Re: 1st Class, cooking with canned foods
Cindy M. Dietz (CDietzKS@AOL.COM)
Tue, 19 Mar 1996 09:44:23 -0500
We do not have this problem. In our troop the patrols have to have their
menu approved before the food is purchased. Precooked food is high on the
list of rejection.
BUT... I did look in the dictionary on my desk to see what Webster had to say
about 'cook'. The definitions are as follows:
#1 "to make ready or fit for eating by the use of heat"
#2 "syn BURN" (Obviously Webster ate at my house)
#3 "bake, broil, melt, roast, scorch, swelter
The boys have Mr. Webster on their defense dream team.
ASM Troop 144, Rainwalkers
ADC, Kaw District
IH &COR Pack 3140
Kansas City, KS
Heart of America Council
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