Donal will be using his skills to give viewers a bullet proof guide to quick cooking, using one pan dinners, 5 ingredient suppers and shop bought cheat meals.

Nutritionist Paula Mee provide nutritional information for each dish allowing viewers to make better food choices.

LA based Donal Skehan's new cookery series is coming home to RTÉ and will teach viewers everything they know about modern meals by learning lots of tips, hints and cooking hacks. After spending a year on the move in different kitchens around the world, before settling in LA earlier this year, Donal realised the need for quick cooking meals with little equipment for the time strapped modern home cook. This series is the ultimate guide to cooking for home cooks across Ireland.

Donal's Meals in Minutes - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-06

Donal's Meals in Minutes - Meal, Ready-to-Eat - Netflix

The Meal, Ready-to-Eat – commonly known as the MRE – is a self-contained, individual field ration in lightweight packaging bought by the U.S. Department of Defense for its service members for use in combat or other field conditions where organized food facilities are not available. While MREs should be kept cool, they do not need to be refrigerated. MREs replaced the canned MCI, or Meal, Combat, Individual rations, in 1981, and is the intended successor to the lighter LRP ration developed by the United States Army for Special Forces and Ranger patrol units in Vietnam. MREs have also been distributed to civilians during natural disasters.

Donal's Meals in Minutes - Resale status - Netflix

be printed on each case of MREs. Despite the warning, there are no laws that forbid the resale of MREs, except by military personnel. Although the government has attempted to discourage sellers from selling MREs, auction sites such as eBay have continued to allow auctions of the MREs because the Department of Defense has been unable to show them any regulations or laws specifically outlawing the practice. According to a spokesman for eBay, “until a law is passed saying you can't sell these things, we're not going to stop them from being sold on the site.” While MREs are not prima facie contraband, the procurement and sale of MREs by military personnel for personal profit is illegal under the Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 108. An investigation done in 2006 for the US Government Accountability Office determined multiple instances where sellers on eBay may have improperly obtained MREs and sold them to the public for private gain. As military MREs are procured using taxpayer dollars, they are intended to be consumed by individuals from authorized organizations and activities. Consequently, “if military MREs are sold to the general public on eBay, then they are clearly not reaching their intended recipients and represent a waste of taxpayer dollars and possible criminal activity.” Further, MREs found on eBay are typically older and closer to their expiry date, having been sourced in “neighborhood yard sales” and “Marine base dumpsters.” The recent growth of MREs listed on eBay (2005) has resulted in a government investigation of whether they were intended for Hurricane Katrina victims, and the news media nickname “Meals Ready for eBay.” Some cases are being sold from Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and other Gulf states affected by Katrina. The internal cost of a 12 pack case of MREs is $86.98 (approx. $7.25 a meal) to the government, much higher than what is actually paid to vendors. That said, MREs can be purchased by civilians directly from the contractors who supply MREs to the United States Government. These MREs are very similar to genuine US Government MREs, differing only in minor details (i.e., design of case and bag or type of spoon). In the Philippines, the government stepped in to stop MREs from being sold in local markets.

U.S. Government Property, Commercial Resale is Unlawful

As a result of earlier unauthorized sales to civilians, the Department of Defense requires that

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