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Old 08-19-2008, 07:02 PM   #46
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The Earl of Sandwich (Downtown Disney)


The Earl's Club - roast turkey, bacon, Swiss cheese, lettuce and tomato (Great Sandwich, Great Price)


The Full Montagu - roast beef and turkey with cheddar and Swiss cheese, romaine lettuce, tomato and mustard sauce (Excellent)


Cannonballs - meatballs, marinara sauce, mozzarella and parmesan cheese (DS loved it!)
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Old 08-19-2008, 07:25 PM   #47
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Amtrak Autotrain Grub!

We took the Autotrain to WDW this time and had a blast. Although not on property this was definitely part of our gastronomic Disney journey this summer.


Dinner and Breakfast in the Dining car is included in your ticket price.


Beef Goulash (This was an awesome entrée!!)


Chicken Tenders (Just ok DW wished she ordered the Goulash...which she did on the way home)


New York style Cheese cake with your choice of Strawberry or chocolate toppings)


Chocolate Cherry Cake (Sooooooo rich I could only finish half)
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:31 PM   #48
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ok, I have to share the story behind this one. Last fall we had dinner at Ohana on a Monday night. It just so happened that the New Orleans Saints were playing on Monday Night Football that evening. Because we are HUGE Saints fans (Yes, even though we live in Nebraska), my entire family was wearing Saints jerseys that evening.

We waited and were seated, when the head chef that evening (Keith, I think, my memory isn't as good as it used to be) came over and told us that Chef Kim (the head chef at Kona that evening) had seen us and came running over to Ohana to find out where we were sitting, and that he wanted to stop over and say "Hi" a little later. We said "ok". (Keith said he'd never seen Kim move that fast )

So we have dinner and Keith comes over to check on us a few times (It was kind of cool to get that sort of attention from the chef). Well, when it's time for dessert he says that he has a surprise, and he sets this plate on the table. Then he brings the regular Ohana dessert to the table (bread pudding in the background) too. Any way, just then Chef Kim from Kona comes over and talks to us for a while. Turns out he's from the New Orleans area and was excited to see fellow Saints fans all decked out in gear. So he had one of his chefs create a chocolate fluer de lis and surrounds it with a collection of desserts from Kona. We talked to him for a while and really enjoyed the desserts. Especially the Kona ones, as I'm the only one in my family that likes the bread pudding, so the others were excited to have a variety. It's DW's favorite, even though she doesn't like the dessert.

Anyway, it was really cool to experience that and to interact with the chefs at both Kona and Ohana. Had a great visit, both guys are great. Just one of those unexpected, "magical" moments.

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Old 08-20-2008, 06:33 AM   #49
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8

Next on my food countdown....

Still Maya Grill... but onto dessert....

Here is mine (I had never had Creme Brulee before and had to ask the waiter what it was.... sounded good so I ordered it)






Ooops made a mistake on the countdown... its only 9
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Old 08-20-2008, 08:55 AM   #50
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Liberty Tree Tavern - dinner

Declaration Salad



Rolls w/ honey butter



Green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy



Mac and cheese, meat platter (ham w/ mustard sauce, turkey, beef) w/ stuffing



Apple cobbler w/ ice cream

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Old 08-20-2008, 09:00 AM   #51
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Restaurant Akershus - breakfast

Plate from cold bar (ignore the eggs)



Hot plate (the BEST breakfast potatoes in WDW)

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Old 08-20-2008, 09:05 AM   #52
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Coral Reef - dinner

Bread basket



Lobster Bisque



Mixed Greens Salad



Grilled Mahi Mahi w/ cashew jasmine rice, pineapple chutney and Malibu Rum buerre blanc



Grilled NY Strip Steak w/ potatoes au gratin and broccolini



Chocolate Wave



Bailey's and Jack Daniels Mousse

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Buffet Bonanza!

Boma Breakfast


Another Boma Breakfast - heavy on the bacon!


Crystal Palace Dinner - No room left on the plate!
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Old 08-21-2008, 06:18 AM   #54
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8... the real 8 this time!

Still at Mara Grill.... but this is the last and the best....

My Mom's dessert... Fried Cheesecake!

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Old 08-21-2008, 11:50 AM   #55
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Ok, I'm going to give this a try...

These are from our Sept. 2007 free dining fun--just me and 4 of my kids. We'll be there to do it again in 3 weeks, but this time dh will be coming. These first pictures are at Citrico's:

My son's salad:


I believe this is the sauteed shrimp appetizer:


Grilled Swordfish Provencal:


Tiramisu:


Dessert from the kid's menu, Dalmation Biscuits (chocolate eclairs):


More to come...
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Old 08-21-2008, 12:00 PM   #56
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From the Concourse Steakhouse

This was the filet over some kind of croutons or something. I think they called it "mediterranean salad" or something like that. I remember I didn't care for it, but the steak was good:


Here's my daughter trying to decide between 2 of the desserts, a chocolate cake, and I think the other might have been Butterfinger cheesecake?:


This must have been the steak off the kid's menu?:
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Old 08-21-2008, 12:17 PM   #57
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At Wolfgang Puck Cafe

My sushi platter:


Asian Hoisin BBQ Ribs:


BBQ Chicken Quesadilla:


I don't see this dessert listed on the menu anymore; I think it was some sort of chocolate cake:


My son had the creme brulee:


Make Your Own Sundae Artist's Palette from the kid's menu:


I have more!
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Old 08-21-2008, 12:24 PM   #58
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Does candy count?

We lined up early for Miyuki's show, and she picked all four of my kids:



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Old 08-21-2008, 12:36 PM   #59
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Coral Reef & Brown Derby

My twins shared the NY Strip steak at Coral Reef:


But they each insisted on their OWN Chocolate Wave! I don't blame them:


This was at the Brown Derby- the Grapefruit cake and the Chocolate Flourless cake:
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Raglan Road

"Kevin's Heavenly Ham":


"Paddy's Pork":


I think this is a partially eaten appetizer, "Dalkey's Duo":


My bread pudding pictures didn't turn out well, but this is "Dunbrody Kiss":
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