Edward Taylor, a 16th-century New England Puritan not given to excess, nevertheless saw fit to describe the spiritual in terms of the flesh when he wrote of the sacraments, “It’s food too fine for angels.”
Food too fine for angels, indeed. Business jet passengers may not fly as high as angels, but their expectations in terms of cabin cuisine are no less lofty. And those who cater to these individuals are intent on seeing that those expectations are met, whether it’s a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich for the kids or lemon chicken au buerre blanc for the more sophisticated palate.
Healthier fare and Specialty Foods article by Kirby J. Harrison Link to the Press Release in Aviation International News