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Old 02-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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Brown Derby appetizer - Brie, Midnight Moon, and Prosciutto Cake

I agree with Kevin's comments about this during a recent podcast - this is one of the best appetizers I've had at Disney World. The official description is:
Brie, Midnight Moon, and Prosciutto Cake with Tęte de Moine Petals and an Olive-roasted Vegetable Salad
Here's a link to a picture from a review on the Disney Food Blog:

The combination of flavors was wonderful. Cheese, prosciutto, olives, yum The cake part had a consistency of corn bread with a crispy outside and soft inside (mine was not burned-looking like the one in the picture). The cheese was sliced very thinly and arranged like flower petals - beautiful, tasty, and it melted in your mouth as you ate it. All told, the flavors added up to far more than the sum of the individual ingredients.
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:35 AM   #2
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I also agree. Just had this last week. It was sooo good! Wanted to go back to BD to have it again, but ran out of time.
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