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The Yarn Will Go Where Your Heart Takes It

A year ago — or maybe it was two years… I can’t remember — I took a day trip to an event for my husband’s work. 765 more words

Knitting

Bannock on a Stick

I just finished writing out this simple bannock recipe for a friend at thefanhitch.org.  Bannock is a blanket term for simple, often unleavened, bread.  It can be cooked in a dutch oven, over a fire in a fry pan, in a modern oven, tossed directly into a hot bed of coals, or in this case, wrapped like a playdough snake around a stick and baked over an open fire. 712 more words

Bushcraft.

Native Delights; Brand New Restaurant Aboriginal Cuisine

Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there was a man with a dream… A dream to make Bannock, not war! Fast forward to three years into the future, and this young man is well on the way with the opening of his new restaurant. 547 more words

Casual Dining

To Build a Fire

One of the pleasures of my life is to build a fire. The most badass of all for me is a good bonfire. I appreciate the brush that is layered up over a year or two to create a pile much taller than I. 554 more words

Canadian

Inuit Fried Bannock

I must apologize for not being around lately. As I mentioned a while back, I re-injured my knee and had to get surgery. Unfortunately, I wasn’t very diligent with doing my post-op exercises and now I need physiotherapy :( I still haven’t been cooking much. 235 more words

Appetizers

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

What did we eat before baguettes, toasties and Panini?

Dumfries, in common with most Scottish towns, has a particular lunch time snack – the toasted Panini.  First referenced in a 16th Century Italian cookbook,  858 more words