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LSG Group: How can we make crews’ life easier?

The LSG Group provides several on-board services, handles equipment and logistics and prepares delicious meals following an integrated approach to create individual passenger experiences. But we don’t just think about how to make passengers happy. We also explore how we can mak...

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Turning Carrots into Flowers: A DIY on Vegetable Carving

Chances are, you have been to a Thai restaurant and seen those wonderfully carved rose-shaped carrots decorating your plate. You might have wondered whether these carvings were done by hand or with some kind of machine. At the LSG Group, we know that it is all done by hand – an...

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German Christmas Markets in Texas?

  Traveling from Texas to Europe requires a long journey, so many here in the “Lone Star State” don’t have the luxury of experiencing the magic of an authentic German Christmas market.  Lucky for Texans, European roots run deep throughout the state, making it possible...

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LSG Sky Chefs’ Chef Competition: Sous-Vide vs. Low-Temperature Cooking

Using a plastic bag for cooking or just using low temperatures – Sous-vide and low-temperature cooking methods represent different beliefs on how to prepare mouth-wateringly tender meat or fish. Stefan Grammel is a supporter of the sous-vide method, whereas Fritz Gross is a fan...

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LSG Group: More than 30,000 people follow us on LinkedIn

Chances are that you probably know about LinkedIn, one of the most important Business Networking websites worldwide. It’s probably also likely that you’re using it to stay in touch with colleagues and business partners and keep yourself updated on industry trends. However, di...

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LSG Sky Chefs’ Chef Competition: Butter or Olive Oil?

Who will prevail when a butter person and an olive oil fan battle it out? Scientists, nutritionists and health consultants tend to prefer one product or the other, depending on lifestyle as well as dietary trends. In regards to butter and olive oil, one thing is certain: Both pro...

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LSG Sky Chefs Munich celebrates the Oktoberfest – O`zapft is!

There are many fascinating facts about the event, but I would like to share a few of my favorites with you. This year, the 183rd Oktoberfest starts on September 17 and runs until October 3. It is the world’s largest festival, attracting more than six million visitors per year. ...

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Throwback Thursday: Salt Lake Olympics 2002

When the “Crossroads of the West” became the “Crossroads of the World” There is a lot of buzz going on right now about the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro with the Paralympics about to start. The tremendous increase in travel to Brazil, and Rio de Janeiro in particular, h...

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Throwback Thursday: Vancouver Olympics 2010

In celebration of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janiero, we wanted to take the opportunity to do a “Throwback Thursday” to shine the spotlight on one of our other facilities that is located in a recent Olympic Host City – Vancouver, Canada. Below, you’ll fin...

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Philly Cheesesteak in Philadelphia

Our colleagues in Pennsylvania share a bit about what it’s like to work for LSG Sky Chefs and give recommendations for a great Philly Cheesesteak Did you know that the famous Geno’s Steaks restaurant in Philadelphia serves some 4,500 Philly cheesesteak sandwiches per day?...