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Old 23rd October 2018, 12:48
MakemBill MakemBill is offline
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Don't think I ever cooked Durham Cutlets while in the MN but I did when I later joined the army. They were quite popular on a Monday as a way of using up any left over beef joints. We used to serve them with Réforme Sauce.
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Old 23rd October 2018, 20:48
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Don't think I ever cooked Durham Cutlets while in the MN but I did when I later joined the army. They were quite popular on a Monday as a way of using up any left over beef joints. We used to serve them with Réforme Sauce.
How about croquettes? That was the MN solution to bits of left over roasts and other cuts. They were given fancy names to fool the crowd.
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Old 4th December 2018, 11:28
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Whompers ! As a 3rd/2nd cook on the Himalaya back in the 60's we laid the mince mixture, loaded with crap to bulk it up, but with Trevor the camp 2nd chef it was entertaining as we moulded and flattened the mix with the aid of an A10 tin, into 'hamburgers' we got all the gossip as to who was doing what with whom. The left over burgers went to the crew mess and as they thought that we actually flattened them by wedging them in our armpits and squeezing , they were fondly known as whompers
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