Ever since I’ve been working as a flight attendant, I’ve started stereotyping the cities we fly to. You know what I mean– Portland has the hippies, Fort Lauderdale has the most “interesting” bunch of people, New York has the most attractive, Seattle has the coffee drinkers, Los Angeles has the most high maintenance, Las Vegas has the party animals, and Orlando has kids galore.
My personal favorite city to fly to is Dallas. Why? Well, the people are so nice and polite! You’d be surprised at how travelers are these days. A simple “please” and “thank you” goes a long way.
Another thing about Dallas passengers is they always ask for Dr. Pepper. I don’t think I’ve ever traveled on a plane that serves Dr. Pepper, but on every single Dallas flight, someone always asks. It’s like clockwork.
I guess Dr. Pepper’s big in Texas? They always seem extremely disappointed when I tell them that there’s no Dr. Pepper, too. Sorry, Texans.
I never drink soda, but I’m all about those crockpot recipes. Dr. Pepper with meat? That could work.
It definitely did! You don’t need to add any sugar because there’s already plenty of it in the soda. The meat didn’t come out tasting like Dr. Pepper at all, it just tasted like it had been sitting in the refrigerator marinating overnight. It’s great to try when you have some soda to get rid of in the fridge. I imagine Coca Cola would work just as well. Recipe from Add a Pinch.