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Old 10-02-2007, 06:51 PM
kellyo kellyo is offline
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Smile making menus

Does anyone have any tips/formats/pictures on how to make/present a nice food menu for my clients? I do not like to use the ones from catering, too generic? Thank you
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Old 10-04-2007, 04:32 PM
jetfoody jetfoody is offline
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I like to use picture frames.
I get a supply of really nice paper and have it cut to size for the frame.
I use either a gold or silver (thin) magic marker and I write the menus out myself.
You could display it on the credenza by your fruit basket or your flowers before take off.
After take off I give it to the person that I will be serving first and they generally pass it on down the cabin.
I've had positive responce with this. =)
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Old 10-04-2007, 06:37 PM
E-flight E-flight is offline
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You can also print menus from your computer (easier from home, for 1st leg,) on nice paper, then cut and paste it onto card stock. Or use ribbon or clips to attach it to heavier card stock. On the road, you can print it on nice light color card stock, and decorate it with cards or postcards attached. I always try to use large type so people can read it. I like the idea of a picture frame...
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Old 10-05-2007, 05:50 PM
jetfoody jetfoody is offline
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I like your idea as well E!
You must be an artist!
That's a lot of work, but very cool.
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