I came across a new one this morning - bannock spathe; am currently trying to find out exactly what it is/was. Turned this up:
Margaret, like other women for whom a high degree of residential mobility was an inevitable part of life, had long since learned to be adept at packing. Her kist held clothes and bedding and the family's few treasured belongings. In addition, there were the basic cooking utensils - a three-legged pot, a spurtle or porridge stick, bowls and spoons; a girdle, brander, toasting-stone and bannock spathe. With these and a bag of oatmeal she had all she needed to provide for her family upon arrival at their new home.
A friend sugests a flat metal implement for baking bannock on, presumably over an openfire.
Anyone got any more info?