mess tin


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mess tin

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Such was the attention to detail, a biscuit seen in a British soldier's mess tin was made to a World War I recipe of water, flour and salt while the chocolate bar's logo is the one used by Sainsbury's in 1914.
Crafted from scrap wood and an aluminium mess tin, the inter-hut race trophy was as precious as an Olympic medal to the prisoners of Stalag IV-B.
The military equivalent of Jamie Oliver showed us how to light our miniature stoves and use a mess tin to cook up a meal of boil-in-the-bag hamburger and beans.
The rider and saddle, a pair of valises with overcoat, on top of which was a blanket picquet cape, heel rope, heel peg and surcingle, two nets of hay and a nosebag of oats; a mess tin and a shoe pocket with two shoes and nails.
Such was the attention to detail, a biscuit seen in a British soldier's mess tin was made to a First World War recipe of water, flour and salt while the chocolate bar's logo is the one used by Sainsbury's in 1914.
22 Walther rifle was brought to the range and target practice was carried out using balloons and a mess tin.
Melt some fat in the cover of a mess tin and when quite hot place the chupattie in it and leave till it is brown on both sides.
Shaun's survival kit includes seven tins of beans and noodles, a mess tin, a stove for cooking, a sleeping bag, a video camera and water.
TO folk singer Seth Lakeman he was Bumpy, the grandpa who made him cups of "army tea" in an old mess tin.
A WAR memorial made from a soldier's mess tin has sold for almost pounds 16,000.