View Poll Results: Will you be attending the MAHHA Sat. night Cookout?

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    I'll bring paper plates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV View Post
    I'll bring paper plates.
    Hhaha ok then I can bring napkins
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    Slightly off-topic, but slightly on topic. Are any of you experts at making bannock? I'm bannock curious and I know there are different ways of making it, but would like to see it done before I start making inedible bricks. I can bring some materials if anyone wants to make some during the cookout or the night before, please?

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    Dibs on Drinking Cups.

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    I will not be able to make this one...
    I have to go and pick-up some books from my co-author, who is pretty ill, and do some signings and selling. Yeah, yeah, I helped write / edit it. It is a cookbook, based on old New England home recipes, with a lot of other information in it as well.

    It started out as a cookbook for Crohn's Disease patients, and morphed over two years into a book that stands alone, OR each recipe may modified for Crohn's, Diabetes, or Heart Disease.

    We won a Franklin Book Award (takes bow) for it.

    You can view it (I think - her son is doing the website) at:

    http://www.elizabethshealthycooking.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan View Post
    Me (veggie) and one kid that eats meat.
    Scratch that. It seems we will have to miss this one
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferret View Post
    Slightly off-topic, but slightly on topic. Are any of you experts at making bannock? I'm bannock curious and I know there are different ways of making it, but would like to see it done before I start making inedible bricks. I can bring some materials if anyone wants to make some during the cookout or the night before, please?
    I make it pretty often, in the field and at home. I planned on making some for my buddy and I during the hang, so you're welcome to make some with us.

    Cheers,
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    P.S. "good" is subjective, so what I think is good might be different than you. Bannock is also pretty dense, even more so if you over mix/work it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey.223 View Post
    I make it pretty often, in the field and at home. I planned on making some for my buddy and I during the hang, so you're welcome to make some with us.

    Cheers,
    Mickey

    P.S. "good" is subjective, so what I think is good might be different than you. Bannock is also pretty dense, even more so if you over mix/work it.
    I wanna' watch too !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Wolf View Post
    I wanna' watch too !!
    Um, ok. But I have to tell you that it will be incredibly underwhelming. I simply add water to my mix in a plastic sandwich baggy. I then knead it (with baggie closed) until everything is "pasty". The consistency should be tacky, but not runny. Think motza ball. Grease your pan and dump the clump in the pan. Flatten with hand or spatula. Cook it like you would a pancake, flipping it half way through. A nice little trick is to slide it out (cooked side down) onto a handkercheif and add grease to your pan. This will keep the side you are about to cook from burning. Flip the uncooked side into the pan and finish cooking. It doesn't take long, but if you tap the top, you can "hear" if it's cooked through or not. Again, density is dependent upon how much baking powder you use and how much you kneaded the mixture. That's it. Easy peasy, 1,2,3zee.

    You are more than welcome to watch if you still think you need/want to.

    Cheers,
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    Cool Mickey.233. What's in your mix?
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