Flying foodies soar as in-flight food ratings rocket

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/17/travel/inflight-food-review-websites/index.html

    lWe've all seen it before -- you're in a restaurant and the person at the table next to you has their camera phone out and is happy-snapping their chosen dish before uploading it to one of the many social media sites out there.

    Food lovers the world over are now taking their cuisine-capturing antics to the skies as airlines find more and more of their dishes are ending up online.

    Airlinemeals.net is one such site that travelers are posting their pictures to and with over 26,000 photos and counting of more than 600 flight operators, the industry is taking notice.

    Read More: http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/17/travel/inflight-food-review-websites/index.html
     
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    We take photos during our flights too esp. of the food and drinks offerings and lovin' it!:)
     
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    Unless the airline is Japanese/Mid-Eastern or South Asian, I request a Hindu meal. International flights with US-based and Chinese airlines have me cringe at their offerings, so when available, I pre-order.
     
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    Is the title a joke? "in flight food ratings rocket"? Even in first class the food is barely edible on US airlines :(
     

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