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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 20:01

WWII Perfect Eggs!

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Directions for Perfect Eggs... maybe!
Hey Kent !  Congrats on the new book.  Here's one for future reference.  When we lived in Chapel Hill NC our good friend Kimsey King was a former member of the U.S. Air Force.  His job was to write instruction manuals for consolidated mess hall cooks.  Complaints started coming in that the scrambled eggs tasted awful and somebody better do something.

Kimsey went to one of the complaining units and watched as breakfast cooks dumped 40 lb. bags of egg mix into the cooker.  The instruction manuals were incuded inside the bags and all went into the cooker together.  So the troops were eating the manuals along with the eggs.  Problem solved.  Best regards to all ya'll from the Page Family

World War Two memory shared by - Mr. Les Page

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