Brussels Airlines has traditionally showcased Belgian quality products on long-haul flights with passengers treated to a range of Belgium beers and wines, pralines, waffles, cookies and, of course, their signature Belgian Star Chef program. The star chef program highlights some of the best Michelin-starred Belgian chefs who focus on creating unique dishes using only local, regional produce, these dishes are then served aboard flights to Africa and the USA.Long haul passengers travelling Brussels Airlines business class, from the 1st May, will be sampling meals that have been created by Namur based chef Pierre Résimont of restaurant L’Eau Vive. Six dishes have been created that will be served on flights from May until November 2015.THE FIRST DISH ON THE MENU?An appetiser of asparagus with Muscat wine, followed by foie gras served with rhubarb and lemon gingerbread, for the main course a fillet of cod in a Vieux Brugge crust. In a press release the airline said:“We are delighted that we were able to yet again work with a very talented and enthusiastic chef for our Belgian Star Chefs program. For the fifth time, the cooperation has been very successful so far.We look forward to hearing the feedback of our Business Class guests”, says Anne Tricot, VP Customer Experience Brussels Airlines.Flying business class short haul? You can pre-order a deluxe business class meal for your flight, click here to find out more. Photos courtesy: Brussels Airlines.