Yes, we have no bananas
...because I turned the bananas into banana bread! Sometimes baking offers much more immediate satisfaction than knitting does.
I was never particularly fond of banana bread until I tried the recipe from King Arthur Flour's Baker's Companion. If you like to bake and don't own this book, do yourself a favor and obtain a copy. This bread (who are we kidding? it's cake) is incredibly moist and flavorful. And easy!
I found a copy of the recipe here, but pay no attention to the comment that it only works well with sour cream. I make mine with buttermilk—powdered buttermilk, at that—and it turns out perfectly every time. Make sure to use "true" cinnamon (as opposed to the cassia cinnamon generally available in American supermarkets) so that the cinnamon flavor doesn't dominate. For me, banana bread should be more about nutmeg than cinnamon.