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nprontheroad:

People  always ask me what the food is like on Air Force One. This must be because regular airplane food is so terrible (correction mediocre) and it makes for a good point of comparison. 

So, here’s the dinner we had on the flight to Kansas City.

It is a steak Gorgonzola fettuccine Alfredo with fresh spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and a balsamic vinegar glaze. I have to say it’s kind of disconcerting to sit on an airplane eating food and have it actually taste home made. 

This is definitely better than regular airplane food and, sad to say, better than much of what I cook at home. The food is all prepared on-board by Air Force personnel. And according to the White House website, “the plane’s two food preparation galleys can feed 100 people at a time.”

Actually very neat

nprontheroad:

People  always ask me what the food is like on Air Force One. This must be because regular airplane food is so terrible (correction mediocre) and it makes for a good point of comparison.

So, here’s the dinner we had on the flight to Kansas City.

It is a steak Gorgonzola fettuccine Alfredo with fresh spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and a balsamic vinegar glaze. I have to say it’s kind of disconcerting to sit on an airplane eating food and have it actually taste home made. 

This is definitely better than regular airplane food and, sad to say, better than much of what I cook at home. The food is all prepared on-board by Air Force personnel. And according to the White House website, “the plane’s two food preparation galleys can feed 100 people at a time.”

Actually very neat

mets:

Duda right thing!!!

Clever

hulu:

Filmed across 12 years, “Boyhood”, which opens July 11th, condenses childhood into a three-hour epic about family, growing up, and ultimately, what it means to be alive. It’s also put that “Ferris Bueller" quote about life moving fast on loop in our heads.

Just heard about this and it seems so cool.

hulu:

Filmed across 12 years, “Boyhood”, which opens July 11th, condenses childhood into a three-hour epic about family, growing up, and ultimately, what it means to be alive. It’s also put that “Ferris Bueller" quote about life moving fast on loop in our heads.

Just heard about this and it seems so cool.

mets:

Double BARTOLO!!!!

The moment we all waited for and I missed it.

mets:

Double BARTOLO!!!!

The moment we all waited for and I missed it.

Too soon? Probably too soon.

Too soon? Probably too soon.

If you’re from ohio can you tell me who sloopy is? Also your city kinda sucks.

mlb:

Bare hand, glove. Doesn’t matter, David Wright will just keep being awesome.

Oh yeah d-wright

siphotos:

Joba Chamberlain had been almost unhittable since his August call-up, but he finally succumbed to a swarm of insects that invaded Cleveland’s Jacobs Field in the late innings of Game 2 of the 2007 ALDS. After snuffing out an Indians rally in the seventh inning, Chamberlain was distracted enough by the bugs in the eighth to allow a walk and two wild pitches that helped the Indians tie the game. Cleveland went on to win 2-1 and finished off the Yankees in Game 4. (AP)
GALLERY: Memorable Division Series Moments

Really hope these bugs aren’t there, that would suck.

siphotos:

Joba Chamberlain had been almost unhittable since his August call-up, but he finally succumbed to a swarm of insects that invaded Cleveland’s Jacobs Field in the late innings of Game 2 of the 2007 ALDS. After snuffing out an Indians rally in the seventh inning, Chamberlain was distracted enough by the bugs in the eighth to allow a walk and two wild pitches that helped the Indians tie the game. Cleveland went on to win 2-1 and finished off the Yankees in Game 4. (AP)

GALLERY: Memorable Division Series Moments

Really hope these bugs aren’t there, that would suck.

yahoosports:

balldontlie:

Because, Shaq.

Shaqtin’ a fool.

The big aristotle