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Discussion in 'Cooking' started by DizneyDogs, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. DizneyDogs

    DizneyDogs <font color=red>Mouseketeer<br><font color=navy>Sc

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    The soup and bread pics look really yummy!!!
     
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  3. lucas

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    This looks soooooooooo good! :)
     
  4. DizneyDogs

    DizneyDogs <font color=red>Mouseketeer<br><font color=navy>Sc

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    Orange Beef - recipe is out of the Cooking with Mickey Cookbook

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  5. Princesswanabee

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    That looks yummy and the presentation is awesome! :worship:
     
  6. Tatania

    Tatania Disney Foodie

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    And everything to grab my camera and take pictures because I'm too busy getting the food on the table - and my camera doesn't work too well in doors - but here are a couple I just made.

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    Panko Shrimp With Mango Sauce (PCH Grill)


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    Mango Flan (Crystal Palace)

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    Pan Asian Noodles (Kona)

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    Almond Encrusted Cheesecake (Narcoosee's)

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    Dalkey Duo (Raglan Road) & Goat Cheese Tart (F & W Festival) and Sour Apple Chiller Cocktail (WDW)
     
  7. Disney8704

    Disney8704 <font color=deeppink>I so need to do that!<br><fon

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    My 1st try making Tonga Toast. I couldnt find any sourdough bread that wasnt sliced. So I had to buy the sliced bread instead. I never had tonga toast before. I thought it was OK. I guess Im not a hot banana person :rotfl: DH liked it alot though.

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  8. DizneyDogs

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    Yummy Tonga Toast! We made it again this weekend too (see 1st post for pic)

    We get the unsliced sourdough bread from Albertson's bakery - we just ask the clerk for an unsliced loaf it comes frozen and then you just bake it at home in the oven for 10 minutes, they will also bake it there if you want to wait. So anyway just check with your grocery store's bakery to see if you can buy it unsliced.
     
  9. J.C.&ALI'SMOM

    J.C.&ALI'SMOM <font color=darkblue>I really had to bite my tongu

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    My mom made the french toast loaf from Main St. Bakery last weekend and it was exactly like the one you get at WDW!! Unfortunately it was at her house and I didn't get a photo.
     
  10. Jakesmom1

    Jakesmom1 <font color=red>The Tag Fairy shows herself to no

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    You folks are amazing. Love those photos :love:

    Is there a recipe for the yummy pretzel bread from the Biergarten? And if so has anyone made it ?

    I would love to be able to make that bread for my family.:goodvibes

    Only 61 more days till POR. :dance3: :dance3:
     
  11. Tatania

    Tatania Disney Foodie

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    There's no recipe for that but I did make the Cracked Wheat Rye Bread from there (Cooking with Mickey Volume II) and everyone loves it.

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    Cracked Wheat Rye Bread - Biergarten

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    Edamame Salad (Crystal Palace) from Delicious Disney
     
  12. DizneyDogs

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    I could go for some of that bread and salad right now - looks yummy!
     
  13. Tatania

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    Sonoma Goat Cheese Ravioli from Califoria Grill - not looking as good as the real version but it tasted very good.



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    Shrimp Prosciutto Penne Pasta (Grand Floridian Café)
     
  14. Tatania

    Tatania Disney Foodie

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    This salad is in Delicious Disney and is a very tasty dinner salad.


    Steakhouse Salad from Concourse Steakhouse

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  15. DizzDoll

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    I forget - what time did you say dinner was?????? Everything looks so good - from the food to the presentation. Good work!!:thumbsup2
     
  16. MelanieC

    MelanieC <font color=blue>BL II - Blue Team<br><font color=

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    You guys just reminded me I need to get my Delicious Disney recipe book out and make something. I bought it last summer and haven't made anything. If I don't make a few things - DH is never going to let me buy another recipe book. Plus that was a pretty darned expensive book if I remember correctly, lol!
     
  17. Chedstro

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    Oh thanks so much for adding to this thread! :worship: I love these pics:thumbsup2
     
  18. Eeyore's Tailfinder

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    We made the scalloped potatoes from 'Ohana and they were GOOOOD!! :teeth:
     
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    Choux Fritters

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    we used cinnamon sugar mix instead of powdered sugar I also put some honey on mine too.

    Here's the recipe:
    Disneyland New Orleans Square Choux Fritter Recipe

    Yield: 3 dozen

    Heat oil to 375 degrees

    Ingredients

    1/2 cup butter or margarine
    1 cup water, boiling
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
    4 eggs
    4 cups vegetable oil
    Granulated sugar

    Directions

    Melt butter in boiling water, add salt and flour and beat vigorously. Remove from fire as soon as mixture leaves side of pan. Transfer to mixer bowl, cool slightly. Add eggs, one at a time, beating after each addition.

    Heat oil to 375 degrees. Dip a tablespoon first in hot oil, then in batter. Carefully drop tablespoonfuls of batter into hot oil and cook until brown on all sides. Remove from oil with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels. Roll in powdered sugar and serve hot. Yield: 3 dozen.
     
  20. Pumbaa_

    Pumbaa_ >Hakuna Matata!< Moderator

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    Moving thread to the cooking board, also where the great ecipe thread lives. :thumbsup2
     
  21. party of 3

    party of 3 <font color=royalblue>i can't believe that i will

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    OMG do those look good. what a pic. crystal clear. and i love the tink glass. where did that come from??
     

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