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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Parsnips, Snails or Jellied Eels – Which is a Weird Food?

Mussels, prawns, scallops and lobster are amongst my favourite foods, but any mention of snails is more than my taste buds can face. They are all shellfish or edible molluscs, but I simply can’t bring myself to eat snails, whereas my French colleagues are puzzled by my squeamishness. They, on the other hand, are appalled that in Britain, roast Read More

The Moscow Mule – Ginger Shrub Recipe

Moscow Mule Recipe

Born in the Forties and popularized in the Fifties, the Moscow Mule is the perfect summer thirst quencher. This retro classic’s ginger bite is balanced with the lime juice and honey of our Ginger Shrub, and is Read More

HOW TO: Lobster Bisque In-Flight Plating Video

Lobster bisque is a popular soup that will be a welcomed addition to any in-flight menu. Presentation is key for transforming this from a simple soup to a culinary experience, complete with Read More

Shrubs and the Modern Cocktail

Within the resurgent craft bar movement is a curious, centuries old preparation known as a shrub that is quickly growing in popularity again. Having almost died out during the prohibition era, an endless variety of shrubs are again being utilized to enliven and elevate cocktails.

In simplest terms, a shrub is fruit juice that has been sweetened Read More

Air Culinaire Worldwide Plans New In-flight Catering Facility in Paris

inflight catering paris new facility

Paris (May 18, 2015) – At EBACE 2015, Air Culinaire Worldwide (Exhibit #W073) announced plans to begin construction of a new in-flight catering facility located at Paris-Le Bourget Airport (LBG / LFPB). The new 800-square-metre facility (slated to open in April 2016), will be CE-Certified – the highest Read More

Air Culinaire Worldwide Expands Global Network Team to Provide Specialized Service

 

Air Culinaire Worldwide Network Team

Tampa, Florida (May 18, 2015) – Air Culinaire Worldwide has expanded its global vendor sourcing team to support the growth of the company’s network of catering partners. The global in-flight catering network currently stands at more than 1,000 vendors and continues to grow as demand for in-flight catering rises internationally. Read More

In-Flight Catering and Business Aviation Tips for Barcelona, Spain

inflight catering barcelona

Summer is almost here for countries in the Northern Hemisphere, and peak season is in full swing for Barcelona, Spain. Located in the Catalonia region of Spain, Barcelona has the sixth largest population in Europe. This, along with a vibrant culture and year-round pleasant climate, mean that you are likely to Read More

HOW TO: Napa Salad with Duck In-Flight Plating Video

Napa Duck plating

Duck provides lean protein and gives your passengers a change of pace, so you can avoid menu fatigue. Follow these six steps, and you will have a memorable culinary presentation in about one minute. Be sure to share photos of you own plating techniques with us on your Read More

New York Corporate Flight Attendant – Simone Johnson

Corporate Flight Attendant Simone Johnson

Bali, Indonesia is a tropical paradise that leaves a lasting impact on many who are fortunate enough to spend time there. One corporate flight attendant who has experienced the magic of Bali first-hand is Simone Johnson. In fact, she developed such a connection with Bali that it is her favorite destination in the world. Let’s get to know more about Simone and her Read More