Traditional Recipes

Yukon Stew

Mix some flour with seasoning to taste. Cut about 2 pounds moose round steak into 1-inch pieces, and roll in flour to coat well. Brown meat lightly, and scrape into a kettle. Add:

  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 1 can of tomatoes

Cook over a slow fire or medium heat for one-and-a-half to two hours. Mushrooms may be added during the last half hour to 5 minutes before serving.
The stew may be varied by substituting 1 cup water for tomatoes, and…

Bannock #1

Tip #1: Some cooks prefer to fry their bannock dough in a frying pan (cast iron is best), others bake their bannock in the oven, still others deep fry it. You can also drop spoonfuls of batter in a stew, producing something like dumplings.

Tip #2: You can also make a cinnamon bun-type goodie by rolling the bannock dough with a rolling pin, then sprinkling with cinnamon, brown sugar, nuts, etc. Lastly, roll the dough up and cut into slices. Bake at about 375-400 degree oven.

Tip #3:…