You mean you don't have First of Business class service and a company policy that the FAs must check on you every 30 minutes. .d328pilot said:What kinds of food do you bring to snack on for a long haul flight???
A cup of dip spit can get pretty nasty also.minitour said:sunflower seeds, water and a few slim fast bars...but the already shelled sunflower seeds...the worst is trying to dump out a cup of sunflower seeds at 6,500' in a 152..........just don't do it.
flew with a guy a few weeks ago...always has his "spit bottle"...so he pulled out a bottle and I assumed all was normal, opens it up....it smelled like he pulled mud or "punched a grumpy" or whatever....right then and there. He later tells me he has had that bottle in his flight case for a year.....nasty nasty stuff.garf12 said:A cup of dip spit can get pretty nasty also.
I really like that idea, we use those all the time in the desert, never thought about using for flyingDash8 said:and one of those 'camel paks' half filled with ice, topped off with water
CA1900 said:Bananas, cereal bars, corn, crab cakes, cabbage, refried beans, apples. And coffee with milk to wash it down. And a quart of apple juice.
It's great, I get the whole cockpit to myself.
Seriously, I like Clif Bars a lot.[/QUOTE
Ya beat me to the punch. I would add White Castles to the list.
I believe the question was what kind of FOOD do you bring. Funyuns (spelled correctly, by the way) do not qualify as food.Dr Pokenhiemer said:I find that a bag of Funions really stinks up the cockpit if you really want to tick someone off.