may have to breakaway from an activity early in order to start the meal.
and serve the meal ON TIME; put away extra food and put trash from the
food preparation in the trash; rinse pots as you finish with them, put
wash and rinse water on to heat up during the meal; dump hot grease before
they eat; assure everyone receives an equal portion (either serve the food
to patrol members and guests or tell everyone the amount they can have).The
cooks serve themselves last.Try
to have everything ready on time and at the same time.Lead
Patrol in Grace.
AS YOU GO
up: Wash the dishes; wipe
down the stove, tables, and food preparation area; put away the clean dishes;
dump dirty dish water (if needed) in sump; hang dish cloths so they can
dry and secure the dinning area.No
dirty dishes are to be left and all food is to be put away.
with cooks to see what type of fire is needed. If the meal is to be cooked
over an open fire, the scout may have to breakaway from an activity early
in order to establish a good fire for the cooks. Collect a wood supply
adequate to cook the meal. If stoves are being used, set up and fuel stoves.
After meal put out fire and/or put away stoves.
condition of ax yard, fire pit, lantern mantels, latrine (patrol and Troop);
and dining fly and kitchen sump. Get Down Bear Bags before meal and hang
them after meal.
sufficient water for the meal including drinking, cooking and cleanup water.
Should be available during the meal in case cooks need more water. If necessary
water should be filtered or treated in time to be used for the meal. Refil
water containers after the meal.
up trash in camp; straighten up personal gear; check condition of tent.Make
sure the area is secured for expected weather conditions.
more hands will make the work easier.The
patrol members are not dismissed to attend other activities until the kitchen
and patrol areas are secured.
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