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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Crispy Duck Breast on Celeriac Purée with Braised Duck Leg, Winter Greens and Pomegranate Peppercorn Sauce

Crispy Duck Recipe

Long winter nights can make people want heartier meals that fill the stomach and warm the soul. Duck is a great cold-weather dish with rich flavors and naturally moist and crisp skin that go well in a warm salad, first course, or main dish. Since there are many duck varieties, there are many ways to prepare duck.

In the United States, 95% of commercially produced ducks consumed are White Read More

HOW TO: Duck Breast In-Flight Plating

Duck Breast

Duck is a popular protein found in several Asian and French entrees which has been gaining attention worldwide. The Duck Breast entree pairs duck’s unique flavor profile with sesame, citrus, and mirin (a Japanese condiment) for an unforgettable taste. To complete this gourmet in-flight feast, just follow the five simple plating steps shown in the video, and you have Read More

Corporate Flight Attendant in Georgia – Megan Canizares

Megan Canizares - Corporate Flight Attendant

Whether you enjoy city life, beach-going, or hiking in the mountains, Georgia is a state with a variety of landscapes. With such an interesting mix of opportunities present in this state, we wanted to get a local perspective. Megan Canizares is a flight attendant who resides in St. Simons Island, Georgia, and is available on a contractual basis. Her interview revealed a lot of Read More

Private Aviation Travel Tips for Augusta, Georgia

Private Aviation The Masters Augusta

Located on the Georgia-South Carolina border, Augusta springs to life every April as the host of the Masters Golf Tournament. The arrival of golf’s hottest stars, and their legions of fans, creates a spike in air traffic that your crew will need to plan for in advance. If you are a cabin crew member operating to Augusta for this famous golf tournament and didn’t secure your ticket before Read More

Air Culinaire Worldwide Opens New Miami Kitchen

Last-minute requests & fresh, regional favorites now available at six popular Miami-area ICAOs

Tampa, Florida (Feb 24, 2014) – To facilitate last-minute requests in the busy South Florida region, in-flight catering provider Air Culinaire Worldwide announced it has opened an owned-and-operated kitchen in Read More

HOW TO: Slow-Roasted Chicken In-Flight Plating

Slow Roasted Chicken

Chicken is a versatile meat that serves as the protein portion of countless dishes across many countries and cultures. Slow-Roasted Chicken – with sumac spice, saffron rice, and veloute sauce – celebrates this global appeal by combining Middle Eastern, Pakistani, and French flavors. Best of all, this entree is ready to be presented to your client after just Read More

Colorado Corporate Flight Attendant – Irina Moreland

Colorado Corporate Flight Attendant Irina Moreland

Ski season is in full swing, and there are few places better to go skiing than the Rocky Mountains in Colorado! Between skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, or just relaxing by an open fire with some hot chocolate, Colorado has a little bit of everything to offer everyone. In order to get some local insight into Colorado, Air Culinaire Worldwide interviewed a corporate flight Read More

Quick Tips for Last-Minute In-Flight Catering Requests

Last Minute Catering Orders

Private aviation, and the in-flight catering necessary to feed cabin crew and passengers, are fast-paced industries. The client services representatives at in-flight catering networks are masters of the juggling act. During their daily ten-hour shifts, they manage online orders, data entry, phone calls, responding to client emails and coordinating communication with kitchens and vendors all Read More

Food Origins: Swiss Cheese

Swiss Cheese Fondue

In Switzerland, cheese is a staple, and the word “staple” in this usage is closer to meaning “necessary for survival.” All cultures have food staples, and the reason behind making cheese is easy to guess. Spend one hungry winter in the Alps with nothing to eat and you will find yourself thinking ahead and preparing for the next winter.

As you know, there are many cheeses from Switzerland and they are Read More

HOW TO: Veal Chop In-Flight Plating

Veal Chop

Veal is a tender meat that has been part of Italian cuisine since the time of the Roman Empire. The meat then became popular with French royalty and was considered a delicacy. This dish also features avjar, a red pepper sauce of Serbian origin, which complements the flavor profile of the veal chop. With the following video in-flight plating guide, you will be able to create a veal entree fit for Read More