Bannock

Quit loafing around

Try your hand at baking bannock. All it takes is two cups of flour, less than a tsp of salt and about a tsp of baking powder.

She’s Been Bitten

It was the promise of bannock that first lured Melaina Sheldon into the orbit of Gwaandak Theatre in 2010. The show’s limited budget also allowed Sheldon to use some of the design skills she had developed in a one-year diploma course in fashion design in Vancouver. “I’m a Salvation Army thrift store shopper, for sure, …

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Hidden Treasure in Haines Junction

Another successful year has ended for the local gallery in Haines Junction. For the last five years, the gallery has been housed in the basement of St. Christopher’s Church. It started when Lynn De Brabandere, the minister, was having coffee with local artist Marty Ritchie and the conversation turned to the need for a display …

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Dumplings For Your Moose Stew

It’s an unfortunate household that doesn’t occasionally sit down to a simmering pot of delicious moose or other wild-game stew. It’s a meal that can be made easily in camp or at home and it’s guaranteed to satisfy even the biggest appetite. There was a time when a stew wasn’t complete without including dumplings (bread-like balls) …

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Campfire Bannock

Bannock is another one of those old favourites with everybody—at least the eating part. Making it is really simple, but it impresses everyone in camp when you do it for them. Even plain it is a real stick-to-your-ribs treat, but adding some pretty commonplace flavour enhancers makes your new reputation as a pastry chef. Bannock …

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