Redefining In-Flight Catering

Monthly Archives: September 2015

Recipe: Summer Corn Cakes

Summer Corn Pancakes

With summer coming to an end, nothing beats the sweet taste of summer corn. Corn’s sweet flavors are great for any meal and make it a versatile ingredient. My family and I enjoy grilling the whole cob and adding compound herb butter to it. So, what do you do with the extra cobbs to make something unique your family would enjoy? Summer corn cakes are great way to use leftovers and still have great Read More

Corporate Flight Attendant – Angie Doty

Today we are proud to feature Angie Doty, a corporate flight attendant based out of the Southwestern region of the United States. Angie kicked off her career in business aviation a year ago, and today she shares her insights into Read More

8 Inflight Service Tips for Corporate Flight Attendants

Inflight service tips

Below you will find eight service tips for serving your passengers (or as we call them in the industry, “pax”) on a private jet. Along with these tips, you will find questions to help you work through various scenarios. As always, if you have additional tips or questions, be sure to Read More

Gluten-Free Vegan Sautéed Chickpeas

Gluten-Free Vegan Chickpeas Recipe

So you have to feed a gluten-free vegan? No problem!

It seems like every time you turn around, someone else is trying a gluten-free diet for various reasons or, more difficult, a vegan diet. Most of the time people associate these diets with strange ingredients like xanthan gum, tofu, seitan or other unusual substitution for wheat and meat products. My goal with this recipe for sautéed chickpeas is to open your mind to the idea that gluten-free and vegan Read More

Business Aviation Travel Tips and In-flight Catering for St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri Bizav

With the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) Regional Forum in St. Louis this week, it is the perfect time to get to know more about this capital city in the Midwestern United States. Let’s explore the city known as the Gateway to the West.

Like most of the more northern states in the country, the peak Read More

Recipe: Puerto Rican Pinchos

Puerto Rican Pinchos Recipe

My wife and I have a yearly tradition of celebrating our wedding anniversary by planning a week somewhere in the world to get away and relax; just the two of us. We take turns each year picking the destination and activities, but to keep it interesting, we keep the location a secret from the other until the day we depart for our holiday. To be fair, we do give each other hints the closer the time gets to departure to ensure the proper clothing, shoes and accessories are packed. This year was my turn, so I decided to take us to Read More

Demystifying Culinary Terminology

Demystifying Culinary Terminology

Have you noticed that, over recent years, food has become increasingly (for lack of a better word) trendy? Be it due to the channels allowing us to socialize our cooking and dining, our DIY nature that has us reading cooking magazines, watching television shows and engaging in social media (think: Pinterest and Epicurious); food, cooking, dining. They are all Read More

Recipe: Spanish Garbanzo Beans and Spinach

Spanish Garbanzo and Spinach

Growing up with a strong Spanish cultural influence, I have grown to love garbanzo beans. This specific type of bean is very popular in Spanish cuisine, especially in the south of Spain. Garbanzo beans are a legume and can be called a variety of names, like chickpeas, and have a long history in the culinary world dating back 7,500 years. Garbanzo beans most likely originated in Turkey and were cultivated by the ancient Egyptians then transported around the Mediterranean by merchants. In southern Spain, you Read More