Season 1: Meals Ready to Eat

"Meals Ready to Eat" travels coast to coast and abroad exploring the foodie culture and gourmet culinary practices of the military-veteran community. Navy veteran host August Dannehl goes behind the scenes into the world of military food operations, from gourmet recipes developed inside military dining halls to a Marine veteran who utilizes his military experience to command a first-class kitchen.

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Meals Ready to Eat

Israel

Journey to Nablus in the West Bank and the streets of Tel Aviv in search of food.

Israel

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Meals Ready to Eat

Coast Guard and Philly

Food can be a strong source of comfort and enabler of camaraderie.

Coast Guard and Philly

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Meals Ready to Eat

Okinawa and Guam

Travel across the Pacific to Okinawa and Guam where the U.S. has been a strong influence.

Okinawa and Guam

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Meals Ready to Eat

CIA and Petit Trois

Walk the halls of the Culinary Institute of America. (CIA)

CIA and Petit Trois

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Meals Ready to Eat

Darling Farm and 10th Mountain Whiskey

Visit Former Army Ranger Battalion member Jon Darling’s farm and 10th Mountain Whiskey.

Darling Farm and 10th Mountain Whiskey

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Meals Ready to Eat

Natick and Fort Lee

Meet the scientists and chefs ensuring the health and wellbeing of our nation’s finest.

Natick and Fort Lee