Definition funny of Bannocks:

urbanA dense, poorly-leavened bread that travels well, making it a great, tasteless vehicle for calories. It is often used by tradidtional campers who canoe and portage for weeks at a time, as it doesn't fall apart when wet, and can be cooked in the heat of a dying fire for lunch the next day. That allows the campers to unwind instead of cooking, but adds to the density of the food. Must be an old word for cake, because "bannock-hives" are 'swellings' from eating too many bannocks (i.e., fat rolls).

urban"Why is this bannock so hard?" "Sorry, there wasn't any baking soda."


Songs about Bannocks:

songsFlora MacDonald's Fancy - 4 Steps @ 94 BPM (feat. Michael Grey) (Women's Arrangement, Tune Medley: Bannocks of... by Leap and Rock from the Album Leap and Rock - Vol#2

songsBannock by Solar Powered Creatures from the Album Solar Powered Creatures

songsBannock by Sharkhuman from the Album Shallot

songsBannock by Curt Young from the Album Edge Of Shadow

songsBannock Bird Hat by Legowelt from the Album Dark Days 2

songsBannock Boogie by Art Napoleon from the Album Mocikan

songsThe Bannock Burn by William Jackson from the Album Duan Àlbanach


Books about Bannocks:

booksBroths to Bannocks: Cooking in Scotland 1690 to the Present Day by Catherine Brown and Martin Knowelden (Nov 1, 2010)

booksSage Smoke: Tales of the Shoshoni-Bannock Indians by Eleanor B. Heady and Arvis L. Stewart (Jun 1993)

booksBannock Beans and Black Tea: Memories of a Prince Edward Island Childhood in the Great Depression by John Gallant and Seth (May 1, 2004)

booksBannock and Beans: A Cowboy's Account of the Bedaux Expedition by Bob White (Jan 1, 2010)

booksDoe Sia: Bannock Girl and the Handcart Pioneers by Kenneth Thomasma and Rusty Talbot (Apr 2000)

booksThe Bannock Indian Trail by Aubrey L Haines (1973)

booksThe Bannock of Idaho by Brigham D Madsen (1958)


Wiki information Bannocks:

Charlie Bannocks
Actor, Person, Film actor

Charlie Bannocks is an actress.

Bannocks o' barleymeal, Hob. XXXIa:171
Canonical Version, Musical Recording