My Disneyland dining reviews, with pictures

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  1. ReelMike84

    ReelMike84 Earning My Ears

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    The chili is a large ortega chili. If you like your spice mild you'll be OK with it. As for the guac there's a fair sized amount of it under the chicken breast. Next time, however, I'd probably do what you were thinking and opt for something like using ketchup or bbq sauce instead since the guac was more textural then taste adding.

    The gingerbread men sizes actually varied depending on the design. For example, I noticed that the ones in Mickey ears tended to be shorter and pudgier while the generic looking iced men tended to be pudgier and taller. If there is one aspect, at least visually, that they both had in common it was the widening belly. I couldn't tell you if the generics were soft or hard.
     
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  3. Sherry E

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    Yes, I like either BBQ sauce or mustard on my chicken sandwiches, so I would go for one of those over the guacamole. I can't believe how many yummy strawberries they give on the side. Usually, you see wimpy looking pieces of fruit on the side at restaurants, but they are really generous at Whitewater Snacks - considering strawberries are technically out of season. (Of course, here in CA, we can always buy strawberries in the store - year round - though they may cost a small fortune in the off-season months, and there may not be as good a selection!)

    Now, why, oh why, can't Blue Ribbon Bakery bring back the strawberry shortcake??

    Yep, the gingerbread men - with or without Mickey ears - are getting portly! They are awfully cute, though - I was surprised they were not all sold out last year when I went, but we saw a lot of them everywhere. People must not have really caught on to them until this year, and now they are all the rage!
     
  4. Stacerita

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    These were taking on Thanksgiving. I finally got around to posting them.

    Child's Appetizer
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    Corn Flake Crusted Chicken with Mac & Cheese
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    Child's Sundae
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  5. Stacerita

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    Roman Garlic Bread
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    Coconut Shrimp
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    Creole Calamari
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  6. Stacerita

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    Grilled Tournedos of Beef
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    New York Strip Tchoupitoulas
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    New Orleans Bread Pudding
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    Profiteroles
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  7. kaoden39

    kaoden39 <font color=peach>Prayers and pixie dust from your

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    Yumm it all looks so wonderful.
     
  8. Krissy Marissy

    Krissy Marissy <font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one

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    It suuuuuure does!!! This thread always makes me so freaking hungry...I must stop visiting it.

    And those cookies do look a little pudgie this year but I bet they are yummy! :goodvibes
     
  9. kaoden39

    kaoden39 <font color=peach>Prayers and pixie dust from your

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    I prefer the pudgy ones myself. A softer gingerbread is good.
     
  10. Sherry E

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    Yes, the cookies are probably even better this year than last, now that they are pudgy - even though I never tried them in 2007 so I am not sure how good they were or weren't last year. How could they be bad, though? I mean, as long as you like the taste of gingerbread and like Mickey ears, how could you go wrong?
     
  11. goofycathy

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    The steak at RBJK is what my DH usually has and loves it! I just love eating anything at this place...so yummy, thanks for the mouthwatering pics!
     
  12. kaoden39

    kaoden39 <font color=peach>Prayers and pixie dust from your

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    Oooh that's very true.
     
  13. EmmersIsTheMommy

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    YUMMY JACK!!!

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    and..my favorite meal in the park

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  14. kaoden39

    kaoden39 <font color=peach>Prayers and pixie dust from your

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    Oh my gosh! That looks so wonderful!
     
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    where do you get the Jack dessert at? is it cheesecake?
     
  16. smiley_face2

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    Usually I edit out the pictures when I reply, but these are tooooooo good! :thumbsup2 2 of my favorite things at the park...... man oh man, this thread is really hard on my waistline!! :yay: and these 2 pics.... now I know what they mean by food porn!!:rotfl2:
     
  17. Disneylvrforever

    Disneylvrforever Stitch is my puppy!

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    Yes it is cheesecake & can be found at the French Market.
    For some reason, I still haven't seen that cheesecake. Maybe Jack doesn't want me to eat him.
     
  18. EmmersIsTheMommy

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    Ya French Market. Seriously if you haven't tried their chowder and breadbowl you MUST.

    It was ALL OVER the place when we were there. Mmmm Those were the FRESHEST raspberries EVER, no lie.
     
  19. goofycathy

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    Ok, making mental note "put jack dessert on list of food porn items I need to try when im back at DL"

    Oh and to make matters worse, my DH, who is a truck driver just left Oregon to make a delivery in Buena Park....he said if I "behaved" I may get a Christmas present from Downtown Disney :love:
    I love that man!
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  20. smiley_face2

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    Lucky girl!!! :banana: I'll have to keep you in mind when we are getting ready to drive down in a couple of weeks. This will be our first winter trip through Grants Pass without our truck. We've got a new crossover vehicle and don't know how it will be if it snows... we may end up having to go all the way round the coast! :scared1:
     
  21. borntoshop96

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    This has to be my all time favorite thread! Everything looks so yummy. Do the kids meals still come in those cute collectable containers?
     

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