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Old 01-27-2007, 10:49 PM   #151
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Old 01-28-2007, 03:56 PM   #152
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Am I the only one who keeps coming back and visiting these pages to get a quick fix?!
I even got DH involved! I yell to him "hey...I'm about to look at the dining pages for DL!" then he comes running! So we sit here at tthe computer sifting through the pages. Ahhhh....the simple life!
No you are not. LOL
I am trying to narrow down all those must eats for our upcoming vacation.
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Old 01-31-2007, 09:25 PM   #153
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Am I the only one who keeps coming back and visiting these pages to get a quick fix?!
I even got DH involved! I yell to him "hey...I'm about to look at the dining pages for DL!" then he comes running! So we sit here at tthe computer sifting through the pages. Ahhhh....the simple life!
Nope I do the same thing to my DH and we're not going back until next year, we just like looking at the food. But lately my hubby has been getting mad because all the good food that we didn't have when we were there in November. Oh well, now we know for next year.
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Old 02-05-2007, 05:18 AM   #154
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Old 02-05-2007, 03:26 PM   #155
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Finally got round to uploading food pics from DL trip from November:


Chicken Wings for starter to share from ESPN


My Steak and chips (already started!) from ESPN.



My Husbands Pizza from ESPN (again already started).
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Old 02-05-2007, 03:32 PM   #156
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My Husbands Chilli burger (or Mexican, can't remember) at House of Blues.


My rack of ribs with mash and green beans (hidden!) from HOB. Too big for me, I had to get my Husband to help!



Hot dog and chips from refreshment corner, Yum Yum!



Cheese Burger, waffle fries and onion rings (both half portions) from Taste Pilots grill in CA. I really enjoyed this!



Does this need an explanation?
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Old 02-07-2007, 03:57 AM   #157
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Pain au Chocolat, Croissant and pastry at Goofys Kitchen.



Mickey pancake and Mickey Waffle with maple syrup at GK. I had waited many years to have a taste of these two, they did not let me down!!


Forgot to take a pic of my cooked breakfast at GK, sorry it was too yummy!
This is a rice krispie thingy, too sickly as it was choc flavour with white choc on outside!
Apple and Pear cobbler, I could have eaten the whole of this if I had room!
And some fresh pieces of melon!


My final bit of food at GK was Worms and dirt, but I could only manage the worms!


Me and my choc chip ice cream in a holiday cone, the top has little green and red christmas trees on it!



My husband and his choc chip ice cream in a cruched peanut topped cone!


Half portions of pepperoni Pizza and marinara sauce and pasta from DL
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:43 PM   #158
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Old 02-09-2007, 07:37 AM   #159
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Old 02-11-2007, 10:00 AM   #160
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I forgot my camera the day I ate at Tortilla Joe's Taqueria window in DTD.. but I must share that I had a very good Chicken Taco for $3.75.

It was TWO tacos, wrapped in double layer of corn tortillas, loaded with cut up pieces of chicken (some seasoning on the chicken but not spicy). On top they put chopped onions and cilantro, lime wedge on the side.

Next time I will need to order a side of gaucamole (75¢) or some chips and salsa ($2.25) as the taco itself needed a little bit of a punch up in flavor.. slightly dry.
Tortillas tasted fresh and had a good earthy flavor, not too thin ( I hate when tortillas tear apart when wrapping them) and not so thick ( I don't like really thick ones they taste like shoe leather). Just like Goldilocks.. they were just right!

Very quick service, seating outside the window order area. It's easy to walk right on by and miss the taquiera window.. but don't skip it.. the value was outstanding.
As a person on a solo trip, I was hard pressed to find affordable food or food that wasn't an ENORMOUS serving... who the heck can eat three pieces of chicken in one sitting? The kid meals were ok, but not quite enough to eat. If you plan to have a snack treat later then a kid meal is the way to go.

Now I have bad news.. went to Rancho around 3 pm.. had a chicken sonora burrito.. I usually like Rancho.. I wasn't happy.. the food was tepid at best, too many flavors all lumped together in the burrito and I had tummy issues the rest of the night from the sauce.
Earlier in the week I had the chicken tacos, wasn't impressed. The meat had too much spice, it tasted like spices and not chicken KWIM? I liked the vegies (fajita style), good grilled flavor.
At least that time the meal was piping hot.
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Old 02-11-2007, 12:14 PM   #161
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I forgot my camera the day I ate at Tortilla Joe's Taqueria window in DTD.. but I must share that I had a very good Chicken Taco for $3.75.

It was TWO tacos, wrapped in double layer of corn tortillas, loaded with cut up pieces of chicken (some seasoning on the chicken but not spicy). On top they put chopped onions and cilantro, lime wedge on the side.

Next time I will need to order a side of gaucamole (75¢) or some chips and salsa ($2.25) as the taco itself needed a little bit of a punch up in flavor.. slightly dry.
Tortillas tasted fresh and had a good earthy flavor, not too thin ( I hate when tortillas tear apart when wrapping them) and not so thick ( I don't like really thick ones they taste like shoe leather). Just like Goldilocks.. they were just right!

Very quick service, seating outside the window order area. It's easy to walk right on by and miss the taquiera window.. but don't skip it.. the value was outstanding.
As a person on a solo trip, I was hard pressed to find affordable food or food that wasn't an ENORMOUS serving... who the heck can eat three pieces of chicken in one sitting? The kid meals were ok, but not quite enough to eat. If you plan to have a snack treat later then a kid meal is the way to go.

Now I have bad news.. went to Rancho around 3 pm.. had a chicken sonora burrito.. I usually like Rancho.. I wasn't happy.. the food was tepid at best, too many flavors all lumped together in the burrito and I had tummy issues the rest of the night from the sauce.
Earlier in the week I had the chicken tacos, wasn't impressed. The meat had too much spice, it tasted like spices and not chicken KWIM? I liked the vegies (fajita style), good grilled flavor.
At least that time the meal was piping hot.
Thanks for sharing. I'll have to try Tortilla Joe's window..how disappointing about Rancho because I too usually like this place.
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Old 02-21-2007, 03:22 PM   #162
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All that food is making my very hungry right now. I need some cashews to curb my WDW food cravings & WDW craving (I haven't been there in 2 yrs, so I miss WDW tons)
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Old 02-22-2007, 05:24 PM   #163
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Note to self - Stop visiting this thread!!!

Everything looks so tempting! I can't wait for our trip!!!
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Old 02-24-2007, 06:15 PM   #164
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A few from the Disneyland Hotel room service. DH was just there last week for convention and ordered room service twice. He at offsite the other times.

Steak and Potato





Cheesecake, with raspberries!!



Fish and Chips, and Ceasar Salad (dessert is some kind of apple pie thing)

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Old 02-26-2007, 02:00 PM   #165
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Any more pics out there?

2 questions, also...

Can you order the corn dogs at Corn Dog Castle to be under-cooked? It looked a little too dark for me in the pic. I like my corn dogs golden brown, not charred beyond recognition!

Anyone know if the Coffee House at DLH has cupcakes?
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