Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Special Chinese food for you.......

This airplane meal leaves little to the imagination  

New York Post By Yaron Steinbuch December 19, 2016

This meal is fit for members of the mile-high club.
A Qantas business flier en route from Sydney to Brisbane got an eyeful when a flight attendant delivered her afternoon snack of six dumplings and something very phallic.
Neither her tray table nor her side dish was in the upright position — but the mysterious shriveled veggie took food porn to new heights.
“I asked the server what it was … and he told me that it was a root vegetable,” she told news.com.au. “I asked him to pass me my phone so I could take a photo … I never take photos of food but this was too funny to pass up.
“He blushed and was very apologetic, I don’t think he had ever seen anything quite like it … the lady next to me was cracking up,” she said on condition of anonymity.
The puzzled passenger left the blackened rod untouched — but scarfed down the dumplings and described them as “delicious.”

She later posted her penile pic on Facebook.
“Is that food, or in-flight entertainment?” one user asked.
“Did you ask for a stiff drink to accompany it?” another inquired.
“Definitely a root vegetable they couldn’t serve on Virgin,” a third added.
Food connoisseurs finally agreed that the salacious serving was almost certainly eggplant.
The Qantas domestic business class menu is developed in conjunction with Neil Perry, a chef with Aussie restaurant group Rockpool.
“The cornerstone of good cooking is to source the finest produce,” the site says under its Qantas section.
“Rockpool Consulting endeavours to deliver above and beyond in-flight, bringing restaurant quality to the skies with one eye always cast on consistency, seasonality and quality of food.”
In a statement, Qantas described the innuendo-infused meal as: “Steamed Vegetarian Dumplings with Chilli Black Vinegar and Soy Dressing. The dumplings are accompanied with steamed Japanese Eggplant, which is used commonly in Asian meals. Based on this picture, we may look at renaming it Dumpling Surprise.”
The woman, who planned to fly Qantas to LA next week, laughed off the episode, telling news.com.au she has “high hopes” for her next in-flight meal.


edutcher said...

She should have deep throated it.

ricpic said...

Rogue Asparagus!

AprilApple said...

The turd is a nice touch. Sure.

bagoh20 said...

It's always in the last place you look.

chickelit said...

I'm surprised that Titus didn't notice the "brown hog."

AprilApple said...

Pot stickers and turds - my favorite!

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Dick food is good, ask most politicians.

Titus said...

I miss airline food on US flights. I loved the little trays and miced food.

Midwest Express, a now defunct Milwaukee airline, used to serve lobster on their flights and yummy warm chocolate chip cookies.

I flew Emirates once and it had amazing food and the flight attendants looked like flight attendants looked in the 70's in the U.S.

Leland said...

I'm with April. Yeah, I see the obvious phallic image, but even if your removed the leaf, it still looks like a turd on the plate.

bagoh20 said...

"miced food"