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Red Sauce, or Chef Boyardee and the Order of Lenin
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David Tenner
2017-10-08 21:24:23 UTC
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"For producing rations supplying Allied troops during World War II, he was
awarded a Gold Star order of excellence from the United States War
Department.[6] He also made cuisine for the Russian Army and was awarded the
Order of Lenin for outstanding service to Russia from a civilian during
wartime.[citation needed] However, with the advent of the Cold War, he was
unable to acknowledge the award."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ettore_Boiardi

AH Challenges:

(1) Competitors learn about the Order of Lenin and use it to drive Chef
Boyardee out of business during the Cold War.

(2) Or alternately, a 1950's US where he can actually boast of the award...
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Alex Milman
2017-10-09 02:00:46 UTC
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Post by David Tenner
"For producing rations supplying Allied troops during World War II, he was
awarded a Gold Star order of excellence from the United States War
Department.[6] He also made cuisine for the Russian Army and was awarded the
Order of Lenin for outstanding service to Russia from a civilian during
wartime.[citation needed] However, with the advent of the Cold War, he was
unable to acknowledge the award."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ettore_Boiardi
(1) Competitors learn about the Order of Lenin and use it to drive Chef
Boyardee out of business during the Cold War.
(2) Or alternately, a 1950's US where he can actually boast of the award...
Ike wearing his order of Victory and Suvorov and Bradley his orders of Kutuzov and Suvorov thus "legitimizing" the WWII Soviet awards.
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