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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Todd English, flight attendant

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Starting in November, chef Todd English's food will be sold on Delta Air Lines. According to a press release, a smoked salmon and egg salad croissant; roast beef Cobb sandwich; chicken and avocado wrap; beet, walnut, Manchego, and spinach salad; and Olives' hummus are among the items Delta is considering. Nothing too revolutionary, but sounds tastier than a lot of the other food for sale on planes (a concept that I still find just wrong). And it will be so cool to see English preparing the food in the galley, then wheeling the little cart up and down the aisles! Wait, he is going to be in the galley, right?

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