Airplane food: You can only call it haute cuisine because it's served at a haute of 35,000 feet. Given its functional nature, the best a traveler can hope for is good nutrition. Alas, that is only selectively true, according to the second annual survey of airline and airport food by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). The PCRM gives top ranking to United Airlines for its cholesterol-free vegetarian steak with just six percent fat. American, TWA, and Northwest also offer ...

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