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Day Pkg 2 - Bannock on a Stick/Foraging

Simply delicious

  • 2 hours
  • $50/person
  • Fishing Lake Metis Settlement

Service Description

It is believed that bannock was introduced to Indigenous peoples in the early 18th & 19th centuries during the fur trade by Scottish fur traders. Bannock became a staple in Indigenous diet due to the rations they were given. There are many ways to prepare bannock: fry bread, baked, in a cast iron frying pan, but we will show a simple and tasty recipe for bannock on a stick. A tasty treat you can enjoy with butter, syrup, jam or cinnamon sugar. Delish! Foraging along the trail to discover what plant life is around and in season included.

Contact Details


5205 50 Ave, Saint Paul, Alberta, Canada

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