Re: First Class cooking
Susan Ganther (susan@EMAIL.UNC.EDU)
Thu, 21 Mar 1996 05:56:20 -0500
On Mon, 18 Mar 1996, CHUCK BRAMLET wrote:
> If the boys have cooked a _balanced_ meal, and done it decently, and
> the only problem with it is that they used cans, then for God's sake
> give them the credit!
There is a big difference in using some canned ingredients and in opening
a can and dumping out the main course. Is it unreasonable to expect a
boy to learn how to peel a few carrots, onions and potatoes and brown some
beef instead of opening a can of beef stew? I doubt that opening a can of
stew and calling himself a cook is going to build character in anyone. It
reeks to me of an honor violation. Maybe this thread would be more
productive if we started soliciting easy recipes instead.
Does anyone have a collection of recipes that a first class candidate can
prepare without feeling threatened while minimizing the chances that his
patrol members will starve?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City