The instructions should be more like "throw into bag. Add water. Mush. Put on stick. Cook". But whatever.

The instructions should be more like "throw into bag. Add water. Mush. Put on stick. Cook". But whatever.

Bannock - Bannock, a quick biscuit–type bread, is a specialty of aboriginal cooks throughout North America, including in Nunavut.

Bannock

Bannock - Bannock, a quick biscuit–type bread, is a specialty of aboriginal cooks throughout North America, including in Nunavut.

campfire bread, baked on a stick recipe.  We used to also bring the refrigerated biscuits and then wrap them around the bottom of a stick to make a cup.  After it was cooked we would put pie filling in it!  Yummy and fun camping food.

campfire bread, baked on a stick recipe. We used to also bring the refrigerated biscuits and then wrap them around the bottom of a stick to make a cup. After it was cooked we would put pie filling in it! Yummy and fun camping food.

#3 - Make Bannock bread over a camp fire. #100Thingsin2013

#3 – Make Bannock over a camp fire

Instructible - Bushcraft Bannock Bread Mix by Capsos

Bushcraft Bannock Bread Mix

This Cinnamon Sugar Bannock is a sweetened up version of the classic bread recipe! It's ready in just 15 minutes and tastes like a cross between buttermilk biscuits and doughboys! It's great for breakfast, brunch, or as a dinner side!

Cinnamon Sugar Bannock

This Cinnamon Sugar Bannock is a sweetened up version of the classic bread recipe! It's ready in just 15 minutes and tastes like a cross between buttermilk biscuits and doughboys! It's great for breakfast, brunch, or as a dinner side!

This three (or four, depending on your cooking preferences) ingredient recipe is heaven-sent, let me tell you. Unlike yeast bread, there’s no waiting time for this recipe. There’s no need to wait for the yeast to activate, so you’ll have hot arepas ready in no time when the need arises. The kneading stage doesn’t take long, either. Lazy recipes = my kind of recipes.

Homemade arepas

This three (or four, depending on your cooking preferences) ingredient recipe is heaven-sent, let me tell you. Unlike yeast bread, there’s no waiting time for this recipe. There’s no need to wait for the yeast to activate, so you’ll have hot arepas ready in no time when the need arises. The kneading stage doesn’t take long, either. Lazy recipes = my kind of recipes.

Beaver Tails: a treat when at Canada's Wonderland or while skating on the Rideau Canal. Now here's step by step instructions for Easy Homemade Beaver Tails!

Beaver Tails: a treat when at Canada's Wonderland or while skating on the Rideau Canal. Now here's step by step instructions for Easy Homemade Beaver Tails!

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