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DisDr.
05-11-2011, 04:09 PM
Meat...Libations...etc.
Tell us what, where and how to eat like a king in WDW!

:thumbsup2

FreezinRafiki
05-11-2011, 04:11 PM
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/_SpgivvVx2CQ/TW5nCOYLCwI/AAAAAAAAI1s/_8lNsByPHBo/s800/IMG00060-20101211-1243.jpg

prattpak
05-11-2011, 04:36 PM
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/_SpgivvVx2CQ/TW5nCOYLCwI/AAAAAAAAI1s/_8lNsByPHBo/s800/IMG00060-20101211-1243.jpg

Enough said! Go ahead and close this thread!

DisDr.
05-12-2011, 07:09 AM
Chocolate wave at the Coral Reef.

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d146/redneckdux/f0e1fcc3.jpg

AirGoofy
05-12-2011, 12:39 PM
I don't have a picture (will take it the next time) but Fulton's Crab House is our favorite. King Crab Claws.

wasnotafan
05-12-2011, 12:47 PM
Anyplace other than the Biergarten; it is the wurst.

Turkey Lurkey
05-12-2011, 02:07 PM
Anyplace other than the Biergarten; it is the wurst.

Budum bum *rimshot*


TL

T Morrows Child
05-14-2011, 08:48 AM
Swordfish at Narcoosee's - it overtook the California Grille in my mind on our last visit!

http://i423.photobucket.com/albums/pp318/JGMadisonW/IMG_1554.jpg

IamTrike
05-14-2011, 10:55 AM
So France or Sunshine Seasons used to be my go to places to spend snack credits in Epcot. Thanks to a suggestion by one of the Dads those have both been trumped by Germany.

Karmel Kuche
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_1704.jpg

http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_1705.jpg

dadio
05-14-2011, 06:56 PM
Karmel Kuche


http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_1705.jpg

I am SO there for one of those...that and a grand marnier slushie :banana:

5stljayhawks
05-14-2011, 08:18 PM
There is a little funnel cake place in the MK when headed to teh castle go left over the bridge across from the christmas shop. Grade A awsome !!.

In epcot, I try to make sure all the adault bev are working well. Fish and chips in the UK with a draft scores a 100%

RodBelding
05-14-2011, 11:00 PM
the last two years I've run the marathon in January, and by far my favorite thing about running is walking back into EPCOT, and getting a beer and a pretzel in Germany and then sitting on a bench and cheering for everyone coming in. It's the highlight of my trip every time, thanks to the pretzel and beer! (and runners!)

ClearScreen
05-17-2011, 12:12 PM
http://i844.photobucket.com/albums/ab4/ClearScreen/2010AugustandDisney564.jpg

FreezinRafiki
05-18-2011, 04:24 PM
the last two years I've run the marathon in January, and by far my favorite thing about running is walking back into EPCOT, and getting a beer and a pretzel in Germany and then sitting on a bench and cheering for everyone coming in. It's the highlight of my trip every time, thanks to the pretzel and beer! (and runners!)

That sounds like fun. Unfortunately, I'd never be able to do it - if I ever ran the marathon I'd be the last person across the line so by the time I got my pretzel and beer there would be no one to watch. And I'd just be some guy on a bench at Epcot with a pretzel and beer. Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too bad!

AirGoofy
05-18-2011, 04:32 PM
That sounds like fun. Unfortunately, I'd never be able to do it - if I ever ran the marathon I'd be the last person across the line so by the time I got my pretzel and beer there would be no one to watch. And I'd just be some guy on a bench at Epcot with a pretzel and beer. Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too bad!


I'll sit with you at the start of the race, w/ pretzel & beer, and alternate running for more beer and pretzels. Well, maybe walk for more beer & pretzels.

middlepat
05-18-2011, 04:41 PM
That sounds like fun. Unfortunately, I'd never be able to do it - if I ever ran the marathon I'd be the last person across the line so by the time I got my pretzel and beer there would be no one to watch. And I'd just be some guy on a bench at Epcot with a pretzel and beer. Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too bad!

I'll sit with you at the start of the race, w/ pretzel & beer, and alternate running for more beer and pretzels. Well, maybe walk for more beer & pretzels.

I think we have the makings of a great relay team. Beer, pretzels and cheering. (I'll leave the marathons to those who don't drink).

:rotfl2:

IamTrike
05-18-2011, 04:43 PM
These are Dupes from my trip report.

Picture of lunch on the Dream.
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_2938.jpg

Dinner and Dessert from the Royal Palace on the Dream.
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_2761.jpg
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_2765.jpg


A dinner at La Hacienda in Epcot.
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_1690.jpg

IamTrike
05-18-2011, 04:47 PM
That sounds like fun. Unfortunately, I'd never be able to do it - if I ever ran the marathon I'd be the last person across the line so by the time I got my pretzel and beer there would be no one to watch. And I'd just be some guy on a bench at Epcot with a pretzel and beer. Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too bad!

Last year at the Half Marathon there were a lot people discussing a lady that finished the Marathon in 2010 while eating a turkey leg (no offense to your people TL) This prompted a long discussion about the best thing you could get someone from the crowd to pass you before you finished. Personally I'd like to cross the finish line while Eating a Pizza from Via Napoli.

Turkey Lurkey
05-18-2011, 04:51 PM
Last year at the Half Marathon there were a lot people discussing a lady that finished the Marathon in 2010 while eating a turkey leg (no offense to your people TL)

:eek:

:headache:



TL

mattsdragon
05-18-2011, 05:46 PM
I don't have pictures, but the whole menu at O'Hanas, capped off by the Banana Bread Pudding deliciousness. And I'm slobbering like Homer Simpson.

And soooooo much goodness during F&W at EPCOT.

Three more months and I'm sure I'll have more to add.

OOOOh, forgot the meatloaf at 50's Prime Time, and at Big River Grille.


And that meal we had on our honeymoon at le Bistro de Paris.

Many, they do good food at WDW.

Almost forgot, the Bloody Mary I had at the sidewalk cafe place at DTD at DisneyLand.

All that good food and they serve you NesCafe coffee.

unclescrooge_0707
05-23-2011, 06:54 PM
www.stlbrewfest.com
While NOT WDW drinking, it's TONS of fun. And while I realize no one will go, I bought my ticket today, and I'm excited about it!

T Morrows Child
05-24-2011, 08:01 AM
I don't have pictures, but the whole menu at O'Hanas, capped off by the Banana Bread Pudding deliciousness. And I'm slobbering like Homer Simpson.



We had a GREAT lunch at Tusker House a few weeks ago . . . their dessert buffet had a terrific Cinnamon Banana Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce. It was dangerous being able to plate it up myself!

Captain_Oblivious
05-24-2011, 08:34 AM
This prompted a long discussion about the best thing you could get someone from the crowd to pass you before you finished. Personally I'd like to cross the finish line while Eating a Pizza from Via Napoli.

I like this idea...I like it a lot! But I like the idea of skipping the marathon and just eating the pizza even more. :thumbsup2

By the way, my DW just made the Le Cellier cheddar cheese soup this past weekend. Did it straight out of the Disney Parks cookbook--turned out awesome! Maybe a little heavy on the tabasco sauce, but really, that's just nitpicking.

theduck619
05-24-2011, 08:59 AM
I like this idea...I like it a lot! But I like the idea of skipping the marathon and just eating the pizza even more. :thumbsup2

By the way, my DW just made the Le Cellier cheddar cheese soup this past weekend. Did it straight out of the Disney Parks cookbook--turned out awesome! Maybe a little heavy on the tabasco sauce, but really, that's just nitpicking.

And where does one get a Disney Parks Cookbook, Mark? Online, in the parks?

theduck619
05-24-2011, 09:01 AM
No pictures, but here are a few of our favorites:

Le Cellier - steak, steak, steak

the pastry shop in France is a good place to relax and recharge with some yummy food.

O'Hana

1900 Park Fare - Strawberry soup and prime rib - absoultley awesome

of course a Dole Whip. I am lactose intolerant but deal with the consequences for those bad boys :thumbsup2

T Morrows Child
05-24-2011, 09:10 AM
By the way, my DW just made the Le Cellier cheddar cheese soup this past weekend. Did it straight out of the Disney Parks cookbook--turned out awesome! Maybe a little heavy on the tabasco sauce, but really, that's just nitpicking.


YES! We made the same recipe last Friday and it was terrific! You are right about the tabasco, though. Even though I like spicy foods, we also want the result to be as close to Le Cellier as possible. I'd cut the tabasco to 1/2 a tbsp.

It's worth finding the book - the recipe is really good.

afwdwfan
05-24-2011, 09:17 AM
That sounds like fun. Unfortunately, I'd never be able to do it - if I ever ran the marathon I'd be the last person across the line so by the time I got my pretzel and beer there would be no one to watch. And I'd just be some guy on a bench at Epcot with a pretzel and beer. Come to think of it, that doesn't sound too bad!

I'll sit with you at the start of the race, w/ pretzel & beer, and alternate running for more beer and pretzels. Well, maybe walk for more beer & pretzels.

I think we have the makings of a great relay team. Beer, pretzels and cheering. (I'll leave the marathons to those who don't drink).

:rotfl2:

A good relay team needs 4 people... I'm in!!!!! :thumbsup2

scott2997
05-24-2011, 09:18 AM
And where does one get a Disney Parks Cookbook, Mark? Online, in the parks?

This may be the one Mark uses....

Chef Mickey Cookbook (http://www.disneystore.com/disney/store/DSIProductDisplay?isSingleMatch=true&catalogId=10002&langId=-1&productId=1277291&catalogFromSearch=10002&storeId=10051&N=1000314&ddkey=http:DSIRedirect#productDetailsAnchor)

Captain_Oblivious
05-24-2011, 09:20 AM
And where does one get a Disney Parks Cookbook, Mark? Online, in the parks?

We got it a couple of years ago at WDW for about $20. I'm not sure if it's still in print--they seem to have realized that their recipes are fairly popular and have put out a couple of newer, more expensive and smaller cookbooks recently. I'll see if I can find a link for you. Some great stuff in there.

YES! We made the same recipe last Friday and it was terrific! You are right about the tabasco, though. Even though I like spicy foods, we also want the result to be as close to Le Cellier as possible. I'd cut the tabasco to 1/2 a tbsp.

It's worth finding the book - the recipe is really good.

Agreed! We were also going to halve the tobasco next time. But it still was close enough that it felt right.

Captain_Oblivious
05-24-2011, 09:23 AM
This may be the one Mark uses....

Chef Mickey Cookbook (http://www.disneystore.com/disney/store/DSIProductDisplay?isSingleMatch=true&catalogId=10002&langId=-1&productId=1277291&catalogFromSearch=10002&storeId=10051&N=1000314&ddkey=http:DSIRedirect#productDetailsAnchor)

That doesn't look familiar. I found a link on Amazon here, although it looks like you have to go through 3rd-party sellers to get it:

Cooking With Mickey and the Disney Chefs (http://www.amazon.com/Cooking-Mickey-Disney-Chefs-custom/dp/078685331X/ref=pd_sim_b_3)

AirGoofy
05-24-2011, 02:49 PM
Ownage. Giggity.

Barry, DW has been on the Mom's Thread with your wife about going in February to run the 5K. That would be another month to add to our collection (plan to have a visit to WDW in each month). Perhaps we can do the beer/pretzel relay while they do the 5K.

T Morrows Child
05-24-2011, 02:59 PM
I like the idea of a Dis Dad's relay, though it'll have to change a bit. Maybe a jaunt around the world showcase with any combination of 7 snacks or drinks.

This can have possibilities. Any Dad's meet that does this, we can make pledges on the boards to raise $$ for Give Kids the World, much like you raise money for the local 5k walk/runs . . .

theduck619
05-24-2011, 03:05 PM
That doesn't look familiar. I found a link on Amazon here, although it looks like you have to go through 3rd-party sellers to get it:

Cooking With Mickey and the Disney Chefs (http://www.amazon.com/Cooking-Mickey-Disney-Chefs-custom/dp/078685331X/ref=pd_sim_b_3)

Thanks Mark, I have ordered one!

mattsdragon
05-24-2011, 05:32 PM
And where does one get a Disney Parks Cookbook, Mark? Online, in the parks?

I got mine at World of Disney at DTD. I've also made the cheese soup, and I make the sweet and sour chicken from Seven Dragons all the time.

I've made a couple dozen of the recipes in fact.

DisneyDon1
05-24-2011, 11:39 PM
I'll sit with you at the start of the race, w/ pretzel & beer, and alternate running for more beer and pretzels. Well, maybe walk for more beer & pretzels.

Count me in.

trennr
05-25-2011, 08:00 AM
Not Disney food...but just need to mention that the combo of something chocolate with Orange Juice rocks.

Chocolate = something along the lines of a Little Debbie Fudge Round or an Otis Spunkmeyer Choc. Muffin

OJ = Tropicana Pure Primium...or Florida Natural.

Don't knock it until you tried it. :thumbsup2

FreezinRafiki
05-26-2011, 09:58 AM
Ownage. Giggity.

Barry, DW has been on the Mom's Thread with your wife about going in February to run the 5K. That would be another month to add to our collection (plan to have a visit to WDW in each month). Perhaps we can do the beer/pretzel relay while they do the 5K.

Sweet! (although pretzels are salty. So...Salty!)

DEA
05-31-2011, 01:24 PM
These are Dupes from my trip report.

A dinner at La Hacienda in Epcot.
http://i990.photobucket.com/albums/af24/iamtrike/DSC_1690.jpg

My wife and I split that on our visit. I was prepared to be underwhelmed when I saw the menu, but really, really liked the restaurant.

We had a GREAT lunch at Tusker House a few weeks ago . . . their dessert buffet had a terrific Cinnamon Banana Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce. It was dangerous being able to plate it up myself!

Tusker House is one of my favorites. I honestly like it more than Boma. If they had Boma's Mushroom Soup, they would run away with the title.