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“The funny thing about firemen is, night and day, they are always firemen.” - Gregory Widen. The Cookbook & Guide For Your Probationary Firefighters & First Responders: Become a Great Cook and an Even Greater Firefighter or First Responder is written by Michael Fields. Rookie firefighters or first responders usually become the new station cook for a year or two, until another rookie comes along. Even if you lack cooking skills, this cookbook guide shows how to prepare quick feasible meals for five to seven hungry firefighters. Try these mouth-watering Cheesy Meatball Subs, Korean Beef Bowl, Green Chili Sloppers, Dr. Prepper Pulled Pork, Creamy Rotisserie Chicken with Rice, and Bacon Jalapeno BBQ Cheeseburger Meatloaf. There are also flavourful Epic Sides like Slaw Texas Style, Smooth Poblano Salsa, and Sweet Potato Fries.
“Firefighting is all about ass - busting ours to save yours.” - Anonymous. First responders deserve hearty meals for busting their asses to “save hearts and homes.” Michael Fields was very thoughtful in writing this cookbook and guide. He wants first responders to know their probationary station tasks, rules, and regulations in order to work more efficiently. Being a rookie firefighter involves a lot of responsibilities and quick thinking to successfully enable the smooth running of the station. There are many guidelines to follow, but I see their importance. Michael Fields also loves cooking and encourages rookies to be creative when preparing basic meals on a budget. The practical information and inviting recipes in this handy guide are based on the author’s own experiences as a firefighter and former station cook. I like the cover illustration and highly recommend The Cookbook & Guide for Your Probationary Firefighters & First Responders.