|Subject: Re: Airline food|
Back when the domestic American airlines did serve food, I always ordered the cold seafood plate for lunch or dinner. I got 4 or 5 big fat shrimp with the tails on plus a pile of shredded crab meat, some ziti pasta and grilled vegetables (usually zucchini). Everything was unseasoned, but lemon juice, cocktail sauce, salt and pepper usually perked things right up.
As many travellers within the US know, almost all of the domestic airlines have now dropped meal service in coach class. Even if you are travelling from LA to NY (a five hour flight), there is no hot food. You might get a snack box. Or perhaps you can buy a sandwich on board. But otherwise, you are on your own for sustenance.
Mark in Los Angeles