Delta upgraded me on a flight that was long enough to deserve a meal, giving me a chance to survey their food. Since we departed from Seattle, I asked for the salmon. That turned out to be a good choice. I'm not sure, however, if it was wild or farmed. The salad was OK but the texture was a little wimpy. The dessert was Cherry Garcia ice cream, something that I haven't had in a long time and which was a lot of fun.
I just enjoyed a delicious, hearty dinner at Janet's Kitchen. It is located on Clairmont near Scott Boulevard. The restaurant is well-organized for both dining in and takeout. The prices are quite reasonable, too. The owners, who are very nice people who clearly love what they do, explained that Janet is his mom and that they named the restaurant after her. My pork adobo was hearty and delicious. The sauce was tangy, nicely salty, and very, very porky. I actually ate all the beans first---creamy and delicious. The rice was sticky, all the better for sopping up gravy. I also used the buttery cornbread to soak up the sauce.