22 Cooking At The Battle Field

Cooking At The Battle Field

Some soldiers are not only good at military schooling but also at cooking. Today we’ll meet those of them who attend the military school house and become real professionals.

The military cook house was created in 1961. Logisticians spend three months on becoming familiar with every detail of kitchenry.

“Left facing, right facing, face about, marching in place”.

The school commander.

Preparation of soldier’s bread.

Former cadets of the school can be met everywhere including Moscow restaurants.

Breadmaking is one of the main subjects of the course.

To get tasty bread the work had to be done manually.

The temperature in the furnace is 35-40 degrees Celsius.


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22 Responses to “Cooking At The Battle Field”

  1. zld says:

    often fall into the army professional chefs who have worked to the army in good restaurants. usually they are the same and cooks in the army. so in some military units are fed quite well.

  2. Boritz says:

    The cooks do not appear to be very happy. Perhaps it is because of the silly hats they must wear.

  3. ZeroDrop says:

    Food making is a serious subject in Russia! That’s cool, to have quality food is important!

  4. Archy Bunka says:

    we’re not in sweden ree ree

  5. viktor says:

    Looks good. I want my borscht now!

  6. Musa says:

    Ah it looks great, I wish I had some of that hot freshly baked bread to eat right now.

    • OLUT says:

      Me, too! That salad looks really good, too.

      Where I lived before, there was a bread-bakery owned by some people from eastern Europe, maybe Serbia or Ukraine, I forget. It drove me crazy, because the baking breads smelled so good. I ate a lot of their bread, LOL. The old phrase “you can’t live only with bread and water” obviously never ate there!

  7. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Interesting. US military cooks can get opportunities to train at hotels and civilian culinary training institutions.

  8. Ivanko says:

    Hmmm… my favorite… mystery fish from a can!

  9. testicules says:

    You have to admit those cans looked like dog food

  10. Montesquieu says:

    It was likely a typo. Considering that it generally takes bread at 240 Celsius to bake well for an hour. The fact that it’s a golden brown only demonstrates that it was a higher temperature.

    Anyway, I’m surprised that they use such small conventional fish cans, you’d think that they would be using the biggest ones on the market. Than again, the armed forces don’t shop at Costco.

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  12. James says:

    ^ Not quite :)

  13. oldeafcoot says:

    Is that really a Major General in charge if a military school? In the West a school commandant would be a Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel at the most.

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