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New Children’s Menus on Lufthansa

Submitted by on July 14, 2019 – 8:42 amNo Comment

Lufthansa Children's Menu Special to Road Trips for Foodies
From Lufthansa

With new meals, Lufthansa provides young guests with fun and variety on flights

“Rice pudding mouse”, “dragon feet”, and the “hen house” — these and other imaginative dishes are offered to young passengers on board all Lufthansa long-haul flights, as well as longer flights within Europe from Germany.

The dishes were created by the two-star Michelin chef Alexander Herrmann, who presented his creations to an international panel of 13 children in March.

The children between the ages of four and nine tasted a large number of creative meals prepared by LSG chefs. They could then choose their favorite dishes. The “dragon feet” (poultry sausages served with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes) and the “rice pudding mouse” (a composition of creamed rice pudding and raspberries, pictured above left) were particularly popular.

Teaching children to enjoy good food at an early age is a priority for Alexander Herrmann. Through his appearances on many TV networks, his three restaurants in Nuremberg and Wirsberg, and his cooking school, the Franconian chef has already inspired many people on the topic of nutrition.

The new children’s menus can be ordered in advance (up to 24 hours before departure) and free-of-charge for all Lufthansa long-haul flights and for some longer Lufthansa flights within Europe for children under the age of twelve.

Here’s a video about the new menu:

(Photo and video courtesy of Deutsche Lufthansa AG)

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