"The quality of food is in inverse proportion to the altitude of the dining room, with airplanes the extreme example."
Bryan Miller (NY Times Restaurant Critic)
"To me, an airplane is a great place to diet."
Remember when the family vacation was the cheapest thing you could do, everybody loaded up in the Country Sedan, gas was 28 cents a gallon, hamburgers were 15 cents, Cokes were a nickle, and ...OK you weren't born yet, but I was. In the past decade, vacation and business travel has made some more monumental changes, and one of the more noticable ones is in airline food.
Bring your air sick bag (your seat cushion serves as a flotation device in case of emergency over water)and join us in food chat Wednesday night at 9 pm ET, as we explore airline food. Please fasten your seat belts and tuck all loose items beneath your seats. We will be cruising at an altitude of about 3 beers and 1 bag of honey roasted peanuts. Have a nice flight! This is your captain, K-roni