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  1. WDWRids

    WDWRids Ready to go back!!

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    Would love a copy.....please send to ariddick@embarqmail.com Thanks much!
     
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  3. jets

    jets Earning My Ears

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  4. MissDisney121

    MissDisney121 DIS Veteran

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    Anyone have the recipe for the goat cheese potato gateau from the wave? I had it there a few days ago and it was so good.
     
  5. kitsune1842

    kitsune1842 Earning My Ears

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    I would love a PDF of allt he recipes if your still working on it my email is nevans1842 (At) hotmail.com

    Also, I love that there is the Goat Cheese Appetizer from Restaurant Marrakesh at Epcot, but is there any chance you have or can find the recipe for the greens that were served like a garnish under the goat cheese balls? Those and the sauce/dressing that were on them added a great flavor to the goat cheese.
     
  6. bzzelady

    bzzelady DIS Veteran

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    Here's my contribution...obtained from one of my friends who is a WDW CM.

    Naan Bread
    Sanaa, Disney’s Animal
    Kingdom Villas



    3 2/3 cups all-purpose flour
    1 tablespoon sugar
    1 tablespoon coarse salt
    1/2 tablespoon baking soda
    1/2 cup milk
    2/3 cup warm water
    1 tablespoon canola oil
    4 tablespoons butter, melted


    1. Combine flour, sugar, salt and baking soda in the bowl of an electric
    mixer fitted with the paddle attachment; stir to combine.

    2. Combine milk, water and oil in a medium bowl; whisk to combine.

    3. With the mixer running, pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients. As
    soon as the mixture comes together, switch attachment to a dough hook,
    and mix until dough is smooth and no longer sticky. Do not overmix.

    4. Cover bowl with plastic wrap, and set aside at room temperature for 1 hour.

    5. Place a pizza stone on a top rack of the oven, positioned approximately 6
    inches below the broiler. Preheat oven to 500° for at least 30 minutes.

    6. Divide dough evenly into 5 pieces. On a lightly floured
    surface, roll each piece into an 8-inch circle.

    7. Turn oven to broil. Carefully slide one circle of dough onto the
    preheated pizza stone, and broil until bread is bubbled and golden
    brown, about 2 to 3 minutes. Watch carefully, as the bread can
    burn very quickly. Repeat with remaining dough rounds.

    8. Brush the warm bread with melted butter and serve immediately.


    Makes 5 (8-inch) breads
     
  7. Tropical Wilds

    Tropical Wilds The Command considers us a bunch of losers.

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    Loving the recipe above me... :)

    I'm still plugging away... I didn't realize that as things got further, people posted multiple recipes on one post... That put me waaaaaay behind schedule. Sorry about that.

    As a funny thing, I made the tie-dye cheesecake from Pop and it came out awesome... My son saw it and announced "I want that in my mouth." That recipe is AWESOME.

    [​IMG]
     
  8. phyllis1966

    phyllis1966 Something witty

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    Holy cow, your cheesecake looks awesome! Now I want it in my mouth, too! :rotfl:




    :sunny:
     
  9. StephLS

    StephLS Everything Disney

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    i want that in my mouth too! How awesome is that. I know what i will be trying to bake next week!!!!
     
  10. bzzelady

    bzzelady DIS Veteran

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    That cheesecake looks fantastic!
     
  11. EeyoreEma

    EeyoreEma DIS Veteran

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    Beautiful cheesecake!!! Mine did not turn out that beautifully!

    I'd also like to be added to the list - erinaddington@bellsouth.net Thanks!
     
  12. Ilivetogo

    Ilivetogo I really DO want to live there!

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    Ditto!!!

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  13. jmrbc9900

    jmrbc9900 Earning My Ears

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    Please add me to the PDF list! It won't let me put in my email! What can I do?

    We have two Disney cookbooks but they don't have that many recipes compared to what Disney chefs make!
     
  14. wen-tom

    wen-tom spit spot!

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    OOh i would love a copy of your PDF file if you wouldn't mind. my email address is lastbeilby@gmail.com

    :goodvibes
     
  15. cheerbop

    cheerbop DIS Veteran

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    would love to also be on the list bforrest @ frontier . com
     
  16. LegoJediMom

    LegoJediMom Earning My Ears

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  17. *Flower*

    *Flower* Needs to Win the Lottery!!

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    I can't remember if I requested a copy of the pdf when it's done.

    Pretty please send me one at figment13@usa.net

    Thanks so much!!
     
  18. JJ in wonderland

    JJ in wonderland Mouseketeer

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  19. jmrbc9900

    jmrbc9900 Earning My Ears

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    Jmrbc9900@gmail.com. Please add.
     
  20. poohangel

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    I would also love the pdf file. I may have already asked but i must have been deleted in my junk mail. sorry

    abettens@hotmail.com
     
  21. Clare Voince

    Clare Voince In Spiritual Repose

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