Need help identifying name of bread.
I am transcribing a journal from 1904. It's about a group of guys hiking their way in the woods in northern Minnesota to stake their timber claim. They have a cook which keeps making this bread but the guy's writing is not the best. It looks like Gullette but I can't find anything like it searching in Google. This is what he writes:
Wm. who is our cook makes what we call “Gullette”. This is a very palatable bread and is made as follows: He mixes a can of baking powder into about 20 pounds of flour and then opens the sack pushes the flour up against the sides so as to get a hollow, into this he pours water and mixes his dough, then takes the dough and puts the dough into the frying pan and places it in the fire. After it has baked there for about 5 to 10 minutes the bread is baked and he puts in some more dough, this is repeated until enough bread has been baked.
Has anyone heard of Gullette - perhaps I'm intrepeting it wrong or he mispelled it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. He also appears to refer to this as "Dough-Gods" or "Dough-Goods" though it looks more like gods. He always puts quotes around these.
Thanks very much!