By Susan Wood/.
Martha Stewart has a very particular, well-curated lifestyle. She has only the most photogenic dogs. She manages her own social media with style, and she grows her own gourds for decorative gourd season. Put simply, Martha Stewart does things her way—both on land and in the air. In an interview with The New York Times, the lifestyle mogul noted that she travels with her own menu of gourmet food, some of it provided by her very own poultry.
“I try to avoid plane food most of the time,” she said. “I just don’t find it very appetizing. And my hard-boiled eggs are just so much better than any eggs on the plane. They’re from my own chickens. I take them for everybody I’m traveling with.”
Why, one might ask, would you need to have eggs for a flight? More importantly, what airline readily serves a big, heaping plate of eggs? Is Martha Stewart just flying on planes carrying crates of eggs? There are many queries here.
But if you’re not in the mood for a plane ride with that very distinct hard-boiled egg odor, Stewart can also whip up a tasty snack of “a delicious smoked salmon sandwich on seven-grain bread” or “a tabbouleh salad.” A “homemade yogurt with applesauce” is an option on the Stewart in-flight menu as well.
If you do go for the farm-fresh eggs, never fear; you can wash off that eggy scent in the bathroom. Martha Stewart brings her own bar of travel soap, too.
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