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B.L.S.P. T-shirt  a Bearpaw Lake State Park T-shirt. "Fry Bread Power" bumper stickers  pro-Indian political bumper stickers. Fry bread is particularly  emblematic as a staple Native American food. An authentic recipe for fry bread calls for mixing 4  cups of white flour, 5 teaspoons of baking powder, and 11/2 teaspoons of salt together in a large  bowl and then slowly adding and stirring in about 2 cups of water until the dough is smooth and  shiny. Cover the bowl with a clean towel and set aside for 30 minutes. Shape the dough into 16 balls,  about the size of an egg, and roll them on a lightly floured board to 1/2-inch thickness or less. Melt  lard in a heavy frying pan until it is 11/2 inches deep and heat until just before the smoking point.  Place the dough into the hot lard, turning with a fork when it is browned on one side until it is golden 
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Unformatted text preview: brown on both sides. Drain on paper towels. Sprinkle with powdered sugar or honey, or eat them plain. This recipe serves six to eight people. H. Earl Clark Museum The museum is located just west of Havre on Highway 2 and contains information about the history and development of the area around Havre, not far from the fictional Bearpaw Lake State Park and the reservation where Aunt Ida lives. muscatel a sweet wine made from muscatel grapes. to stay straight here, to stay sober not to get drunk until after the bronco riding contest is over. the MC the master of ceremonies. hogtie here, to tie together the four lower legs of a calf as fast as possible....
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