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Old 08-15-2008, 10:26 PM   #106
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And that concludes my many days of eating...no wonder my pants are tight! We also ate numerous Mickey ice cream bars and drank around the world a little, too! Drink pics on request, unless you really have a burning desire to see dh and I looking sweaty!
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WPE-Beef Focacia and Spicy Chicken Pizza

How was the Beef Focaccia? Looks Delish.
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Old 08-15-2008, 10:43 PM   #108
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False alarm...I almost forgot Citrico's!
Black olive bread, whole grain bread, citrus infused butter with sea salt

Some calamari thing, compliments of the chef

Braised Veal Shank and chicken in creamy sauce with peas and pasta (it had a nice name and was really good)


And the very best part...our beautiful and very tasty desserts
Lemon cheesecake

Choc banana tart


Everything was wonderful at Citricos! The server (Danny) couldn't have been nicer and the manager came out with our desserts, took our pic and congratulated us, and brought us out the pic a few minutes later.

So, as they say, it's not over until the fat lady sings...I'm singing!
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Old 08-15-2008, 11:11 PM   #109
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Everything was wonderful at Citricos! The server (Danny) couldn't have been nicer and the manager came out with our desserts, took our pic and congratulated us, and brought us out the pic a few minutes later.

So, as they say, it's not over until the fat lady sings...I'm singing!
That was just a beautiful dessert!
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Old 08-16-2008, 04:00 AM   #110
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Tangerine Cafe/Chicken Schwarma- Excellent and a great value for cs. Served with couscous, cilantro salad, and bread.
CRT- Prime rib was really moist and not too fatty. Buckle dessert wasn't too rich (but I am a chocolate fan). It isn't huge, so that helps.
Doh Bar- Heavenly but not a snack credit. Only $2.75, though.
French Toast Loaf- Was a snack credit.
I think it must depend on the CMs. I got a Doh Bar for a snack credit both this past Dec and again this past May. However, I was told I could not use a snack credit for the French Toast loaf at Main Street Bakery (only a CS credit). They did let me have an apple Charlotte and a huge piece of carrot cake though that cost about the same as the French Toast loaf.
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YES YES YES Sorry food porn excited me!!!! Love these threads
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Only 48 more days until I'm getting my own FOOD PORN!

Thanks for sharing, everyone!
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Old 08-16-2008, 10:52 AM   #113
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Love this thread,,,,,,,
Just noticed though ,,,how nice it is when a
"Receipt" is also posted with the picture....
So love the details of it......One stated that
there were 6 more snack credits......
I wonder what they chose!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-16-2008, 11:40 AM   #114
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Disney Bunch- Lots of meat (banger, chicken, pork, black pudding, steak, lamb) over potatoes
aubiree- Actually, the guy behind the counter told me I could not get the french toast loaf as a snack, but the cashier rung it up as one, so who knows! Even if you have to pay for it, it is worth it.
goofysince71- I actually think we used the rest of the credits in Goofy's CAndy Kitchen to bring home chocolate and candy coated Rice Krispie treats forthe kids and friends!
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Old 08-16-2008, 12:20 PM   #115
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How was the Beef Focaccia? Looks Delish.
We tried it in June and it was amazing! It was supposed to be MY meal but once DH tried it he took it over and I was stuck with yummy rotisserie chicken
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We tried it in June and it was amazing! It was supposed to be MY meal but once DH tried it he took it over and I was stuck with yummy rotisserie chicken
I see you leave in 5 days have a great time .
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most expensive lunch in paris 75 euros for chesse pancake, cheese and ham toastie, bowl onion soup an ommelette
an 3 drinks, thats about £60/120 dollars

cant wait to get to usa for cheap food
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most expensive lunch in paris 75 euros for chesse pancake, cheese and ham toastie, bowl onion soup an ommelette
an 3 drinks, thats about £60/120 dollars

cant wait to get to usa for cheap food
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Old 08-16-2008, 02:37 PM   #119
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most expensive lunch in paris 75 euros for chesse pancake, cheese and ham toastie, bowl onion soup an ommelette
an 3 drinks, thats about £60/120 dollars

cant wait to get to usa for cheap food
WOW......that's quite a long plane ride you have coming!
I know it will be worth it though!!Especially staying onsite this time!
We complain about our prices here,but don't realize how bad the economy
is all around us!
HOPEFULLY, you can get the same meal at WDW Epcot for a much
more reasonable price!
Have a safe trip.........
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Old 08-16-2008, 03:10 PM   #120
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mickeymotto- The focacias are really good- very buttery and garlicky. Dh had to do a little disecting, due to the carmelized onions and mushrooms in the beef! I had the veggie focacia one day but dove in before I took any pics.
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