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Re: RCIR soup taste test

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:05 am
by Stef
wow, right, you'd deserve to be French :lol:

Re: RCIR soup taste test

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:22 am
by Woodland
I think that soup means the same everywhere just there are many types of soup. Some of you may know that Hungarian Goulash (that you can find in IMP menu) is actually a soup. Not a stew like in German and Canadian rations.Goulash and stew have one thing in common.You start cooking the Goulash like a stew. First you make a stew than add water and vegetables to it and cook until the veggies are ready.Serve with noodles. As far as I know.

Re: RCIR soup taste test

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:06 am
by housil
Stef wrote:wow, right, you'd deserve to be French :lol:
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Merci :D
But that´s just my "kitchen French" I know.
Woodland wrote: Some of you may know that Hungarian Goulash (that you can find in IMP menu) is actually a soup. Not a stew like in German and Canadian rations.
In (civil) Germany we know both, the Hungarian Goulash as a stew and also "Hungarian Goulash soup".
That´s the EPa "Goulash w/ potatos", an "everybodies darling" :mrgreen:
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Re: RCIR soup taste test

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:51 pm
by Woodland
That´s the EPa "Goulash w/ potatos", an "everybodies darling" :mrgreen:
:D I'm looking forward the day when I'll have some German EPAs again :)
I hope it's gonna be soon.