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Bannock Ghost Town Door Series

Bannock, Montana

Here is a fun old ghost town that was founded in 1862 for gold mining. It was completely abandoned by the 1970’s. Here is a series of photos of antique doors.

Photography

Bannock Song

“Gookum” is what the Native People call their Gramma or Nana in Northern Ontario. I grew up in a Caucasian family and was used to word Nana. 201 more words

Music Videos

Camp Food - Bannock Part 2

Hurray, I finally found a bannock recipe that’s a keeper.

I adapted the recipe from a bushcraft site I was on a while back. Unfortunately, I can’t find the link to that site. 259 more words

Camping

Shallow Fried Bannock

I was looking for an interesting twist on traditional hamburger buns and decided I would make bannock.

Bannock has a long history and is a quick, flat bread leavened with baking powder instead of yeast. 332 more words

Recipes

Recipe: Bannock that is "elder approved"

“I’ve always loved food, and where food was, I wasn’t far away,” says Shantel Tallow, the self-described “food mind” of Aahksoyo’p Indigenous Comfort Food, a catering business she owns with her partner (in business and in life) Paul Conley. 366 more words

Swerve

My Heart Fills With Happiness: A Review

My Heart Fills With Happiness, Monique Gray Smith & Julie Flett, 2016

The past month has presented us with some disappointing and frustrating news. Two Canadian courts handed down verdicts that re-affirmed our legacy of colonial prejudice and oppression, and Americans continue to “debate” gun control in the wake of another school tragedy. 126 more words

Book Review