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post #61 of 129

I also have experienced the bounce problem a few times.

 

Could someone send me a copy in any format to mprasek@gmail.com?

 

Thanks.

post #62 of 129
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I also have experienced the bounce problem a few times.

 

Could someone send me a copy in any format to mprasek@gmail.com?

 

Thanks.



as requested on it's way in PDF format.

post #63 of 129

If anyone else requires a copy of the manual in PDf format please just send me a PM with your email address and i will send a copy to you.

post #64 of 129

I have an original copy of the Manual of Army Catering Services Part 2 Recipes (1945) that I will sell if anyone is interested. It was used by a 2 Lt J. D. Rooke.It may as well go to someone who loves to cook rather than someone who collects books!

post #65 of 129

Hi all

I still have this PDF copy of the MAC'S Manual 

But i am not on this site to much so if you need it email me at nigelmeakin@blueyonder.co.uk

There is no cost to you for this and there is no time limit 

 

Regards Nigelchef.gif

post #66 of 129

Good Morning Wallis, I would be more than pleased if you could send me, your Manual of Military Cooking 1945, I have just purchased the 1940 Manual, and the comparison of Recipes would be great to know.  I would be happy to pay postage and any other costs.  Many thanks.  Geordie.

post #67 of 129

Hi there Geordie,

 if you email me at witandrep@hotmail.com, we can sort it out

 Regards

Wallis

post #68 of 129

Nigel,

I don't know if you still get all your email's but can you please also email me the MAC Manual to lorrainedp@lantic.net

Kind regards

Lorraine

post #69 of 129

 

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Hi there Geordie,

 if you email me at witandrep@hotmail.com, we can sort it out

 Regards

Wallis

 

on its way

 

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Nigel,

I don't know if you still get all your email's but can you please also email me the MAC Manual to lorrainedp@lantic.net

Kind regards

Lorraine

 

on its way

post #70 of 129

Hi Dallan,

 

I know your post is old but if you still have a copy of the MAC manual could you email it to me please?

 

Thanks,

Jamzer1

post #71 of 129

Thank you so much for the copy of the MAC Manual. Greatly appreciated.

post #72 of 129

Thank you so much for the copy of the MAC Manual. Greatly appreciated.

post #73 of 129

thanks, Nigel, have sent you an email for a copy! :)

post #74 of 129

HI

I still have the MACS Manual on PDF if you need it Just email me at 

nigelmeakin@blueyonder.co.uk   chef.gif

 

Regards Nigel

post #75 of 129
Have been living in the USA for the past 28 years and finally a copy of the MACS is within grasp. I retired from the Royal Navy after serving 26 year.
I would be very grateful if you could send me a copy.

Thank you in advance Andy Gillett
post #76 of 129

wallis wrote

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I have an original copy of the Manual of Army Catering Services Part 2 Recipes (1945) that I will sell if anyone is interested. It was used by a 2 Lt J. D. Rooke.It may as well go to someone who loves to cook rather than someone who collects books!

 

 

 

 

Where are you ? You haven't filled in your profile location I would be interested in taking it over from you.

 

yours

 

Karl

post #77 of 129

Hi.

 

i was in the Army Catering Corps, can any one let me have a copy of the MACS manual ? electronic would be even better ?

 

Thanks

post #78 of 129

PM your email address and it is on its way!
 

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post #79 of 129

I'm looking for a copy of the current army catering manual on PDF?

 

I'm a ex army catering Sgt 

post #80 of 129
post #81 of 129
Hi, I was in the british Army as a Chef and would love a copy of the Mac manual on PDF, is there any possibility you could send me a copy PLEASE it woul be amazing to have a copy as some of the recipies in there a fantastic. Kind Regards Steve
post #82 of 129

Hello

 

I am very much interested in your manual - do you still have it ????

 

I sometimes re-create a wartime field kitchen at wartime weekends where we cook everything from scratch to original recipies.

We have quite a bit of original catering corps equipment, dixies, butchers kit, no1 field stove - which is like a flame thrower on its side, fueld by petrol and VERY scary to use !!

 

Original recipies are great to use and the quantities quoted are fantastic. I am very interested in how the soldiers were fed and the lines of supply which ensured there well being. I even make Hard Tack for them to try and eat.

 

Veterans love to see this and try the food they used to eat as it brings back so many memorys, the enjoyment they geat from it can not be measured.

 

If you want it to go to a good home I am putting my name forward.....

 

Love to hear from you (or anyone else) who may have something I could use.

 

Angela

post #83 of 129

HI NIGEL

         IAM A FORMER ARMY CHEF NOW A LORRY DRIVER , BUT NOW HELP RUN A SCOUT GROUP AS THEIR QUARTERMASTER DOING ALL THEIR CAMP COOKING AND TRANING I WOULD BE MOST GRATFUL IF YOU COULD EMAIL ME A COPY OF THE CATERING MACS THANKYOU

post #84 of 129

If anybody is still looking for a pdf copy of either the 1974 or 1993 versions of the Manual of Army Catering Services then pleas contact me through Army Chefs on Facebook.

post #85 of 129

Hi Nigel , I have been looking for a MAC,S (2) for a while now . I have just come across this site & hope it,s not too late to get a PDF of MACS off you . My e-mail adress is kevin@rhelecredditch.co.uk , thanks for your time .

post #86 of 129

If by any chance you have a copy of the Army Manual ( Catering) on PDF I would be very grateful if you could e-mail me a copy, I served in the ACC  for 12 years back in the 70's and I was issued with, so any chance of getting a copy,well that would be great

                                                     Many Thanks

                                                     David Goodwin

                                                     dgoodwin10@cogeco.ca


Edited by Dave0949 - 3/22/13 at 11:38am
post #87 of 129

Done!
 

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post #88 of 129

My God.....

What is it with MAC Manual,They seem to be like gold dust,I still use mine that was issued in 1970and its a right mess, index missing pages missing,food  on the cover,recipes in both metric and imperial,but would I ever get rid off it .........Not on your life, But I would like to thank Peter McCracken for  supplying me with the updated 1990 MAC,S

post #89 of 129

Hi

 

I have been searching high and low to find my copy of the macs manual, so I can remember all the good times I had whwn I was an apprentice all those years ago. I can not find it anywhere, which suprises me considering the size and weight of the thing.

 

I would really appreciate it if you would send me a copy on PDF. then I can put it on a usb stick, how times have changed, if you had told me you could get that great big book on a keyring 27 years ago i would have called you an idiot, I remember saying something like that to a guy at school called Wiliam Gates., wonder how he's doing. 

post #90 of 129

Hi....

If you send me your e-mail address  I will send it by return of post, well strate away

                                                 Best wishes

                                                 Dave Goodwin
 

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