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Old 02-13-2011, 07:07 PM   #1501
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I can't believe that I just looked through all 100 pages of food!

Can anyone tell me about the congratulations/birthday cake with the white frosting and the strawberry filling? It is whipped cream or butter cream?
From my understanding on our cruise in January on the dream, they are no longer doing the cake, at least not complimentary. They now serve a small chocloate cake that is not very big, a single serving but with how full everyone was, we each took a small bite.

The vanilla cake with strawberry in the middle was very good, so I do hope they bring that back. If I remember correctly, it was a butter cream. Well my husband says it was a whipped cream, so hopefully someone with a better memory can answer that.
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From my understanding on our cruise in January on the dream, they are no longer doing the cake, at least not complimentary. They now serve a small chocloate cake that is not very big, a single serving but with how full everyone was, we each took a small bite.

The vanilla cake with strawberry in the middle was very good, so I do hope they bring that back. If I remember correctly, it was a butter cream. Well my husband says it was a whipped cream, so hopefully someone with a better memory can answer that.
While that cake was pretty darn tasty, I've yet to be at a table where part of it didn't go to waste...even when we took it back to our rooms. I think the individual portion dessert is a good idea...as long as its CHOCOLATE, that is! (or a small version of the above vanilla/strawberry one)

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Old 02-21-2011, 01:54 AM   #1503
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Hot Breakfast room service (concierge room), ordered from Lumiere's breakfast menu:

Omelet with hashbrown and bacon


Eggs Benedict and sausages


Scrambled Eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, and hashbrown


Mickey waffle, pancake, and scrambled eggs
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Old 02-21-2011, 02:07 AM   #1504
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Animator's Palate

Tuna Tartare Appetizer


Wild Mushroom Risotto


Mickey pasta kids meal with cream sauce


Green salad


Vegetable bisque (I think it was squash)


Beef tenderloin (yummy!)


Chicken penne (just okay)


Chicken dish


Dessert sampler


Brownie


Chocolate sundae
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Old 02-21-2011, 02:25 AM   #1505
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Parrot Cay

Mac & Cheese kids meal (my kids LOVED the mac and cheese)


Bocconcini Salad


Crab Artichoke dip


Ahi Tuna


Chicken (wings, I think?) appetizer


Some kind of chilled soup (I think mango)


Caesar Salad


Spinach Salad


Some kind of broth soup (I think chicken)


Chicken with yam mash (the yam was good, can't remember the chicken)


Lamb with polenta


Some kind of white fish, can't remember which - but it was really good


Steak and lobster tail and a bacon wrapped sausage
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Old 02-21-2011, 02:30 AM   #1506
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Cookies Too (soft ice cream chocolate/vanilla swirl, bbq ribs, coleslaw, apple salad, roast chicken)
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Old 02-21-2011, 02:45 AM   #1507
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Lumiere's

Smoked Salmon


Fruit and Prosciutto salad


Asparagus and grape tomatoes with Hollandaise sauce


Chicken noodle soup


Oysters Rockefeller (yummy!)


Prawn Salad (yummy!)


Wild Mushroom Bisque


Beef Consomme


Beef (some kind of roast)


Tomato Risotto


Lobster Tail


Chicken with wild mushroom sauce


Berry Creme Brule


Chocolate Pyramid dessert


Chocolate Lava cake (yummy!)

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Old 02-21-2011, 02:57 AM   #1508
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Palo's Brunch

Pesto Rotini (asked for smaller portion)


Chicken (asked for smaller portion)


Chicken Parmesan (asked for smaller portion)


Tilapia (yummy!) (asked for smaller portion)


Salmon shell pasta with capers


Chocolate pudding dessert


Variety of desserts (tiramisu, creme brule, strawberry shortcake trifle)
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Old 02-21-2011, 03:13 AM   #1509
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Lumiere's (2nd dinner)

Escargot (surprisingly good)


I can't remember what this was, it might have been a meat filled pastry


Shrimp cocktail with sauce (yummy, the sauce was really good)


I can't remember what this was, but I remember it being good


Baked French Onion Soup


Goat Cheese Salad


Cream of Tomato Soup


Beef Medallion with Bacon wrapped green beans (yummy!)


I can't remember what this was, but I remember it being good


Lobster ravioli (I think) - asked for smaller portion


Lobster Rigatoni


Sablefish (yummy!)


Dessert pictures to follow (photobucket just crashed)
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Darn - photobucket's crashed and won't come back up - I'll post the rest tomorrow (Lumiere's 2nd dinner dessert and Palo dinner left to post)
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Old 02-21-2011, 05:46 AM   #1511
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Darn - photobucket's crashed and won't come back up - I'll post the rest tomorrow (Lumiere's 2nd dinner dessert and Palo dinner left to post)
OH MY GAWD! :wors hip:

You are the queen of this thread! Your pics are fantastic! Thank you so much!
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Old 02-21-2011, 07:33 PM   #1512
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OH MY GAWD! :wors hip:

You are the queen of this thread! Your pics are fantastic! Thank you so much!
Aw shucks, thanks

The funny thing is when I got home I realized that we took way more food pictures than family/kid pictures - we totally forgot to take any pictures of ourselves during dinner! So I only have one of DH and DS with our waiter and assister server on the last day, none of the whole family at dinner, and one of DD shoveling mac and cheese in her mouth - d'oh! And of course, we didn't bother buying any of the photo packages, but there was a really good one of us on NYE and I still am thinking about that pic - that's the only one I really wanted, actually, but I wasn't about to pay $90 just to buy that one pic.
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Old 02-21-2011, 07:40 PM   #1513
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While that cake was pretty darn tasty, I've yet to be at a table where part of it didn't go to waste...even when we took it back to our rooms. I think the individual portion dessert is a good idea...as long as its CHOCOLATE, that is! (or a small version of the above vanilla/strawberry one)

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This is very true. I like the vanilla cake with strawberries, but the cake was way too big to eat on a cruise. I nice little portion is just fine! About 95% of the one we got went to waste because they just serve too much darn food, not that I am complaining.
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What is the sauce made of?
Are you talking about the portebello and polenta? It's some type of balsamic sauce, slightly sweet and oh so yummy.
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