Army Chef Vs Civi Chef

#3
Given the budget military chefs can do an absolutly fantastic job, have been to mess functions where they are given a good budget and the food they produced was amazing.
 
#4
As I've said before (and I'm an expert-I like my food!), military chefs are very very good. People slag them off but you've got to remember that they're working within the confines of a budget that gives more money to feed guard-dogs than pongos/matelots/crabs/booties.....
 
#5
the_matelot said:
As I've said before (and I'm an expert-I like my food!), military chefs are very very good. People slag them off but you've got to remember that they're working within the confines of a budget that gives more money to feed guard-dogs than pongos/matelots/crabs/booties.....
And of course guard dogs only lick there own balls for personal hygine, not for pleasure...... :lol:
 
#6
Why do dogs lick their balls?

Because they can!!!

I've had more than my fair share of dogs licking my balls :blush:
 
#8
What are the rules? are weapons allowed, such as blenders, knives, pans etc? points system or knock out? Obviously Gordon Ramsey would not be allowed to simply run people over in his car I hope.
 
#9
Why do you think that Jamie Oliver used the ACC school to train his Dinner ladies? And the contestants on the 'new' Masterchef goes Large had the contestant's cooking for the Army? Because they are the best in both cases & in the Masterchef case,the contestant's had to prove to the best!
 
#10
Army Chefs hands down, particularly when compared to the monkeys that are employed in most Mess and Cook House kitchens these days. Someone should tell these people that pride is not a dirty word.
 
#11
OK its time for mw to come clean Im a civvie chef (hate me i dont givea fcuk !) but the budgets we have to work with r a piss take (£1.87) pr squad pr day. Bless em my lot r good lads and they r slowly becoming educated through open and fair disscusion from my point they understand the constraints.

Its about time the DMR was increased and roll on september when 3663 get dumped as the supplier cos the r fcuking ****
 
#12
I used to like when Army Chef's used to get ragged over the Hot Plate in the Cookhouse for talking down to the blokes like a piece of shit,when all they'd done was ask the Chef if there was any chance of on Omelette !
 
#13
Thats the thing nowadays they talk to us like we ve signed up i give as good as i get if they ask in the right way they get whatever they want talk to me like crap and they starve
 
#17
Bring back the days of Mil Chefs in all barracks/ camps etc! I have never come accross a Mil Chef from any of the 3 services who refused to feed troops no matter what the hour, they had all "been there and done that" and know what a huge difference a hot meal can be for the guys and girls who are at the sharp end. The food they produce is good quality (given the fact that they have to deal with a tiny budget per head per meal per day) and there is always enough to feed the hungry and tired.

Civie contractor cooks, mostly in transit camps that i have been thru, are rude, clock watching and self important. The food they turn out is often sub standard, served in very small quantities (which means the guys and girls waste their money on Pizza take outs etc as they have not been fed properly) and in one case, 100 plus members of a unit i was with were food poisoned by one cook house, so much so the entire kitchen staff were sacked and told not to return to work, but the contractor of course remained the same.

Now a TV chef and "proper" civvie chefs can turn out culinary wonders, but you notice you have a bill which is say $50 (Pounds, sorry no pound key) at the end of the meal. Mil Chefs, may give you everything with chips, but your fed and your not bitching about being hungry or not served a meal as you were at the cook house at 1631 when they stop serving at 1630 .... rant over.
 
#18
Army slop jockeys for me.

I prefer my potatoes raw.

But then you attend some sort of function and the food is superb.
 
#20
UKLF_Kat said:
OK its time for mw to come clean Im a civvie chef (hate me i dont givea fcuk !) but the budgets we have to work with r a urine take (£1.87) pr squad pr day. Bless em my lot r good lads and they r slowly becoming educated through open and fair disscusion from my point they understand the constraints.

Its about time the DMR was increased and roll on september when 3663 get dumped as the supplier cos the r fcuking *
You dont work at the school in aldershot do you??
 
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