The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

'Sans Peur'       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders red and white dicing       'Ne Obliviscaris'

Katering Kapers (Extracts)

From Supply Coy - Cyprus late 50's

Compo comes in boxes
Marked from A to G.
The contents are various,
Let's have a look and see.

A is number one box,
Worthy of some praise,
Salmon, fruit, and bully beef.
And lots of mayonnaise.

B is ever popular,
Stewed steak is held within,
Carrots, peas, and Danish cheese,
With porridge in a tin.

C is always longed for,
The contents being good.
There is regimental vegetables,
Plus steak and kidney pud.

E comes up just once a week
With Paddy Boylan's stew,
Ginger pudding, ham and beef-
Excuse me while I spew.

Type H is now invented
For Echelon areas only,
Designed to feed good folks indeed,
The ones that are so homely.

This box contains some "Loverly Grub,"
Fresh steak and fresh eggs too,
Tomatoes, lettuce and new spuds,
With milk straight from the "coo."

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