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Used to have a friend that made pan bread then put gravy on it for breakfast. Must have been a quick bread with baking soda or powder. He would mix a batter pour in a skillet and next thing you knew. Pan bread...
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Actually with rhubarb sauce that would be quite good.


One recipe:
  • 1 package(2 1/4 tsp) active dry yeast
  • 2 cups (16 fl oz, 473 ml) lukewarm water
  • 1/2 TBSP Morton kosher salt (use 1 TBSP if using Diamond Kosher)
  • 4 1/3 cups (18.4 oz, 515 gr) all-purpose flour
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I make Bannock for bread when camping.
Ingredients 1 c unbleached all-purpose flour 1 c white whole wheat flour* (or more all-purpose*) c powdered milk 2 Tbsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 2 Tbsp shortening, lard, or butter 1 - 1 c water Cooking oil (for greasing the pan) Instructions In a medium bowl, mix the flours, powdered milk, baking powder, and salt. Add the shortening and cut the fat into the dry ingredients until the mixture resembles coarse breadcrumbs. (If you will be taking this mix traveling with you, you can make this dry mix ahead of time and store it in a sealed plastic bag or container until you are ready to make your bread.) To Prepare The Bread Grease a 9-inch cast iron skillet and warm it over the fire coals (or stove on medium heat). (Your goal is to get the pan hot enough that the batter will sizzle when it hits the pan, but not so hot that the oil is smoking.) Add some water to your dry bread mixture and mix just until a very thick batter forms. Place the better into the warm skillet and press it to roughly 1 inch thick. Cook the bread for 10-15 min. Once the bottom is a dark golden and the top of the batter is starting to dry out, flip the loaf. Bake the loaf on the second side for 10-15 minutes. (If your bannock takes any less than 10 minutes to bake on a side before the crust starts to burn, then your heat is too hot and the outside is cooking faster than the inside. Move your pan to a cooler section of coals.) Remove the pan from the coals and let the bread cool for 5-10 minutes before serving.

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Pan bread... https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...king+pan+bread

Fry bread... https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...king+fry+bread

Looks like some good ones there. For the campfire, Bannock can be twisted on a stick too.

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When I was in the boy scouts many moons ago we made twist bread on a stick over a camp fire it was really good

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When I was 8 I was in the cub scouts. Got in a fight outside blocks away from the cub meeting and was kicked out after mom spent 60 bucks for the uniform. I hid it from her for a while and pretended to go to the meetings. I have held a grudge ever since...
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When I was 8 I was in the cub scouts. Got in a fight outside blocks away from the cub meeting and was kicked out after mom spent 60 bucks for the uniform. I hid it from her for a while and pretended to go to the meetings. I have held a grudge ever since...
I would say you need to put that cross down.

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Because of the queer movement in Scouting I don't support them anymore but, I enjoyed Cub Scouting, and Boy Scouting back in the day.

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Now, this pan bread thing. Never had it, but I've got a good ole cast iron Dutch oven that bakes a mean scratch biscuit.

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Actually with rhubarb sauce that would be quite good.


One recipe:
  • 1 package(2 1/4 tsp) active dry yeast
  • 2 cups (16 fl oz, 473 ml) lukewarm water
  • 1/2 TBSP Morton kosher salt (use 1 TBSP if using Diamond Kosher)
  • 4 1/3 cups (18.4 oz, 515 gr) all-purpose flour
more
https://www.cheatsheet.com/life/6-br...-skillet.html/
I nteresting..it looks like I have something to learn about salt; how kosher differs from regular ..and how one brand of kosher differs from another. Can somebody please elucidate?

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I would say you need to put that cross down.

Hatred only affects the hater, and somebodies bad judgment that many years ago, shouldn't still be affecting you.

Because of the queer movement in Scouting I don't support them anymore but, I enjoyed Cub Scouting, and Boy Scouting back in the day.
Hate is a strong word. To me it is more like disdain... Contempt. Etc. I had already done many of the things they publicized which made me interested. But as usual it was false advertisement. Boredom led to the fight. The other kid got kicked out too...
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