And from the sCO side, this meal is also a major downgrade from what would have been served on a route of that length before the catering was overhauled. Both sides lost on the catering alignment in many cases. I'm seeing far, far less variety on sCO flights - which used to have menus that changed every month, and were on a quarterly rotation - and there are a lot of flights that used to be identified as a full meal that now show "snack." Yes, CO had that particular meal in the past, but it was a lunch option, or on some shorter dinner flights, like IAH-IND. The entrée options on flights over three hours in length were significantly better, and served with a green salad, bowl of soup, and roll (which I've never had one that was "inedible" or stale).