Airline Launches New Cookbook

January 3, 2019

At one time flying was a luxurious adventure that served delicious meals prepared by world-renowned chefs. Today much of that luxury is reserved for first and business class passengers. But now even those who are not a fan of air travel can eat like they're in the front of the airplane as United has launched its very own cookbook. The United Polaris Cookbook is a collection of mouthwatering recipes inspired by the United Polaris onboard dining experience. The 40 recipes contained in the book were designed by United's executive chefs, as well as chefs from the Trotter Project, a nonprofit that provides educational programs in culinary arts and the restaurant industry. Surprisingly, the airline isn't the first to publish its own cookbook: American West, Hawaiian Airlines, Delta, American Airlines and Southwest all have, too. Southwest published Feel the Spirit, Savor the Fare in 2006. Delta most recently published First-Class Meals, which was compiled by flight attendants, in 1987, but also put out several cookbooks in the '60s and '70s. In 1964, American Airlines published My Fair Lady Cooks, a cookbook for 'fair ladies.'  The United Polaris Cookbook sells for $29.99 at the United web site.

SOURCE: Daily Mail

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