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Search: Posts Made By: Pat Kennedy
Forum: The Galley 20th January 2014, 20:12
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Posted By Pat Kennedy
You had to look out for splinters though. ...

You had to look out for splinters though.
Pat(LOL)
Forum: The Galley 17th August 2010, 17:25
Replies: 703
Views: 98,127
Posted By Pat Kennedy
[quote=kingorry;448523] When I left Cunard Line...

[quote=kingorry;448523]
When I left Cunard Line in 1969 and joined Harrison Line, it was such a relief to get away from passenger ship food and enjoy some good basic cooking. A 'cheese beano' to...
Forum: The Galley 13th June 2008, 08:03
Replies: 703
Views: 98,127
Posted By Pat Kennedy
Bob, I discovered Lea & Perrins worcesteshire...

Bob,
I discovered Lea & Perrins worcesteshire sauce while at sea, and found it could improve the taste of almost anything. I particularly like it with scrambled egg on toast.
Pat
Forum: The Galley 27th April 2008, 22:16
Replies: 703
Views: 98,127
Posted By Pat Kennedy
I dont know the answer to that one, but on some...

I dont know the answer to that one, but on some of the ships I was in, they were the only edible food in the whole day, along with the cold meat and salad left out for the watchkeepers
Forum: The Galley 24th April 2008, 10:46
Replies: 703
Views: 98,127
Posted By Pat Kennedy
Re Passenger Ships. The quality of the food...

Re Passenger Ships.
The quality of the food depended on where you were in the pecking order. Officers got the same grub as the passengers, but the stuff served up in the crew galley bore no...
Forum: The Galley 24th April 2008, 08:25
Replies: 703
Views: 98,127
Posted By Pat Kennedy
Regarding breakfast; in my experience in the MN,...

Regarding breakfast; in my experience in the MN, cooks specialised in rubber fried eggs. Was this part of the curriculum in cook's school?
Pat
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