Runspoonrun, why 3.15? to get a GFA for London or Boston or something, or you just being ambitious?
Brighton was 3h57.10 and New York was 4h02.38.
Funnily enough I am more than happy with New York as I hadn't realised my watch lost GPS a couple of times under the bridges and I thought I was in for around 4h20 so was just taking it easy with a view to enjoying the experience. So coming in that "fast" was more than a nice surprise.
"The following food items are generally allowed entry:
Condiments such as oil, vinegar, mustard, catsup, pickles, syrup, honey without honey combs, jelly, and jam.
Foodstuffs such as bakery items, candy, and chocolate.
Hard cured cheeses without meat, such as parmesan or cheddar.
Canned goods and goods in vacuum- packed jars (except those containing meat or poultry products) for personal use.
Fish or fish products for personal use.
Powdered drinks sealed in original containers with ingredients listed in English.
Dry mixes containing dairy and egg ingredients (such as baking mixes, cocoa mixes, drink mixes, instant cake mixes, instant pudding mixes, liquid drink mixes containing reconstituted dry milk or dry milk products, potato flakes, and infant formula) that are commercially labeled, presented in final finished packaging, and require no further manipulation of the product are generally allowed.
Remember, you must declare all food and agricultural products, including those listed above, to a CBP agriculture specialist or officer when you arrive in the United States."
Which implies I can bring them in but still need to mention it.