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Australian Army Catering Corps - History - Before and After World War I
... In the early days of the Australian Army cooks were drawn from the ranks of the Regiment ... The quality of the food produced by these regimental cooks can be best summarized by the infamous World War I catch cry "Who called the cook a bastard?" the retort ... Feeding in these camps came to depend upon the employment of civilian cooks (shearers' cooks etc.) who were well paid and their general lack of culinary skills ...
Cooks Station
... Cooks Station (also Cook's Station), elevation 5,000 feet (1,500 m), is a roadside stop on State Route 88 in Amador County in the Sierra Nevada mountains ... Built in 1863 as part of the Volcano cutoff of the Carson Emigrant Trail, Cooks Station is one of two remaining "stations" on the highway among many that sprang up after the road was ...
Conservation Districts (Manitoba) - Cooks Creek Conservation District
... The Cooks Creek Conservation District was started in 1979 and covers about 333 square miles (860 km2) east of Winnipeg and includes most of the Cooks Creek Watershed and parts of ...
Awadhi Cuisine - Cooks
... Broadly, there are three categories of cooks in Lucknow ... The bawarchis cook food in large quantities ... The rakabdars cook in small gourmet quantities ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Clarks, Collins, Cooks, and Higgins
... John Cook (1730–1789), Sheriff of Kent County, Delaware delegate to the Delaware Constitutional Convention 1776 Delaware Assemblyman 1776-1777 1778-1779 1783-1784 1786-1787 Delaware ... Brother-in-law of John Cook ... Son-in-law of John Cook ...

Famous quotes containing the word cooks:

    Hell is a place where all the cooks are British.
    —“Euro-joke,” quoted in Business Week, p. 32D (November 6, 1995)