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Today, some of the best cooks in the country aren’t in restaurants or on TV—they’re in the military It’s 11:30 a.m., and Derrick Davenport has been cooking for almost four hours. He’s made flounder and scallops with quinoa and arugula salad. Whipped up sweet potato soup with squab. Roasted lamb loin and served it in mushroom sauce with butternut squash puree and Edam cheese fritters. Baked mini chocolate-buttermilk cakes, doused them in Chambord and ganache, and topped them with milk chocolate cream. Now, after piping on some meringue and toasting it with a kitchen torch, he ferries the dessert into the dining room, where three stone-faced judges wait. Davenport carefully sets a cake in front of each one, the last course he’s presented this morning. The judges look profoundly unimpressed. ★ It might sound like an audition for Top Chef, but in fact Davenport is a senior chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy, one of 18 culinary specialists chosen to compete for the title of Armed Forces Chef of the Year. The 20-year-old competition takes place at the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence in Fort Lee, Va., where the military conducts most of its food services training. Each

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competition? That shows how far we’ve come.” Which brings us back to Davenport. The 37-year-old is generally soft-spoken and reserved, but with bread dough in his hands, he becomes demonstrative and chatty, completely in his element. Watching him roll croissants is like watching Miguel Cabrera swing for the fences—swift, practiced, effortless. It’s not surprising that one of Davenport’s earliest memories is of baking a loaf of challah bread with his grandmother when he was just 7 years old. Eddie Beatrice Davenport—a.k.a. Big Mama B—was an accomplished baker and cook; as a child growing up in Detroit, Davenport gravitated to the kitchen to be with her. He remembers leafing through her cookbooks and cooking magazines, the television always turned to Julia Child or the Galloping Gourmet. By the time Davenport was in high school, he was sure of two things: He wanted to cook, and he wanted to serve his country. After graduating, he studied culinary arts at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Mich. There, a chef instructor who had been in the navy regaled him with seafaring stories, further piquing Davenport’s interest in military life. After spending seven years as a restaurant cook (including a stint at the Detroit Ritz-Carlton), he enlisted in the navy in 2000. Davenport was stationed first on the USS Annapolis, a fast-attack submarine that carries only 150 sailors—he calls it the Smart car of subs. From the ship’s tiny kitchen, Davenport turned out full meals. “It was like cooking in a broom closet,” he says. “I’d have to make white or wheat bread, hamburger buns, hot dog buns, submarine rolls, then make a pastry for breakfast. … It becomes a juggling act.” He made do, using empty cereal bags to pipe frosting and making massive quantities of bread by hand when his mixer broke out at sea. He also became known for a dish called Wicked Chicken, which he describes as the chicken breast version of a buffalo wing, but spicier. Five years later, Davenport was sent to Afghanistan. His mission: Help the Afghan National Army in Herat set up a mess hall. Every day, Davenport walked two miles to the Afghan side of the base and its rudimentary kitchen—no refrigeration, wood-burning ovens— toting a Dari and Farsi phrase book and his 9mm rifle. Some of the 50 Afghan soldiers knew how to cook, but Davenport helped them develop military-style sanitation and portioning. The meat came fresh from the local market, daily. “We’d get a whole lamb in on the back of a pickup truck, still warm from a kill,” he remembers. “I had to teach them proper SHE FED AN ARMY, TOO ways of butchering. They Davenport’s paternal grandmother, Eddie were pretty much just hackBeatrice Davenport, had nine children. ing away at it on a tree stump,

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so we got them cutting boards and showed them how to cut it in a more manageable way.â€? By the end of his yearlong deployment, Davenport had helped set up the Afghan Army’s ďŹ rst bakeshop, which turns out fresh naan every day. Still, some might ask why food service should be any army’s priority. Surely the Afghan Army has bigger ďŹ sh to fry? Davenport has a ready answer. “We play a huge role in the morale of the force,â€? he says, noting that home cooking is good for soldiers in more ways than one. “If they have a good meal, they’re going to perform their jobs better.â€?

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Answer: (b). Wednesday is the least expensive day to fly, says Rick Seaney, cofounder and CEO of the travel-planning website FareCompare.com, though Tuesday and Saturday are also good choices. (The most expensive days: Friday and Sunday.) Red-eyes and crack-of-dawn first flights of the day are usually priced the lowest, but if pulling an all-nighter doesn’t sound like a fun way to start your vacation, try lunch- or dinnertime flights; they’re your second-best options.

night. Other airlines then drop their prices to stay competitive, and this price matching usually happens by 3 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday. Be sure to act fast: By Thursday, most of the discounted fares will have been snapped up or pulled.

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What’s the most important thing you can do to ensure your safety in an emergency evacuation? (a) Wear shoes (b) Count the rows between you and the nearest exit (keeping in mind, of course, that the nearest exit may be located behind you) (c) Pack important medications in your carry-on bag

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an emergency—doing so will only slow down an evacuation. Counting rows allows you to find an exit by feel if visibility is low. And don’t ditch your shoes (ideally closed-toe flats) mid-flight. “You’ll need them in the event of an evacuation on the ground, potentially in rough terrain,” says Emily McGee, director of communications for the Flight Safety Foundation.

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Which seat on the plane is statistically the safest? (a) Right next to the emergency exit (b) Anywhere in the first row (c) In the back, next to the bathroom (d) All of the above Answer: (d). “Statistically, there isn’t really a way to

determine where the ‘safest’ seat is,” says McGee. The reason is reassuring: “There aren’t enough fatal accidents to develop any sort of trend.” It makes sense that someone sitting in an exit row would evacuate before someone sitting farther away, but that’s not as much of an issue as it might seem, McGee claims. “To be certified by the FAA, the airframe manufacturer must demonstrate that everyone—no matter where they are sitting—can be evacuated in 90 seconds or less, with half of the exit rows blocked or unusable,” she says.

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You’re most likely to arrive at your destination on time if you fly on which of these days: (a) Friday (b) Wednesday (c) Saturday Answer: (c). According to the BTS, 83.5 percent of Saturday flights arrived on time across the country in February 2013. The worst day: Friday, with only about 79 percent of flights arriving as scheduled.

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What is the cheapest day to fly domestically? (a) Monday (b) Wednesday (c) Friday

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What’s the deal with your smartphone’s “airplane mode” setting? (a) You can use your phone in airplane mode anytime during your flight (b) You can use your phone to watch videos or go online in airplane mode above 10,000 feet (c) You can’t use your phone anytime during flight, in airplane mode or otherwise

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Answer: (b). Like all personal electronic devices, your cell phone can emit radio energy even when it’s not actively trying to connect to anything. The FAA therefore restricts the use of all such devices below 10,000 feet because of potential interference with the plane’s communications, navigation, flight control, and electronic equipment during the two most critical phases of flight: takeoff and landing. Above 10,000 feet, however, you can use your phone in airplane mode to watch videos, play games, or surf the Web. But don’t expect to be able to talk or text anytime soon: In-flight cell phone use has been banned by the Federal Communications Commission since 1991.

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According to the latest figures, what percentage of baggage is reported lost, damaged, delayed, or stolen? (a) 0.3 percent (b) 3 percent (c) 13 percent Answer: (a). It may seem like you’re always the last person at the baggage carousel, but in reality, very few bags are reported as mishandled, which the Department of Transportation defines as “lost, damaged, delayed, or pilfered.”

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What’s the deal with your smartphone’s “airplane mode” setting? (a) You can use your phone in airplane mode anytime during your flight (b) You can use your phone to watch videos or go online in airplane mode above 10,000 feet (c) You can’t use your phone anytime during flight, in airplane mode or otherwise

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Answer: (b). Like all personal electronic devices, your cell phone can emit radio energy even when it’s not actively trying to connect to anything. The FAA therefore restricts the use of all such devices below 10,000 feet because of potential interference with the plane’s communications, navigation, flight control, and electronic equipment during the two most critical phases of flight: takeoff and landing. Above 10,000 feet, however, you can use your phone in airplane mode to watch videos, play games, or surf the Web. But don’t expect to be able to talk or text anytime soon: In-flight cell phone use has been banned by the Federal Communications Commission since 1991.

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According to the latest figures, what percentage of baggage is reported lost, damaged, delayed, or stolen? (a) 0.3 percent (b) 3 percent (c) 13 percent Answer: (a). It may seem like you’re always the last person at the baggage carousel, but in reality, very few bags are reported as mishandled, which the Department of Transportation defines as “lost, damaged, delayed, or pilfered.”

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By Connie Schultz

Back to the Future My third-grade self-portrait turned out to be weirdly accurate, which made me wonder: How did 8-year-old me prophesy middle-aged me so well?

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f you know the exact whereabouts of everything you own, you’ve probably never known the joy of discovering a priceless artifact from your childhood while searching for the spare fan belt to your vacuum cleaner. Hooray to you for being so organized, but there’s something magical about the daily mayhem of life. Recently, for example, I was rummaging through an old box in the basement for the aforementioned Hoover accessory when, at the very bottom, I found a piece of construction paper. It

looked ancient. And it was, as it turned out to be my third-grade self-portrait, in which I was already a middle-aged woman with few hobbies. It’s uncanny, really, how much my 1965 portrait looks like 2013 me. Full face framed by the basic chin-length triangle of hair, minus the stray grays that flutter like sea oats around my brow. Eyelashes long and black—thank you, volumizing mascara—and a smile set to motherly patience. Judging from the drawing, it’s clear that Mrs. Norton told our

class to draw a few of our special interests, too. Hence the jump rope and roller skates, and the rabbiteared TV console floating next to my head like a spaceship looking for a place to land. I’m trying not to read too much into this matronly image. Perhaps

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I was feeling the weight of my years because Mom was forever warning me to set an example for my siblings. Okay, “forever” may be an exaggeration. She stopped when I was 37. Maybe I’ve just reached that obnoxious period of life when everything is suddenly fraught with meaning. Who, I wonder, did little Connie hope to be? I’m reminded of a scene in one of my favorite movies, Da. Martin Sheen is an Irish-born New York playwright named Charlie who returns to the Emerald Isle to bury his father. But first—and how Irish is this?—Charlie must have countless conversations with his father’s ghost, and a few chats with his younger self, too. (This is my family.) At one point, all three of them are sitting in a pub when adolescent Charlie turns to grown-up Charlie and gives him a withering onceover. “You’re a bit of a disappointment,” young Charlie says. “I mean, I thought I’d do better for myself.” He was a playwright, for cryin’ out loud. Soon to be President Bartlet. I ended up framing my portrait. Sometimes I look at it and wish I could give 8-year-old me a pep talk. Some days, I want to sit her down and tell her that life isn’t as predictable as she thought, but it also isn’t as scary as she feared. And she’s going to have plenty of other dogs to love. Most days, though, I just want to let her know she got it right: A good haircut, your own set of wheels, and an easy smile will get you through just about anything.

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