It’s true that you can actually get a good meal, maybe even a great one, with wine pairings to boot, on an airplane — that is, if you’re flying first class. For main cabin passengers, it’s another story altogether. Airlines have whittled down their complimentary onboard options to a selection of itty-bitty packets of peanuts and pretzels — and that’s if you’re lucky. And while we will admit to having a weakness for those Delta Biscoff cookies, the spicy speculoos-like treats aren’t enough to sustain us on a flight longer than a couple hours.
So, while we have a few tried-and-true go-tos, we’re always on the lookout for new ideas. And who better to turn to for advice than someone who spends the better part of her days at 35,000 feet?
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