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Old 08-23-2012, 08:58 PM   #91
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Oh Boy, these look amazing. I just started a list in my Calendar App so I won't forget once we are there in Oct!
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Old 09-01-2012, 07:52 PM   #92
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The following items are from Slaters 50/50 in Huntington Beach.


Sampler with French Fries with Bacon Ketchup, Fried Pickles with Mustard Sauce, Fried Mac & Cheese with Tapatio Ranch and Onion Rings with House BBQ Sauce.





Veggie Burger On Rye Bread


Famous Bacon Brownie
How funny we went to Slaters 50/50 in Anaheim around the same time
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Old 09-05-2012, 01:44 PM   #93
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Looking for more DL food porn, specifically Lobster Nachos from The Cove. I'm trying to get an idea of where to eat at for our DLR trip. So far, that Monte Cristo looks super tasty!
I'm interested in the Lobster Nachos too. Not sure if you found this, but I found this thread. http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2478253
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:43 AM   #94
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At Carthay Circle Restaurant I had chicken liver and onions w/bacon. It was really good. It came with a salad and yummy vinegerette dressing.

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Old 09-11-2012, 11:34 AM   #95
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All this food is making me so excited to go! Oct.5th needs to come!
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Old 09-11-2012, 12:12 PM   #96
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All the food looks delish! I can not wait to add mine from my upcoming trips.
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Old 09-12-2012, 11:17 AM   #97
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I love food porn!! I have a couple I'll add to the mix.

This is a sundae from the Disney Soda Fountain in Hollywood. It's not in the parks, I realize, but if you're out in California and have time to take away from the parks, it's a fun place to go eat, and see a movie next door at the El Capitan theater.


The Mickey Masterpiece from the Disney Soda Fountain. It had 8 large scoops of ice cream of your choice which was then topped with caramel, chocolate, marshmellow, nuts if you want them, 8 cherries and an entire can of whip cream!

When our waitress brought it out she started yelling something like this: "Ladies, and gentlemen, boys and girls. Let me have your attention. You've read all about it, and you've seen it on the menu, but you've never seen it in person until now! Here it is the one and only Mickey's Masterpiece. (then she went on to describe what was in it) And this brave family over here is going to attempt to eat it all!!"
Everyone near us started clapping. It was a bit embarrassing, but fun.
Even with 6 of us, we didn't come close to finishing it all!



Not sure if they still have this, but this is the chocolate cake from the Stage Door Cafe.



Corn dog and chips.




Vegetarian gumbo from Royal Street Veranda. The bowl was very full, but I got jostled carrying it, and a bunch sloshed over the side there. So, they do give a good serving of the gumbo.




Bread pudding from Jazz Kitchen Express.



Beignets from Jazz Kitchen Express.




Mickey shaped bread from Pacific Wharf Bakery.




Chocolate covered strawberry...from Pooh's Corner, I think.




Pretzel with cheese sauce.




Chicken skewers from Bengal BBQ.




Tiger Tails from Bengal BBQ.




Funnel cake....from Stage Door Cafe, I think.

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Old 09-12-2012, 11:31 AM   #98
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Some more....


Halloween treats.







Baked potato soup from Carnation Cafe. Haven't been back since the recent remodel, but I saw this is still on the menu.




We took a Walk in Walt's Footsteps tour, and this is the lunch that we were served. Not sure if they still serve this, or any meal for that matter.




Treats from Marceline's in DTD.




Citrus chicken from French Market.




Four-Cheese Pasta & Vegetable Gratin from French Market.




During Halloweentime one year, they served these Jack cheesecakes at French Market. Not sure if they still do.




More funnel cakes.




From the Mexican grill in DCA.




Broccoli and cheese soup bowl from Pacific Wharf.




Halloweentime jack-o-lantern sourdough bread from Pacific Wharf Bakery.




Treats from the now gone Blue Ribbon Bakery. But, maybe they sell these elsewhere now...especially the pumpkin muffin.




Turkey leg.




Chimichanga.




Mickey pretzel.




Halloween treats.




Nachos from White Water Snacks.

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Old 09-12-2012, 12:08 PM   #99
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If I could gain weight from looking at all this I would have! Soooooo yummy looking! Thank you all for posting. I am for sure taking lots of pics when we go in Oct and Dec.

Quick question-

I saw a pic of the toddler meal and it looked like the mac and cheese was the size of the applesauce container??? If it is that itty bitty is it even worth it to buy?

I have a 2 1/2 yo and a 1 yo would it be better to get the kids meal or the toddler one while in the parks?

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Old 09-12-2012, 01:59 PM   #100
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I found some more!

Free Mickey beignet from Cafe Orleans for my birthday.




Pomme frites and french onion soup from Cafe Orleans.




Mickey beignets from Cafe Orleans.




Matterhorn macaroon cookie from Jolly Holiday bakery.




Misc treats from Pooh's Corner.




Lunch at Thunder Mtn BBQ




Hawaiian cheeseburger from Tangaroa Terrace




Fried green tomato sandwich from Hungry Bear. Lemon cupcake for dessert.





Making the Bananas Foster in Jazz Kitchen. I didn't get a shot of the finished product, but the show was pretty spectacular!!




Pomme frites and gumbo at Cafe Orleans. We love the pomme frites.




Mickey cookies and strawberries ordered through room service at the Grand Californian.




Breakfast burrito at White Water Snacks. It's served cut in half like that, so you could share if you wanted. But, it was really good, so you probably won't want to. lol




Drink at Trader Sam's....but I forget the name of it!




Garlic cheese bread appetizer at Jazz Kitchen. Really good!




More misc treats.




Oscar's choice breakfast at Carnation Cafe.




Dinner at Tortilla Jo's. It was just ok. The beans, rice and enchilada weren't bad, but the tamale was barely even edible.

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Old 09-12-2012, 02:09 PM   #101
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Oh Beth!! Thank you!! I love it all!!
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Old 09-13-2012, 12:53 PM   #102
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Sadly, the Mile High Chocolate Cake is no longer available, such a bummer. That Oreo brownie looks amazing!!! The Citrus Chicken is so good and the 4 cheese pasta is my favorite meal at FM, I just love it!!

To the person who asked about the toddler meal, yes it really is tiny, served in something about the size of a applesauce cup. I'd probably get a bigger meal if you can.
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Old 09-15-2012, 08:35 AM   #103
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Sadly, the Mile High Chocolate Cake is no longer available, such a bummer. That Oreo brownie looks amazing!!! The Citrus Chicken is so good and the 4 cheese pasta is my favorite meal at FM, I just love it!!

To the person who asked about the toddler meal, yes it really is tiny, served in something about the size of a applesauce cup. I'd probably get a bigger meal if you can.
I was just going to mention the mile high cake being gone. When I was there in July I chatted with the CM at the register about it, apparently the CMs are not thrilled with it being gone. There is another chocolate cake, but as the CM said, "it's less than half the size and the same price" as the mile high cake. The sundaes are still pretty awesome though.
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Old 09-15-2012, 12:35 PM   #104
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Posting Pictures?

How do I get an access to post pictures or upload images?

Thank you.
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Old 09-15-2012, 01:24 PM   #105
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How do I get an access to post pictures or upload images?

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I answered on your other thread, but you need to upload to another photo sharing site. I use photobucket.com. Once that is done, you will get an URL that you can post here.
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