Thursday, June 11, 2009

Airport Guide for Summer Travel

I just found a fabulous website that is perfect for the travel season. Airport Guides offers a listing of every airport in the US and some International airports. The listing is broken down into several categories, one of which is Restaurants. The restaurants are listed by area/gate, so you can look in advance to see if your terminal has a Chick-fil-A or a Wendy's (my favorite gluten free fast food) prior to your trip.

I don't know about you, but I find it comforting to know my food options in advance at the airport. I always travel with an abundance of food, but it is nice to be able to get something hot at the airport that is safe.

Some of my favorite foods to travel with are:

Tools to take with you
Plastic Utensils

Condiment packages- salad dressing, mayo, catchup, mustard, etc.

Salt/Pepper packets

Napkins/wet wipes

Toast - It Bags for bread toasting at your final destination

Hard boiled eggs - you can use mayo and salt packets to make egg salad

Tuna in a foil bag

Trail Mix

Protein Bar

Dried Fruit/Fresh Fruit

Dried soup mix in a cup - you can make this on the plane or anywhere you can find hot water

Cookie 2-packs - Enjoy Life Snickerdoodle or Liz Lovely Ginger

Coconut/Curry Wraps by Improveat - these wraps are great for chicken salad, tuna salad, or just with a little hummus.

Peanut butter/Almond butter by Justin's Nut Butter - these are individual foil packages of nut butter, so there is no trouble getting it through security and it is easy to get it out of the package with no mess

Dried Vegetables - green beans, peas and carrots

St. Dalfour - canned meals (compact) that come complete with a fork and salt and pepper packets. These meals can be eaten cold or microwaved in the container. Their Three Bean and Salmon with Vegetables meals are gluten free and available at Return to Eden

Carrots and Celery

Dried Cereal

Ener-G - Light Tapioca Loaf for toasting, sandwiches and french toast

Enjoy the travel season!

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