Monday, August 8, 2016

Insane Airline Meals Of The Past

To mark their 70th anniversary, Norway-based Scandinavian Airlines released a collection of vintage photographs of onboard dining in the 1950s to 1980s depicting passengers being served some tasty bites in such an elegant way that is nowhere to be seen today. Plane food has just changed so much compared to the last couple of decades. Guests were supplied by everything from juicy lobsters and caviar to freshly sliced ham and meat.

"A little bit of cocaine if you have it would be great."

What do I do with my shells?
Where is the hot sauce for these crawdads?

Look at that hanging meat and that huge shank of ham.
Unbelievable that they would serve that turtleneck wearing punk.
Suit jackets and dresses only on board.


1 comment:

Tim Knight said...

And to think I got excited being served curry on a china plate when I flew first class with Emirates!