Disney Food Pictures...Part IV!

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  1. Dani C

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    Ok, time to post some pics.

    First stop - Planet Hollywood

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    Planet Hollywood Lobster Tempura Eggrolls

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    Planet Hollywood Tangled Fruit Drink

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    Planet Hollywood Bananas Foster Cheesecake

    Second Stop - Hollywood Brown Derby

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Bread Basket

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Butter

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Crisy Phyllo Napoleon of Bleu Affine

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Grilled Loch Duart Salmon

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Grapefruit Cake

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    Hollywood Brown Derby Birthday Surprise

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    50's Prime Time

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  4. DisneyDreamerMN

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    How was the Braised Beef? Was it fatty?
     
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    50's Prime Time

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  6. bellebookworm9

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    My friend that ordered it just told me "It was good...as far as fatty, ummm...it didn't bother me, but I do remember there being a not inconsequential amount of fat". :confused3
     
  7. PrincessSuzanne

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    I have had the Shepherds Pie at Raglan Road and it is huge and very good. I can barely eat half of it.
     
  8. wifey

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    Thanks everyone for your posted photos, the food at the Three Broomsticks looks good however I can't look at that Shepherd's Pie at Raglan Rd without shaking my head though..

    Traditionally here in the UK "Cottage pie" is made using BEEF and "Shepherd's Pie" is made using MUTTON or LAMB never a combination of both. This goes back to when shepherds were responsible for moving their sheep flocks over arable lands from day to day and any lost animals were used to provide sustenance to the shepherd . The same applied to drovers who moved cattle all over the country on foot sometimes cattle didn't make it and they had to be destroyed and cooked making several portions if meat to be given away to be eaten amongst the drovers and travellers between towns.

    These days folks use ground beef or lamb or if you are being frugal off cuts from other joints from either a side of beef or a side of lamb. My family for several generations has never served or eaten it with a huge salad either, it's always served with a couple of sides of vegetables and gravy to match the meat used.
     
  9. bonnie w

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    Just wanted to say thanks to everyone for the great pictures and wonderful postings.
     
  10. jsebsirois

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    Just curious : is the Tie-Dyed Cheesecake still offered at Pop? We would love to try it so planning to stop by on our way to Downtown...
     
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    Figment, I hope to bump into you in the parks one day. Would love to take my pic with you! :) You're a celebrity foodie in my book! :thumbsup2
     
  12. ttintagel

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    Do they always serve them with the fryer basket? That is absolutely adorable!
     
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    It should be, they still had it the first week of June (that was the first thing my kiddos wanted, too).
     
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    Main Street Confectionery

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    That looks wonderful! We :love: Captain Cooks! But I have to laugh at the TOWER of DOLE WHIP!!! :rotfl2: Bonus points for the mad balancing skills to create that tower of yumminess! :thumbsup2 :banana:
     
  17. bluejasmine

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    Not only that but it appears there are two laps lapus with that flatbread and dole whip! That's what I'm talking about! Lol
     
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    October 2012 Epcot and Wine Festival
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    Beer-Battered Onion Rings - 50's Prime Time Cafe
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    Sampling of Mom's Favourite Recipes (Crispy Fried Chicken, Fork Tender Pot Roast, and Meatloaf with all the fixings)

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    That looks delish!!!
     
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