4 edition of Oatcakes and other Cape Breton stories found in the catalog.
Oatcakes and other Cape Breton stories
|LC Classifications||PR9199.4.B674 O18 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||2005440503|
Cape Breton oatcakes are a simple, buttery, not overly-sweet, utterly addictive oat cookie. Wandering around my local cheese shop the other day, I came across something called Cape Breton oatcakes from Nova Scotia. They were advertised as a tea biscuit, cheese cracker, or a lightly sweetened cookie. Being a baker, it’s rare for me to. Here is my second recipe for Cape Breton oatcakes. It is from a children’s book called ABC’s of Cape Breton by Nicole Shaw and Lindsay Shaw Poirier. I love buying kid’s books as souvenirs and this is a very cute one. It has a lot of things that are very special to us about Cape Breton like “J is for Joe’s Scarecrows.”.
CAPE BRETON OATCAKES By Minnie MacMaster. 1/2 CUP Margarine (you can also use butter) 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup sugar. Mix all the above together and then put about 3 tbls. of boiling water in a cup and add 1/2 tsp. soda to it and pour into the above mixture. Author Jess Bond explores the relationships between people, and the relationship of those people to the unique geography of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, in these fifteen heartwarming stories. In settings from the s to today, and a cast of characters who range from lovable to unfathomable, "Oatcakes and Other Cape Breton Stories" is sure to captivate both the newcomer and the .
Cape Breton Oatcakes. Recipe by saucey1. This is the best oatcake recipe. It has the perfect balance between salt and sweet. This recipe comes from the Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia. It is a traditional treat as we have a strong Scottish culture in 5/5(15). Nova Scotia-style oatcakes are popular throughout the province, but especially beloved in Cape Breton. They aren't necessarily presented as anything special and are often sold just stacked on plastic-wrapped trays in grocery store s:
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Oatcakes and Other Cape Breton Stories Paperback – January 1, by Jess Bond (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Jess Bond. Jess Bond is the author of Oatcakes and Other Cape Breton Stories ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Going Home And Other Cape Bret Jess Bond is the author of Oatcakes and Other Cape Breton Stories ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Going Home And Other Cape Bret /5(5).
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Cape Breton Oatcakes. 1/2 cup room temperature butter. 1/2 cup shortening. 1/3 cup maple syrup. 2 tbsp hot tap water. 1/2 tsp baking soda. 1 1/2 cups of brown rice flour (plus a little more for patting out dough) 2 cups of gluten-free rolled oats.
1/4 tsp salt. Preheat oven to ° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Essence Publishing, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition, 1st printing. pages. The pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.
The book is signed by the author on the full title page. ISBN: Asking $ Guidelines - Contact via e-mail, text or phone: - Al. How to make Cape Breton oatcakes – Step by Step Instructions. One: place the porridge oats, flour, sugars and baking soda in a large bowl.
Two: stir and add the butter. Three: rub the butter in with your fingertips until it resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Four: stir in. CAPE BRETON OATCAKES By Minnie MacMaster 1/2 CUP Margarine (you can also use butter) 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup sugar Mix all the above together and then put about 3 tbls.
of boiling water in a cup and add 1/2 tsp. soda to it and pour into the above mixture. Beat well and add. Cape Breton OatCake Society, Saint John, New Brunswick. 1, likes 48 talking about this. Hey everyone. As some of you may already know, I have a reputation as a 5/5.
9 Cape Breton Stories and The Dream Breton Books, Wreck Cove, NS, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Book. Clean, tightly bound unmarked copy. A blend of Scottish & Acadian, Beatrice's stories seem relatively simple. Each one is a fairly brief performance, readable and accessible.
You read them and then they blossom, or explode softly, in. Local Hero — 20 New Short Stories from Cape Breton Island. C$ Come Hell or High Water—A HISTORY OF THE VICTORIA CO-OP FISHERIES. to eat with cheese or jam. Over the years, Cape Bretoners (and eventually all cooks across Canada) used rolled oats and more sugar to make a cookie-like oatcake.
Cape Breton Oatcakes – Sweet Version. Sweet Version: Stir together flour, oats, sugar, baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening with fingertips.
About the Author. John Shaw is the editor and translator of Tales Until Dawn: The World of a Cape Breton Gaelic Story-Teller and Brigh an Òrain: A Story in Every Song. He is senior lecturer in ethnology at the University of : John Shaw.
The oatcakes here are very much Cape Breton-style, and similar to stop #2. The Dancing Goat. Cabot Trail, Margaree Valley (Cape Breton) The Dancing Goat is a roadside cafe on the Cabot Trail that is known for its “Goat Cakes”.
These are characteristic of what I call “Cape Breton-style”. Load up on these and some coffee for the. After visiting this bakery, I was sent this recipe and had to try it. Makes 30 2x4 inch oatcakes though the recipe says it makes 8 dozen.
Since then, I have learned that another recipe was published in "Patisseries" by James MacDougall, and it's been adapted for a "home-sized" batch.5/5(37). If you enjoy Cape Breton Island you might just enjoy a few of Mom’s Cape Breton recipes, some good home cooking and baking from my Mother-in-law’s kitchen.
While digging in boxes upstairs in the old homestead of my Mother-in-Law, I came across a bag full of old recipes, most of them written on fragile paper pages and some well used cookbooks.
Here is a simple recipe that I’ve used to make oatcakes for friends and family. The feedback has been nothing but positive. Oatcakes. 1 1/2 cups white sugar. 2 tsp. brown sugar. 4 cups of flour. 2 tsp. of salt. 2 tsp. soda. 6 cups of rolled oats. A rich, daring short novel, plus five stories.
This troubling, brutal, and compassionate book is a riveting minor classic. Tessie Gillis holds a light to a portion of Cape Breton about which few writers have dared to speak, certainly from a woman's perspective.
These stories offer fierce and loving details close to the Cape Breton g: Oatcakes. Books set in Canada: [The Oxford Book of Canadian Verse, Canada Arduous destiny, Oatcakes and Other Cape Breton Stories, Jean Claude's.
Answer 11 of We absolutely loved our visit to Cape Breton and will return (many times!). Now, I am in search of the best oatcake recipe you have out there, as well as the best place to purchase them on the Island.
Thank you. Hi Karen: I have found that the Facebook community for Cape Breton Cookbook is very helpful. The best place to ask your question is to follow the link above to their. Answer 1 of We absolutely loved our visit to Cape Breton and will return (many times!).
Now, I am in search of the best oatcake recipe you have out there, as well as the best place to purchase them on the Island. Thank you!24 two-bite Oat Cakes from Rita's Tea Room. Delicious!! Highland Village, Cape Breton Island Oatcakes, Tea and Fiddle Music In the Highland Village, a stone home represents life in the Hebrides Islands in Scotland in the early ’s before the migration of settlers to Cape Breton in search of a better life.