Redefining In-Flight Catering

Monthly Archives: January 2014

Chef Daddy’s Sweet Heat BBQ Rub

Chef Daddy's Sweet Heat BBQ Rub

One of the essential steps in creating the perfect flavor for barbecue is the usage of a dry rub. Dry rubs are combinations of dry spices massaged into meat, which is then allowed to marinate before cooking. The history of American-style barbecue and dry rubs originates in the colonization of the New World. American Indians in the Caribbean cooked meat by placing it Read More

HOW TO: Char Siu Pork Tenderloin In-Flight Plating

Char Siu Pork Tenderloin Video Plating Guide

Char Siu Pork Tenderloin is a popular dish in Cantonese cuisine. We decided to take the traditional elements of char siu pork and add a new level of color and artistry. While this may seem like a complicated task, the entire plating can be done in five simple steps. Watch as Read More

Private Aviation Tips for the Big Game (Part 2)

Private Aviation Tips Big Game

It’s time for the Big Game. By now, you should have parking, hotels, transportation and catering all lined up for a successful trip. With that being said, here are some helpful tips to make sure all goes as planned:

Teterboro Airport (TEB) Read More

In-Flight Catering Tips for the 2014 Winter Games

Sochi Russia Private Aviation Inflight Catering

The Winter Games and the G8 Summit are both being held in Sochi, Russia this year. This has thrust Sochi into the global spotlight, but there is another test of skills only those in the private aviation industry are aware of: parking and obtaining in-flight catering during extremely busy global events. Since the 2014 Winter Games will be one of the busiest events of 2014 for private air traffic, you will need to give Read More

Food Origins: Russian Borscht

Food Origins Russian Borscht recipe

Borscht is one of the first meals commonly thought of when someone mentions Russian cuisine, but it is a favorite dish in many European countries and parts of China. Even though it is thought of as a cold weather meal, borscht can be served hot or cold. The versatility in ingredients comes from using the local vegetables available in Read More

HOW TO: Filet and Foie In-Flight Plating

Filet Steak and Foie Gras InFlight Plating Guide Video

Filet and Foie offers a memorable combination of tastes, but flavor is only part of the dining experience. Taking the time to creatively plate an entree can make a world of difference. Not only does the right plating make the dish look fabulous, but also it shows off your skills. With six simple steps, you can plate Filet and Foie so that each element of the dish Read More

Russian Contract Flight Attendant – Irina Pashinina

Irina Pashinina Contract Flight Attendant

Russia is in the global spotlight during the first part of 2014, so what better nation to incorporate into one of our first interviews with a contract flight attendant? We didn’t have to look very far to find the perfect person to interview, since Irina Pashinina, a native of Russia, is based in Orlando, Florida; just an hour away from our headquarters.

Irina is a recent graduate from Beyond and Above Read More

Flight Attendant Tips for Private Aviation Travel to Russia

Flight Attendant Tips for Travel to Sochi, Russia

Located on the Black Sea and near the Caucasus Mountains, Sochi is Russia’s largest resort city and has won the honor of hosting the Winter Games. It is a gorgeous place and has its own identity that stands apart from Russian city life. Sochi is more laid back then Moscow and the area has many historical destinations to explore. Sochi will be a very Read More

2013’s Top Food Trends in the United Kingdom

The top food trends in the United Kingdom during 2013 were marked by how people viewed the economic climate. In addition, the European market has grown far more discerning about the specific ingredients in a product instead of accepting a “smoke and mirrors” approach to food.

1. Street Food from Rare Breed Pork to Read More