The Sadness and Glory of Food on Trays

I know there are a lot of blogs out there that will promote other sites on a regular basis and I do it as well sometimes, but really, not that much. I have no blogroll and my links section only has a few sites listed in there. It’s not that I find the practice useless, it’s more that I am extremely picky in the sites that I like or feel worthy to recommend to others.
This is what brings me to Airline Meals.net. This site is nothing more than a collection of meals on airplanes, a lot like my Praving Gallery is a collection of crappy (yet admirable) ways to fix things. But I respect this site and I like it as it celebrates the glory and the folly of dining in the clouds.
We’ve all had crappy meals on flights (and if you haven’t you don’t fly much) and I enjoy the fact that I can see how some really good meals look (like those on Air France) and commiserate on the really bad ones, such as my most recent flight back to the US on Virgin Atlantic. It does appear that they’re revamping the site a bit currently, so I’m curious how the new one will add up with its 19,000 or so pictures of food on trays.
The Sadness and Glory of Food on Trays