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Food truck festival 

this past weekend was a food truck festival. I was getting pretty huffy as mom said I couldn’t come 😔 Not fair! I always get left out of the good things. 82 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

The Other Bread

To follow up the post on the ever popular fry bread, it is important to know there are other breads that are seen as traditional for American Indian Tribes.    419 more words

Traditional Foods

Pedals and Paddles

We spent a lot of time outside this weekend which was awesome. Byron and I can both have couch potato tendencies but we swore up and down that this summer we’ll take advantage of all the sun we can get. 612 more words

Northwestern Ontario

Summer's here ... and bannock begging season begins

Across the street from Lil’wat Gas and Snacks stands an unassuming little structure with a lemon painted on the front and a sign on the top which reads bannock. 319 more words

My Indian Summer - 1 - The First Helping

Just after midnight, on the eve of the summer solstice and National Aboriginal Day, I was walking home after a sweet night out listening to local music.  1,114 more words


The term “bannock” originated from the Gaelic bannach, meaning simply “cake.”  Originally, they were simple, quick-to-prepare flat-breads made up of water and meal (either barley or oat) and cooked on a griddle before being cut into wedges.  291 more words

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