But thanks to an unknown teahouse owner's creative imagination, it was rolled between a bannock and eaten like a crispy sandwich.
From the Indians, they learned how to make bannock , a simple bread composed of flour, lard and water, which could be cooked over an open fire.
Instead of making his usual gruff request for leftover bannock and tea, Korgak smiled and told his sister that he hadn't touched alcohol for three weeks.
A traditional bread, bannock , was made while trapping or living in camps.
The savory wild meat meal consisted of bannock , white fish, salmon, moose, shish kebabs, pasta salad, Caesar salad, and baked potatoes with fruit tarts for dessert.
Larga also provides guests with a northern menu of food such as bannock , caribou stew and fish.
In Scotland, the bannock was pre-eminently made with barley (or bere meal, bere being a primitive form of barley that does better in acid soils); in England, more often of oats.
Pauline Alainga rustled up a batch of yummy bannock in the bannock-making competition.
This plain bannock is essentially a large round scone.
Governed by Spiritual Law, the fire was respected and offered prayers, tobacco, and occasionally foods like dry meat, fish, and bannock .