Monday, June 3, 2013

AIRPLANE FOOD

Some of you may recall my mention in a recent post of when SWMBO and I took a couple of tasty sandwiches from local sandwich shop Duck and Decanter on an airplane.  Here's that mention from May 30th.


The sandwiches are so good we once stopped there on our way to the airport and got our own airline food for our trip to England.  When we opened the bags on the plane we were the envy of the place.  We each had picked a sandwich called The Whole Thing - imported ham, oven roasted turkey breast and Italian dry salami.  The smell of garlic filled the airplane cabin and had mouths watering everywhere. 


Anyway today I was reading the Prescott (Arizona) Daily Courier and was struck by this article written by Judy Bluhm.  Maybe we started something!

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In other news, I'm still waiting for my new computer to arrive.  (Tick-tick-tick)

UPDATE:  The new computer arrived shortly after I wrote this.  Looks good, runs great.

3 comments:

  1. Smart traveling for sure. I've always wondered how the airline caterers managed to make a meal and somehow suck all the flavor out of it?

    Good luck with the new 'puter. :)

    S

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  2. Here's to good computing for you.

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  3. No beans allowed within five rows of my seat!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPIP9KXdmO0

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