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BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by mreheater72 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:15 pm

Hi guys,

today I tested a recipe out of the UNOFFICIAL MRE RECIPE BOOKLET from TABASCO (second edition 2001?) :D .

Here is the photo review:

The UNOFFICIAL MRE RECIPE BOOKLET from TABASCO (second edition 2001?):
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Recipe BEANWICH BOMBERS:
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Ingredients still in pouches/card board at one glance (Western Style Beans 2003, Wheat Snack Bread 2007, Cheese Spread 2009, Tabasco 2007):
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Heating the pouch of Western Style Beans in boiling water:
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The pure Wheat Snack Bread on the plate:
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The Cheese Spread pouch with cut a little corner for “drizzling”:
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White Snack Bread with Western Style Beans on top:
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Finished BEANWICH BOMBERS after "drizzling" with Cheese Spread:
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Finished BEANWICH BOMBERS close-up with melted Cheese Spread:
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Now to the taste: It was ok, not bad, but not really great :) . The “mixture” of the wheat bread and the beans is a little bit dry :( . The pure Western Style Beans I like more than that recipe, but of course I would eat it again :) .

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by Morwin » Thu Sep 08, 2011 7:46 pm

Nice pics, you wouldn't happen to know a source for that book? I would be interested in getting one for my collection.

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by mreheater72 » Fri Sep 09, 2011 1:13 pm

Morwin wrote:Nice pics, you wouldn't happen to know a source for that book? I would be interested in getting one for my collection.
I bought mine at ebay.com (1985 issue). Here is a link to the 2001 (?) issue:

http://david.brubakers.us/cookbook/rationcookbooks.html

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by Morwin » Fri Sep 09, 2011 5:46 pm

Those are great, I will have to try out a few of the recipes soon. Thank you very much for the link.

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by MCIera » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:52 pm

You'll probably find that most of the recipes include adding Tobasco sauce. That's 'cause it is published by the McIlhenny Company, who owns the Tobasco brand name. :wink: You can get a copy directly from McIlhenny at their web store, http://countrystore.tabasco.com/prodinf ... mber=04845 . It is priced at $5.50
Morwin wrote:Nice pics, you wouldn't happen to know a source for that book? I would be interested in getting one for my collection.

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by Morwin » Fri Sep 09, 2011 11:51 pm

Thanks MCIera, I will be putting in an order for one for the collection shortly. You just made my day. :D

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by RockyRaab » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:07 pm

I realize there's a two-year lapse in this reply, but I'm new here.

This is reminiscent of the classic British breakfast item "Beans on Toast." I make it often with regular kitchen supplies.

One slice of buttered toast
Warmed baked beans to generously cover the toast
One fried egg
Sprinkle of grated cheese
and of course - hot sauce.

Assemble in that order. Enjoy.
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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by housil » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:25 pm

RockyRaab wrote:
This is reminiscent of the classic British breakfast item "Beans on Toast."
We saw last week plenty of (UK) ppls eating this

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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by RockyRaab » Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:14 pm

Ya, ausgezeichnet!
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Re: BEANWICH BOMBERS

Post by housil » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:33 am

RockyRaab wrote:Ya, ausgezeichnet!
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