Show Recounts Subsistence History

Bell, T. Anthony
October 2007
Soldiers;Oct2007, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p45
The article announces that the weekly TV program "The Secret Life of...," will examine the history of military subsistence. The episode will air sometime in November or December 2007 on the Food Network. Phil Brody, the writer and director of the show, relates that the episode will trace military meals from the ancient times to the present day. Food service specialists training in mobile kitchens will also be featured in the program.


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