Have you ever asked CM to microwave something for you?

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  1. KayDox

    KayDox Mouseketeer

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    Hi,

    Yet another last min question...

    I know there is no microwave we can use, but how about handing the micowavable food to CM to have it microwaved?

    Has anybody done that before?

    Kaye :flower3:
     
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  3. gismo1554

    gismo1554 DIS Veteran

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    OK never have asked but I know you can't. They are not allowed to take food in to their kitchen that wasn't prepared in their kitchen. I know when we did the galley tour we were told this as its to do with hygene regulations. Also not entirely sure if they have microwaves even in the kitchens.
     
  4. dzorn

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    I don't have the slightest idea, but where would someone warm up baby food. Just popped into my head.

    Denise in MI
     
  5. mkycrzy1971

    mkycrzy1971 DIS Veteran

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    Are you wanting to microwave at the resort or in the park? There are microwaves in the resort CS areas (at least at the value and moderates)...if you are wanting to use a microwave in the parks, I would think if it were something for a baby they may do it...otherwise, I would not count on it. I almost bet there might be something like a health code it would violate in a food establishment where they are preparing fresh food....however, it never hurts to ask.
     
  6. dutch_girl_scout

    dutch_girl_scout DIS Veteran

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    We took DS's bottle warmer last time (uses steam to heat things up). Baby
    food jars fit in it also. It was a handy, dandy, thing to have because we could sterilize stuff in it too (pacifiers, etc).
     
  7. atinkerbellmom

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    No microwaves unless it may be one in the CM quarters, but that is off limits. If you need to heat up baby food, how about asking for a tea kettle of hot water and a bowl. Let the jar sit in the hot water, it works.:hippie:
     
  8. KayDox

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    Thank you all!

    I think we are going to bring a warmer from home.

    Kaye :flower3:
     
  9. cats mom

    cats mom Mouseketeer<br><br><font color=green>Has a wild an

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    Kaye,

    Sounds like a good plan. :thumbsup2

    Have a GREAT time on your first Disney cruise!
     
  10. tecdavidt

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    The water coming out of the hot water faucet is hot, hot, hot. Let it run until it is the hottest you can feel then fill a small container that will hold either a bottle or the baby food jar and heat it that way. This is how my doctor instructed me to heat my children's bottles and food jars. To quote him, "Microwaves can create super hot spots that can burn an infants mouth."

    Enjoy your cruise. Kathy
     
  11. tvguy

    tvguy Question anything the facts don't support.

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    Or just put the plug in the sink and fill it with hot water and put the jars in there.
     
  12. gismo1554

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    The poster was on about on the cruise but in answer to your question in the Parks they can't take any backstage to heat for you either because of the fact that there are food health and safety laws and you can't guarentee what's in the food and if they heat it and then the child becomes sick or what ever it could be down to the CM's preparation. Most locations though may be able to provide some hot water in a bowl to warm up a jar of baby food yourself.
     

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