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American Going Local with their Newest Chef

American decided to go local when they added Chef Stefano Secchi to the roster of Consulting Chefs who design recipes and menus for their inflight dining service. He may not be a world famous celebrity chef (yet), but he and his family are well known to diners in Dallas. Jane and Francesco Secchi opened their first Ferrari’s…

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American Airlines Updates Premium Class Menus for Flights to Seoul and Tokyo

American has added several new meal items to their First and Business Class menus for flights to Tokyo and Seoul. Back when American started service to Seoul in early May, they launched with six meal items that had been created exclusively for the route. The updated DFW/Seoul menu expands the number of dishes that they…

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NEW: Buy on Board Food Choices WIN: @AmericanAir USB Card with Free Gogo Wifi Code

I was on a flight the other day, sitting in coach, and was glancing through the Buy on Board menu and noticed that it was updated March 1 and that there were some new food choices. Over the last few months, chef Marcus Samuelsson has collaborated with American to enhance their premium class food service.…

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Reader poll: A look at an American Airlines dinner menu from 1979

Anthropologist, and U.C. Berkeley professor, George M. Foster was a man that traveled the world for more than 70 years.  His field work took him across the globe to study peasant societies and to document the impact and changes that 20th century technologies had on their cultures. He traveled by airplane, train, and steamship, and…

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A look at the Japanese meal served in American’s International Flagship First Class

Umamimart is a Japanese food blog I follow in my Google Reader subscriptions. And the other day, one of the writers at the blog, Yamahomo, posted a review of the International Flagship Service Japanese meal he was served in first class on an American Airlines flight from Tokyo to JFK. He actually posted photos of…

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