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Old Jan 1, 19, 4:22 am
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I see what you mean, a re-vamped Mint section. If you know how to change the references in the URL you can find the Jan menus, see below for the bold print which appears to be what changes month to month. I'll send JetBlue Customer care a note about the problem too.

https://www.jetblue.com/flying-on-jetblue/mint/menu/2018-11/MintMenu_Nov18_B_E_LAX_V01.pdf

https://www.jetblue.com/flying-on-jetblue/mint/menu/2019-01/MintMenu_Jan19_B_E_LAX_V01.pdf
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Old Jan 7, 19, 9:56 pm
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What is with JetBlue's switch from "Brunch" to "Breakfast?" Do they no longer offer ice cream on the breakfast flights or the Refreshmint drink as well?
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Old Jan 8, 19, 12:51 am
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Originally Posted by Maia Shalev View Post
What is with JetBlue's switch from "Brunch" to "Breakfast?" Do they no longer offer ice cream on the breakfast flights or the Refreshmint drink as well?
There is no ice cream. You're offered the House Cocktail of Bloody Mary or Mimosa to start.

Based on the Menu's JetBlue posted, the Honey Infused Lime-Aid is served on the afternoon flights.
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Old Jan 21, 19, 8:26 pm
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I know everything is a matter of personal taste but, oof, stay away from the eastbound fennel and quinoa salad.
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Old Jan 25, 19, 7:15 pm
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Menu: Asian Pear Salad, Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese, both desserts are pictured Ice Cream from Molly Moon's, Seattle (2 coffee based & 1 vanilla)



Jan ShutEye service
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Old Jan 28, 19, 8:52 pm
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January westbound dinner


Beet root hummus with pita chips

Butternut squash ravioli, meatballs, and chicken & saffron potato salad

Butternut squash ravioli

Meatballs

Chicken & saffron potato salad

Chocolate and vanilla ice cream
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Old Jan 29, 19, 5:25 am
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January eastbound lunch


Pumpkin turmeric hummus with pita chips

Mojo pork cheeks bao bun, asiago gnocchi, and chicken & leek pot pie

Mojo pork cheeks bao bun

Chicken & leek pot pie

Asiago gnocchi (with a generous amount of truffle)

Fresh fruit and ice cream

Kiwi, pomegranate seed, blood orange, and orange slices.

Vanilla and chocolate brownie ice cream
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Old Jan 30, 19, 11:30 am
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I thought the pork bun was surprisingly good. Really liked the peach.

Also kudos to Jetblue for having the best fruit plate (no melon!)
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Old Feb 3, 19, 10:43 pm
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Here's an entry for the most-boring-meal-report collection:

I had the Westbound Dinner last Friday from BOS->LAS, which was one of the best dinner selections I've had yet. I only took one picture which looks like something from a closed circuit bank camera, so won't bother to include it.

Butter Lettuce Salad - Crisp lettuce and tangy dressing, great!
Roast Chicken w/ Parsnips and Blackberries - Really tasty
Five-Spice Short Rib - This has come up before, and is always excellent. They should leave it on permanently.

And of course the ice cream and fruit are nice as well, although I wouldn't mind them swapping out the ice cream for a cake or something different once in awhile.

Anyway, great selections this month if you're headed West at night.
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Old Feb 4, 19, 1:01 pm
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Westbound Breakfast - Very good. Curious how the smoked salmon salad is, but would probably order these choices again!

Pain Au Chocolate - Tasty and flaky.

Greek Yogurt with Berries and Granola - Good (though hard to screw up.) I find the granola a bit soft, but enjoyed the tart yogurt.
Fried Chicken & Waffles - Bang-on delicious, though labeled funny (didn't they used to call this "chicken sausage waffles" or something?). Waffle was perfectly done.
Smoked Gouda & Caramelized Onion Omelet - Delicious and well executed.

Maple-glazed bacon - fantastically delish and perfectly done.
Bloody Mary presentation has also been kicked up a notch too.

Pastry

Entrees
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Originally Posted by BbTrumpet View Post
Here's an entry for the most-boring-meal-report collection:

I had the Westbound Dinner last Friday from BOS->LAS, which was one of the best dinner selections I've had yet. I only took one picture which looks like something from a closed circuit bank camera, so won't bother to include it.

Butter Lettuce Salad - Crisp lettuce and tangy dressing, great!
Roast Chicken w/ Parsnips and Blackberries - Really tasty
Five-Spice Short Rib - This has come up before, and is always excellent. They should leave it on permanently.

And of course the ice cream and fruit are nice as well, although I wouldn't mind them swapping out the ice cream for a cake or something different once in awhile.

Anyway, great selections this month if you're headed West at night.
Short rib was a bit dry for me, but shrimp and grits was a winner. Butter lettuce too.
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Old Mar 30, 19, 6:16 pm
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Any March westbound breakfast pics?
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Old Apr 5, 19, 2:55 pm
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I forgot to post my Eastbound Shut-Eye for March.

Tuscan Kale Salad, and Angus Burger.
Since most people slept, I got to double down on the burger and get both sweet bites.



Eastbound Shuteye for Mar

I don't take the early AM flight Westbound so don't have Breakfast photos.
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Old Apr 6, 19, 10:31 am
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March westbound breakfast


Warm pain au chocolate


Clockwise from top: maple glazed bacon, smoked salmon salad, smoked Gouda & caramelized onion omelette, fried chicken & waffles


Smoked salmon salad
pumpernickel bread



Smoked Gouda & caramelized onions omelette
roesti potato, roasted tomato



Fried chicken & waffles
Chicken sausage, herb butter, spicy maple syrup
(The herb butter is on top of the one piece of chicken sausage.)



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Old Apr 7, 19, 8:18 pm
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April Eastbound Lunch/Dinner


pea Ricotta Pesto Dip With Crostini


Left to right: Braised Pork Tenderloin, Mexican Chicken Stew, and Farro, Barley, Wild Rice & Quinoa Salad


Braised Pork Tenderloin
gnocchi, creamy curry sauce, roasted cherry tomato, thyme jus



Mexican Chicken Stew
cherry tomato, avocado, radish, lime



Farro, Barley, Wild Rice & Quinoa Salad
roasted carrots, pickled onions, carrot-harissa puree



Sweet Bites: Ice Cream and Fresh Fruit


Ice Cream
strawberry cheesecake and vanilla ice cream



Fresh Fruit
watermelon, lime, basil

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