Extracts from Manual for army cooks

July, 1917.
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Govt. Print. off. , Washington
Cookery, Mil
Other titlesManual for army cooks.
SeriesIts Document -- no. 564A, Document (United States. War Dept.) -- no. 564A.
The Physical Object
Pagination116 p. :
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Open LibraryOL23036521M

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Excerpt from Extracts From Manual for Army Cooks: July, Washington, D. C., July 6, The following extracts from the Manual for Army Cooks are pub lished for the use of the Army in the field.

Henry G. Sharpe, Quartermaster General. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic : United States; War Dept. Extracts from Manual for Army Cooks: July, by United States War Dept, United States, United States Army.

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C.C. Howard, Extracts from Manual for Army Cooks (War Dept. Doc. A, ) was still being used by Army messes. Office of the Quartermaster General. The Army Baker.

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The Army Cook. TM Washington: GPO, April 2, pp. Supercedes edition of the Manual for Army Cooks and the Extracts from Manual for Army Cooks. Superseded by edition of Decem Office of the Quartermaster General.

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The Army Cook. TM Washington: GPO, Decem pp. An army marches on its stomach—so the classic saying goes. This book brings together excerpts from contemporary manuals for U.S. Army cooks to show how the U.S. Army fed and provisioned its troops in the early 20th century and lift the lid on what daily life must have been like both for those preparing and consuming the rations.

techical manual, the army cook, apfrom the war department, tmpages,good condition with tanned pages from age and a little marks.

the army cook, from the war dept.,tm, august,pages. paper bound. good condition though cover a little unmarked. some color photos. good illustrations. from Army Community Service (ACS). If you must purchase your own cooking tools and devices, research and shop for the best quality at an affordable price.

The next few pages contain an illustrative guide to some of the helpful and common cooking devices and tools. You do not have to purchase every single device pictured on the next few pages. An old Army cooks manual shows us that by company size mess operations developed standardizations of practices and staffing patterns that lasted through the Vietnam era.

It rested upon the small mess team for each company, consisting of a mess sergeant, two or more cooks, plus dining room orderlies, and other labor.

to the Regular Army, Army National Guard/ Army National Guard of the United States, and U.S. Army Reserve, unless oth-erwise stated. It also applies to all con-tracted operations in appropriated fund Army dining facilities, unless otherwise stated. During mobilization, the proponent may modify chapters and policies contained in this regulation.

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In the Army officially created the Army Catering Corps and opened the Army School of Cookery in Aldershot. Troops were trained to make meals out of the bare minimum of ingredients, to feed a company of men from only a mess tin and cook curries to feed hundreds only yards from the frontline.

Manual for Army Cooks, (Classic Reprint) by Dept, United States War and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at SOFTCOVER MILITARY COOKBOOK TM WAR DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL MANUAL THE ARMY COOK Ap "Note,No initial distribution of this manual will be made TM (Decem ) and TM (June 9, ) will be usesd until no longer serviceable." is as printed on the front cover.

MANUAL FOR ARMY COOKS. METHODS OF COOKING. The ordinary methods of cooking are as follows: Roasting, Baking, Boiling, Simmering, Stewing, Broiling, Frying, and Sauteing. Roasting is that process by which a substance is cooked by the direct heat of a fire, without inter.

If cooks are not thoroughly competent, they should be made to follow strictly the recipes in this book, and flagrant cases of incompetency should be reported. THE COMMISSARY STEWARDS. The chief commissary steward or commissary steward is the chief petty officer in charge, under the commissary, of the general mess.

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They are employed preparing food items and meals for Forces members and National Defence employees. Cooks employed on a part-time or casual full-time basis usually serve at a military base, wing, home port or ship located within Canada. Civil War Military Dictionary: Includes Rifle Manual and Army Cook Book by Scott, Colonel H.L.; Rywell, Martin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Extracts Manual Army Cooks antique vintage book cookbook WW I military US collectible paper ephemera original BookandPaperShop 5 out of 5 stars (64) $ Free shipping Favorite.

Manual for Army Cooks () An militaristic cookbook. Covers the special needs and responsibilities of an Army cook.

Includes recipes for soups, fish, sauces, meats, poultry, vegetables, fruits, eggs, breads, puddings, coffee and tea. Army Recipes by War Department; 2 editions; First published in About the Book.

It's the US ARMY COOKBOOK. Dont laugh. Gourmet it is NOT. But, functional and portioned it IS!. SOS is only a small part.

Great for baking for large amounts of people, recipes are not bad. Of course, it is easy to screw up if you dont have a feel for food preps.

The Army Catering Corps' Training Centre in Aldershot, Hampshire. M/S in a kitchen with lots of pots and pans in the background.

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