Maconochie

Maconochie is a stew of sliced turnips, carrots and potatoes in a thin soup, named for the Aberdeen Maconochie Company that produced it. It was a widely used food ration for British soldiers in the field during the Boer War and in front-line trenches during World War I. There was also a French version called Macon├│ochie. Though the stew was toler...
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Maconochie

Maconochie is military slang for a tinned meat and vegetable stew, especially as supplied to soldiers on active service.
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