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Old 10-04-2012, 08:43 PM   #196
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Won't be at CMC until Nov 25, but on this board's thread about Cape May dinner buffet changes, it is a definite that shrimp is still on the buffet....but, it's been peeled for us! So that's an upgrade, unless one likes to tear apart the shrimp themselves. So, "no more peel & shrimp" is correct, but peeled shrimp is there. Maybe since the ribs were taken away from us, the powers that be are allowing us to eat the shrimp faster so we can eat more?!

Note - the 'old' ribs have been replaced by "short ribs" per the CMC menu changes thread.
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:47 PM   #197
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i'm glad we ate there in December since it appears we won't go back. i don't eat the skillet. DH does, but he liked the brisket and pork options. when we went in December with my family, three adults and one child had the skillet; two adults and one child had a la carte.

and i don't get the argument now not having the food costs for the a la carte options. if they're still serving a la carte for lunch, then they have to have those foods there anyway. i realize some of the old offerings are gone now. but i would've rather then just cut down the number of a la carte options at dinner versus taking them away completely.
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:53 AM   #198
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Labor is the single biggest cost category for restaurants. So what people are saying makes it sounds like making individual plates for each person on the table takes more cooks than making a single platter for the table.
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Does WCC still offer the all you can drink milk shakes? I don't see it on allears or Disney website. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by conniehar90 View Post
Does WCC still offer the all you can drink milk shakes? I don't see it on allears or Disney website. Thanks!
Yes and yum!
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