1. I’m like you too – used to love airplane food but gone off it these couple of years for roughly the same reason as yours.

    About the Oreos, I know there are several varieties/flavours – but we in Hong Kong only get the standard-issue variety. I’ve never gotten use to Oreos – they’re just too sweet for me.

    • Sara

      Yeah, same in England … for now! I expect there will be more soon though. London has become so Americanized in the past couple years. There aren’t many shops or many things I can’t get here anymore.

  2. Welcome back! Heading back to England just means you’re that much closer to Portland. You can see where my priorities are.

    Airplane food is…interesting. Some of the stuff on the United flights to/from Portugal/Spain was more edible than normal. I was pleasantly surprised. Some of it was just gross, though. Have you read in the flight magazines about how certain airlines win food awards and stuff? I’m like HOW? WHO IS JUDGING THIS?!

    The flavors of Oreos are just getting out of hand. It’s one thing to change the colors for holidays or whatever but to actually change the flavor seems sacrilege!

    • Sara

      HAHA no, I never saw that, but seriously how do you get that job?? I have read about airplane food though, and how it’s a real test for chefs because people taste differently up in the air. That was pretty interesting. Clearly they haven’t figured out the formula yet.

      I am so excited about Portland!! It’s only a month away now!

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