bass, but was told that they were frozen, not fresh; and so I settled with Salmon.
I never did this before, but I have the best teacher when it comes to coooking, and that is my best friend, Ann. I was so happy on how it turned out, that even my husband liked it, and actually ate with me with the banana. That was an awesome dinner.
Oh, I am so thankful to God that this is possible here.