Bannock is a type of bread made with a combination of Scottish bread and Indian fry bread that could be baked in an oven, cooked in a skillet over a fire or fried. Bannock is easy to make and transport, whilst being long lasting and filling.
Métis camp, women cooking, Harper's Bazaar On buffalo hunts and trade expeditions, the Métis camped in tipis similar to the Plains tipis. The Métis also had canvas tents that were brought over by the Europeans.
Cranberries- The Métis also gathered wild berries and edible plants. They were eaten alone, or added to a popular meal called ‘Pemmican’. Berries were stored in animal skins to prevent them from going bad.
Métis style rocking chairs n. - The furniture and utensils in a typical Métis house were a mixture of both Native and European culture. Most of their furniture was made out of wood: wooden trunks, round tables, beds (covered with tanned buffalo robes).