I always like to show what airplanes provide to their customers. It's a good way to remember to bring some of your own food to eat on the plane. Otherwise, you'll be served this stuff...well, that is if you're flying economy like me. If you're lucky enough to fly business or even first class then these pictures really wouldn't pertain to you. Food is significantly better in those sections of the plane, especially if you're flying internationally.
Below is my dinner on Air France flying out of JFK headed to CDG. The main dish was chicken with mushrooms in wine sauce with a side of pasta. Of course the chicken was ridiculously salty. It was mandatory to mix it with the pasta to make it the least bit edible. The accompanying cabbage salad was terrible. It has a sweet flavor and too soft texture. It was obviously overdressed. The dinner roll was cold and the brownie cake was disastrously sweet but not very chocolaty tasting. This meal was pretty much a disaster except for the Mott's apple sauce. Sugar free and green apple flavor, it had a nice refreshing tartness to it.
A few hours later, we were served breakfast which was a blueberry muffin, some yogurt, and orange juice. I didn't have anything except for the orange juice. The muffin was stone cold so it didn't seem very appetizing.
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Charles De Gaulle International Airport