When I was a child, we learned how to make Bannock in school. I do not remember making the dough, I just remember wrapping it around a stick and roasting it over a fire. I vividly remember really enjoying the process of learning how to make food. The simplicity of bannock is amazing because it can be made from scratch in just a few minutes and the cooking process is so simple that even small children can do it over a campfire. Fried bannock is even more delicious, but for obvious reasons I see why we didn’t learn that one in school.
Corn bread goes with so many things! I love a good corn bread with all forms of barbecue, but also with Chili, soup, stew and more. It’s also super easy to make and it is ready fast. So next time you are throwing down some amazing que, consider putting a cast iron of this fluffy bread on there to make it the ultimate comfort meal.
Garlic bread is so 1990’s, I can’t believe you can still go to grocery stores and buy cheap garlic bread made fresh daily but nothing more than butter and garlic spread on a loaf of French bread. Don’t get me wrong, I like it, but it needs a refresh. Something more that will have you craving more than just butter and garlic. My wife’s grandma has been making her famous mustard bread for years and I am officially a convert. I’ll take mustard bread 10 times out of 10 instead of a bakery ready garlic bread any day of the week.
When we go out for pizza, my kids are always asking to get bread sticks or pizza bread as an appetizer. I’ve done a lot of pizzas on my Pit Boss, so I figured I could make a superior version of this family favorite appetizer as well.