Food Jude Law has a simple trick for making airplane food taste better

22:25  11 july  2018
22:25  11 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Chef reveals simple £2 trick Jude Law told him for making plane food taste good . Updated: 26th June 2018, 7:37 am. PLANE food is so bad that it makes school dinners seem tasty .

Flight secrets: Chef Jason Atherton reveals how to make plane food taste better – and he picked the hack up from actor Jude Law . The Michelin-starred chef told Indian newspaper Live Mint: “It was Law who told me to always take Tabasco on a plane . Airplane food is always bland

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  • British chef Jason Atherton, who trained under Gordon Ramsay, says he tries to avoid eating on planes.
  • However, he says he learned his best tip from Hollywood actor Jude Law.
  • Law apparently always travels with a bottle of Tabasco, and covers his plane food in it.

Be wary of eggs, don't drink coffee, and stick to bottled water – the advice on what to order and what to avoid when it comes to airline food is endless.

If you're wary of what's served in the air, you might be better off preparing your own meal to take on board — something British chef Jason Atherton, who trained under Gordon Ramsay, occasionally does, although he admits to trying "not to eat on planes (at all)."

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Flight secrets: This one cheap trick (from Jude Law ) will make plane food taste better . PLANE food is notoriously bland so it’s great news that top chef Jason Atherton has unveiled his travel tip to make in flight meals better - and he picked the hack up from actor Jude Law .

PLANE food is so bad that it makes school dinners seem tasty . But one top chef has a nifty trick for improving the taste - Jason Atherton, who earned a Mic. Jason was told to use the spicy sauce by his friend Jude Law . It makes sense that something spicy, like Tabasco sauce, improves the

"My favourite is a cold protein salad made from cooked salmon, brushed with a little bit of teriyaki sauce and fresh chili over the top, and some blanched vegetables," he told LiveMint. "I make it at home and put it in my backpack — and eating it 6 or 7 hours later, it's great."

At the helm of a global restaurant empire with eateries in the likes of London, New York, and Hong Kong, Atherton logs around 500,000 miles in the air each year.

However, he says he learned his best tip from Hollywood actor Jude Law.

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"It was Law who told me to always take Tabasco on a plane," he said. "Airplane food is always bland, so it's great to give it kick."

While Atherton says he can avoid eating on board for up to 12 hours, he added: "If I go to Australia, I have to eat, obviously, because it's 24 hours on a plane for me.

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CELEBRITY chef Jason Atherton reveals how to make plane food taste better . Apparently, Jude Law was the one who told him that the fiery condiment can add some flavour to mile high meals.

PLANE food is so bad that it makes school dinners seem tasty . But one top chef has a nifty trick for improving the taste – Jason “I just eat the protein, drowned in Tabasco, which tastes OK — well , it tastes of Tabasco, to be honest.” Jason was told to use the spicy sauce by his friend Jude Law .

"I just eat the protein, drowned in Tabasco, which tastes OK — well, it tastes of Tabasco, to be honest."

Next time you travel, it might be worth taking a bottle on board.

Related video: How Tabasco sauce is made


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