Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

Make Bannock

Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

Make Bannock

Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

How to make Bannock

How to make Bannock

Every Canadian should know how to make this iconic bread which sustained hungry voyageurs, settlers, and First Nations peoples alike in the early days of our country. Food director Annabelle Waugh shows you our Bannock recipe you can bake at home.

Recipe: Cook A Perfect Deer Steak in the Oven | Field & Stream; I marinated the steaks instead of rubbing with oil and seasonings.

Recipe: Cook A Perfect Deer Steak in the Oven | Field & Stream; I marinated the steaks instead of rubbing with oil and seasonings.

Baking in the Wild: How to Make Bannock Bread -1 cup flour (white or a mixture of white and whole wheat)  1 tsp. baking powder  1/4 tsp. salt  1/4 cup dry milk powder  1 tbsp. shortening

How to Make Bannock Bread

Baking in the Wild: How to Make Bannock Bread -1 cup flour (white or a mixture of white and whole wheat) 1 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1/4 cup dry milk powder 1 tbsp. shortening

Last week, an Elder from Pangnirtung taught me how to make traditional Inuit bannock. Bannock is a traditional food that is ...

Last week, an Elder from Pangnirtung taught me how to make traditional Inuit bannock. Bannock is a traditional food that is ...

Getty Stewart How to Make Christmas Stollen – A German Christmas Tradition

Getty Stewart How to Make Christmas Stollen – A German Christmas Tradition

Damper - yeast free bread originally cooked on camp fires or in a dutch oven and buried in hot coals. I often cook in the micro wave if in a hurry. Will not keep so if you can't use it the same day, freeze it. Excellent with stews and soups.

Damper

Damper - yeast free bread originally cooked on camp fires or in a dutch oven and buried in hot coals. I often cook in the micro wave if in a hurry. Will not keep so if you can't use it the same day, freeze it. Excellent with stews and soups.

Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

Make Bannock

Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).

Closest I could find to "Nanny's Bread"  wikiHow to Make Bannock -- via wikiHow.com

Make Bannock

Closest I could find to "Nanny's Bread" wikiHow to Make Bannock -- via wikiHow.com

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