The art of pasta making is a tradition that has been handed down from one generation to the next since the twelfth century. Pasta is amazingly versatile in shape, ingredients and the foods it goes well with. In this vegetarian pasta recipe, raviolis are stuffed with a goat cheese mixture and Read More
Monthly Archives: September 2014
La viande rouge peut être servie saignante ou bien cuite mais elle a toujours une chair savoureuse. Voici quelques recommandations pour marier la viande rouge et le vin et ainsi proposer un excellent repas à vos passagers.
Le steak bleu ou saignant
Une pièce de bœuf bleue ou saignante est tendre et juteuse. Les tannins des vins Read More
Red meat can be cooked so that it is rare or well-done, but no matter what, it offers a tasty flavor. Here is a brief overview of how to pair wine and beef to create an exceptional in-flight dining experience for your passengers.
Rare and Pittsburgh Blue Steak
Beef that is rare or Pittsburgh Blue appears juicy and Read More
Paris est une ville magique de renommée mondiale en cuisine, la mode, l’art et l’architecture. En visitant Paris, tu seras devant une infinité d’occasions d’expériences, c’est la raison derière la quelle cette ville a une grande réputation dans le monde entier.
Depuis que Paris est une ville d’importance mondiale, Elle connait un trafic élevé Read More
Paris is a magical city world-renown for cuisine, fashion, art and architecture. While visiting Paris, you will be presented with endless opportunities to experience exactly why this city has such a great reputation across the globe.
Since Paris is a city of global importance, it also sees a high-volume of private jet traffic. Serving the private aircraft operating to and from Paris are Le Bourget Airport (LFPB), Orly Airport (LFPO) and Charles de Gaulle Airport (LFPG). Not only is Paris a high-volume air traffic location in Read More
Berlin-style pancakes are one of the most-traditional pastries in Germany. One popular legend says Berliner pancakes were invented in 1756 by a Berlin confectioner. The legend states that he wanted to serve as a gunner under the Prussian King Frederick the Great, but was unfit for military service. However, he was grateful that he was allowed to stay as a field baker in the regiment. As a “thank you” gift, he created the first pancake and gave the dough pieces the shape of cannonballs. He then baked them, since no ovens were available, over an open fire in a Read More
Can you imagine working at a restaurant where each table had a specific request for how they wanted their meal plated? That is the everyday reality for an aviation caterer. Chefs working for private jet caterers are trained in all aspects of aviation catering, and the variability of packaging requests are just one of the many facets that are part of normal operations.
While there may Read More
Oktoberfest, also known as “Wiesn,” is fast approaching, so what better location to explore than Munich, Germany? Located on the River Isar in Bavaria, Munich’s history traces its roots back to the 1100s, which is evident when exploring the city’s architecture. Additionally, Munich has a mild climate throughout the year, with average lows in September reaching 48 F (9 C) so make sure to Read More
Seattle is home to a large seaport, so it is natural that seafood is popular here. A particular local favorite is the Dungeness crab. While crab can be served in a variety of preparations, this recipe features Dungeness in a mayonnaise-based salad, perfect for a sandwich. The portions below yield between Read More
As flight attendants, we must always be aware of not only what our passengers bring onboard, but also of what we bring onboard to maintain our aircraft. Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) are all around us. We must be alert and able to recognize potentially hazardous materials that could affect our flight.
HAZMAT refers to an article or substance that has potentially hazardous characteristics. When transported, these items Read More