Good, you can get down to the cookhouse and cook it.
On the most northerly island, Nornour are the remains of a Bronze Age settlement - shrine, dwelling, cookhouse and midden in such fine condition that it seems only just abandoned.
In its dormitories, there are more than 300 cells, four chapels, guest-rooms and a cookhouse .
Mr Williams said Montgomery's tactical unit included a series of mobiles housing a map room, cookhouse , offices, stores and even a mobile church.
Between the homestead and the mill, Rutherford constructed huts for the workers, a cookhouse and a dining room which doubled as a hall, complete with library and piano.
They had a cookhouse with a wood stove and if you spoke out against management, you got put on the punishment block, you chopped wood all day.
Three times daily we all marched to the cookhouse to dine.
He joked that he only received the Military Medal ‘because I kept the cookhouse supplied with kindling wood!’
Later Guy Butler turned the old cookhouse at the village into an accommodation hostel.
British Army engineers detonate them in between planes taking off and landing in a series of controlled explosions that have become as routine to the troops guarding the airport as going to the cookhouse for breakfast every morning.