Food and more food

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  1. jodi90

    jodi90 Mouseketeer

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    How much are the snacks outside the movie theater?
     
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  3. PrincessShmoo

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    I've always gotten honey mustard sauce for dipping.

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  4. Spurr002

    Spurr002 Earning My Ears

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    Around the price of snacks at most movie theaters. Bring boxes of candy (milk duds, mike & Ike's, etc.) from home if you plan on frequenting the theater.
     
  5. jahber

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    Well, on the Dream and Fantasy there is a condiments bar with Ranch salad dressing right next to Flo's V-8 Cafe (where you get chicken strips). You could just pour some on your plate, I guess. :)
     
  6. dee slack

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    do they offer a veggie or garden burger or veggie pizza?
     
  7. carmie3377

    carmie3377 Hi, I'm Carmen and I'm a Disneyholic.

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    Great, I'll let DD know :-)

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  8. neg58

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    Yes. Veggie panninis, wraps, salads in the quick serves too.

    Nancy
     
  9. KEMdisney

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    Sorry to hijack, do you pay for food while off the ship at Castaway Cay?
     
  10. stmize

    stmize Dvc member since Nov 2010--WDW mom of ds 17 & dd 1

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    Food and drinks is included at castaway cay just not alcoholic drinks.
     
  11. EPCOTatNight

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    Nope.
     
  12. Musicalmommy

    Musicalmommy Earning My Ears

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    Sorry for hijacking as well..

    My DD who is pickey and 7 is dying to know about pasta options..

    Only she is a PLAIN pasta girl. No sauces, no green stuff. Parm cheese only. Mass piles of plain noodles. I am guessing this is not a good option for her to order at sit down resturants?
    I worry they will underestimate the amound of pasta this girl can eat when she fills her hump and take too long to get more. A kid portion of pasta will be a bit of a joke.

    Where would be the best place for her to carb load. :)

    There are few foods that she will load up on, she is a bit picky, when I see she is not getting enough calories for a day or two because of her pickyness, I try to make sure some of these favorite foods are available at a meal. Plain pasta is one. I would rather her get in a good portion of pasta, then just sugar desserts.

    Also wondering about salmon. Any salmon options?.. and is there a plain salmon with no seasonings option. Again one of my DD's favorite proteins, but she is anti seasonings and sauces. Plain Jane.
    Kids have more tasebuds than adults, and she was blessed with very sensitive ones. Even finding a toothpaste that she could palate was difficult.

    Sure she likes pizza and other things. Just looking to see best plain pasta options.

    Sorry about the book.

    Plain Pasta?
    Plain Salmon?
     
  13. TDluvsDaisy

    TDluvsDaisy DVC Member BCV

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    Tell your head server exactly what she likes. They will do their absolute best to get it for you. We made the mistake of waiting until day 5 of our 7 night cruise to ask for something. He told us "Just ask". Bet you'll have exactly what you want waiting to be served to you every night at dinner in an amount that would shock you!
     

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