Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1968 Guide Handbook - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Out-of-doors on hike fires, and stoves if desired:

1) Cook a two-course meal for the Patrol.  This must include potatoes and another vegetable and fish, or meat, or eggs; and a pudding that requires cooking.  (Tinned or other pre-cooked food, should not be used.)

2) Make a hot drink.

You must use at least four different cooking methods, including cooking without utensils, and some home-made equipment.

1974 Guide Handbook - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Out-of-doors on hike fires, and stoves if desired:

1) Cook a two-course meal for the Patrol.  This must include potatoes and another vegetable and fish, or meat, or eggs; and a pudding that requires cooking.  (Tinned or other pre-cooked food, should not be used).

2) Make a hot drink.

You must use at least four different cooking methods, including cooking without utensils, and some home-made equipment.

1981 Guide Handbook - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Out-of-doors cook a two-course meal for your Patrol.  This must include potatoes and another vegetable, and fish, or meat, or eggs, a pudding that requires cooking, and a hot drink.  (Tinned or other pre-cooked food should not be used.)

The cooking should be mainly on hike fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.  Some food must be cooked without utensils, and you must use some home-made cooking equipment.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Out of doors cook a two-course meal for the Patrol.

This must include:

a) potatoes, rice or pasta.

b) another vegetable

c) fish, meat or eggs

d) a pudding that requires cooking

e) a hot drink.

Convenience food may be used where sensible.

The cooking should be mainly on hike fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.  Some food must be cooked without utensils, and you must use some home-made cooking equipment.

1986 Guide Badge Book - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Out of doors cook a two-course meal for the Patrol.

This must include:

a) potatoes, rice or pasta.

b) another vegetable

c) fish, meat or eggs

d) a pudding that requires cooking

e) a hot drink.

Convenience food may be used where sensible.

The cooking should be mainly on hike fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.  Some food must be cooked without utensils, and you must use some home-made cooking equipment.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Outdoor Cooking pennant


The whole Patrol must be present for the test.

1) Out-of-doors cook and serve a two-course meal for the Patrol.  This must include:

i) a) Potatoes, rice or pasta

b) another vegetable

c) Fish, meat or eggs or another protein

d) A pudding that requires cooking.

e) A hot drink.

Convenience food may be used where sensible.

ii) The use of some home-made cooking equipment, e.g. an oven, haybox, food, barbecue etc.

iii) Some cooking without utensils.

Note: The cooking should be mainly on wood fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.

2) Know the safety precautions for cooking out-of-doors on wood fires and camp stoves.

1992 Guide Badge Book - Outdoor Cooking pennant


The whole of the Patrol must be present for the test.

1) Out-of-doors cook and serve a two-course meal for the Patrol.

a) The meal should include the following:

potatoes, rice or pasta

a vegetable

fish, meat, eggs or another protein

a cooked pudding

a hot drink.

Convenience food may be used where sensible.

b) Whilst cooking the meal you should use some home-made cooking equipment such as an oven, haybox, barbecue, etc.

c) Some of the cooking should be done without utensils.

Note: The cooking should be mainly on wood fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.

2) Know the safety precautions for cooking out-of-doors on wood fires and camp stoves.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Outdoor Cooking pennant


Note: The cooking should be mainly on wood fires, but you may use a stove as well if you wish.

1) Out-of-doors cook and serve a two-course meal for the Patrol.

a) The meal should include the following:

potatoes, rice or pasta

a vegetable

fish, meat, eggs or another protein

a cooked pudding

a hot drink.

Convenience food may be used where sensible.

b) Whilst cooking the meal you should use some home-made cooking equipment such as an oven, haybox, barbecue, etc.

c) Some of the cooking should be done without utensils.

2) Know the safety precautions for cooking out-of-doors on wood fires and camp stoves.

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