This French re-enactment group, Association Eperon 132 based in Crouy, Aisne, had restored a German WW1 Field Kitchen unit, type Hf11.
This piqued my interest, so I started with a look at the Association's Facebook page.
|This is how they found it|
|This is the kitchen after restoration|
Then I looked for general info. The kitchen is designed with a 200 litre stew pot, enough for a hungry battalion. It was designed to allow the food to cook whilst the troops marched so at the end of the day, the troops would have a hot meal ready when they camped. It also has a 90 litre coffee pot. I believe the German troops nicknamed these "goulash cannons".
|This field kitchen is at the Australian War Memorial|