Cantaloupe, honey dew melon, butter.
San Francisco (SFO) to Paris (CDG), United Airlines
Nothing says, “Welcome to Paris!” quite like an United Airlines breakfast – NOT! This was a veritable slap in the face, lol. The croissant was limp, chewy, and rock hard in some places. And they served the cheapest fruit you can buy. Huh, I’m really not surprised at the quality and item choice from United though. I’ve never associated United Airlines with delicious food or outstanding service. C’est la vie!
Styrofoam Hummer H1 (low mileage, always garaged), 2005, Andrew Junge, SFO Terminal 3.
“That’s life” on the airplane!
Thank god I’m not an flight attendant!
You would be very skinny – no good food to eat other than those slightly edible brownies – and flight attendants can have a (ahh-hem) “liquid” diet!
I just flew US Airways, I was pretty disappointed with their choice in breakfast. We got a Orange Pineapple Muffin Top (that’s it) And it was super sweet. I was thinking they would give us a croissant and ham and cheese. I mean we were going to Germany. I have had much better. They are getting cheaper and less caring about what they feed people. I’m sure first class got full breakfasts.
I’ve had that muffin top on US Airways too, lol! Yeah, food quality is next to nothing on airlines these days unless you’re in first class. 😦