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Zantoon Trifle

Saskatoon Berry Soup on Bannock

…makes Zantoon Trifle!

an Invented Name

One of the  women at the Cree language lesson I attended – where I got to eat this amazingly delicious dessert – invented the word Zantoon as I was photographing the food.   745 more words

Alison Boston

Making Bannock

Here’s a video I made in collaboration with the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto. The resident bannock maker share’s some very touching memories. Enjoy

First Nations

Fry Bread.

Growing up in a very small Cree community has meant I’ve been exposed to some foods that are not necessarily common place. Case in point? … 438 more words

Ethnic Baking

Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from my corner of the world to you!

This is one of my favorite days of the year.  Although I can claim no Irish blood, I have had a love for the country, history and people since I was a young girl. 147 more words

It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s…Superweiner!

By day, this sausage is a mild-mannered Toronto Star reporter, but during Winterlicious, he puts on a cape and tights and becomes Superweiner!

OK, what we’ve got here is a jalapeno cheese-curd smokie, topped with some English-style South Asian pickled vegetables, and a side of goofy oversized crackers. 165 more words

Hogtown Eats

Tips from Kevin Callan, the Happy Camper, on finding balance on your next camping adventure

This week, I caught up with Kevin Callan, the Happy Camper, and we talked about the notion of happy camping and why we prefer to be comfortable and happy while out in the woods. 1,005 more words


How to Make & Cook Bannock - Out In the Field


A bannock is a small, flat loaf of bread risen by a leavening agent, most often a chemical one, although yeasty bannocks are sometimes baked, as in a sourdough recipe.   640 more words

Wawang Lake Resort