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Successful Commander Dishes

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Garibaldi biscuits.
 
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Everything in this box, cooked at once = Son-of-a-Bitch Stew.
Named after pretty much every training screw I ever had the displeasure of serving under.
And a couple of Brigadiers to boot.
 
In my interweb wanderings, I found this. It's a Kitchener Bun.

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theoriginalphantom

MIA
Book Reviewer
Lenin sausages?

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aspic lenin

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rasputin pizza

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Auld-Yin

ADC
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
Reviews Editor
For all those former Queens Regiment

Royal Pudding
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XPara Mugg

War Hero
Too obvious?

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BratMedic

LE
Book Reviewer
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Tool

LE
Battenburg cake?
Earl Grey tea (and Lady Grey)
Bloody Mary

While looking for confirmation of the above, I found these in Wiki:
Béarnaise sauce... may well originate in the nickname of French king Henry IV (1553–1610), "le Grand Béarnais."
Béchamel sauce – named to flatter the maître d'Hotel to Louis XIV, Louis de Béchamel, Marquis de Nointel (1630–1703), also a financier and ambassador.
 

lert

LE
(To be) Frankenfurter
 

DITA

MIA
Nasi Goreng curry anyone? This dish combines the ideology and the commander in one!

Cant beat left over breakfast and rice!
 

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