U.S. Navy cooks prepare food for sailors in a kitchen of the Naval Station Great Lakes training facility in the United States.
Great Lakes Illinois USA Date:1917 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy cooks at work in the Great Lakes Naval Training Center (Naval Station Great Lakes) during World War I. Interior of a kitchen. The cooks put meat and then some eggs in a grinder. A man turns the handle of the slicer. A cook mixes and shapes a meat loaf. He places it in a pan. The cook takes meat loaf out of an oven. He slices it. He takes a pan of baked potatoes from the oven and places them on a platter. He dishes soup from a vat into a kettle. Creamed peas in a vat. Steaks are cooked on a stove top. A man draws coffee from a huge urn into pots.
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