U.S. military gets a culinary makeover

05/22/2013 | PARADE

The U.S. military is changing its culinary reputation from mess hall slop to gourmet meals including roast lamb and croissants. "We play a huge role in the morale of the force," said Derrick Davenport, senior chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy and culinary specialist. "If they have a good meal, they’re going to perform their jobs better."

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