Saturday, November 3, 2012

Making the most of your airplane food

Hey all. Hope you are all in the best health and happiness. This post is a super short, but hopefully helpful post. My husband is quite the traveling man, so he's learned a trick or two to help make is flight a little better. One of the tricks he taught me was how to warm up the stale and cold bun, bread or croissant that comes with most airplane food. It's so simple, but you have to do it as soon as your food arrives. When you get your meal, the metal tin/foil covering your main meal is very very hot. If you unwrap your bread and cover it completely, or as much as you can, with your hand and place it over the tin foil that covers your main meal immediately, hold it for about a minute, it will be nice and warm and surprisingly edible. If you wait too long it will not work.

I left the bread a little exposed for the sake of this picture, but for it to really work
 cover the bread completely so the heat is trapped and warming it up. 

A small, but hopefully, useful tip (o: Enjoy!!


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