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  1. Bellona

    Bellona Earning My Ears

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    I just got these to recipes last week from WDW. I have already tried the corn chowder and it tastes exactly like I remember it. I haven't had a chance to make the pancakes but I bet they'll be just as good.

    Enjoy!


    CORN CHOWDER

    3 tbsp Butter
    2/3 cup Flour
    7 oz Diced Onion (1 medium)
    7 oz Peeled Diced Potato (1 medium)
    1 quart Milk
    ¼ cup Chicken Stock
    13 oz Creamed Corn (1 small can)
    10 oz Frozen Corn (1 small box)
    2 tbsp Salt
    ¼ tsp White Pepper

    Over low heat, melt butter, onions and sauté’ until tender/translucent. Add flour, cook approx. 5 minutes stirring continuously. Add remaining ingredients and whisk together. Simmer ½ hour or until potatoes are tender. Adjust seasoning and serve. Yield: Eight, 8 oz portions



    Macadamia Pancakes with Macadamia nut Butter

    Yield: 12 – 15 pancakes

    Ingredients, Boatwright’s Pancakes
    1¼ cups sugar
    3 teaspoons baking powder
    ¼ teaspoon salt
    2¼ cups all-purpose flour
    1½ cups milk
    3 each eggs
    6 tablespoons vegetable oil
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract


    Method of Preparation
    Sift flour into medium bowl
    Add brown sugar, baking powder, and salt into medium bowl.
    Add eggs, milk, vegetable oil, vanilla extract and beat until smooth.
    If using an electric skillet pre-heat to 350 F; pre-heat griddle or skillet on medium until a few drops of water dance on the surface.
    For each pancake pour ¼ cup batter onto skillet and cook on first side until bubbles form and sides look dry, flip over and cook until golden brown
    Top with your favorite syrup or Honey pecan butter listed below

    Ingredients, Macadamia nut Butter
    One stick butter (at room temperature)
    ¼ cup honey
    ¼ cup toasted Macadamia nuts

    Method of Preparation
    Combine butter, honey, and toasted Macadamia.
    Use a spoonful to top pancakes.
     
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  3. GDUL

    GDUL DIS Veteran

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    I think that this might be the sauce that you're looking for:

    1 pint Guinness
    1 pint sugar

    Boil in pot and bring down to a simmer.
    Leave on for 15 minutes.
    Watch that it doesn't boil over.

    We asked for this at Raglan Road and the chef (Caroline Ingle) came out and wrote it on an order ticket for us. We've tried using this as a marinade on steak for grilling - tasted pretty good! Just have to watch the meat so that the sugar doesn't burn.
     
  4. lynninpa

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    Thanks, Bellona, for these great recipes! :upsidedow
     
  5. lynninpa

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    Thanks, GDUL! :thumbsup2
     
  6. TwingleMum

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    I've made the Butternut Squash soup from Boma for Thanksgiving and it was awesome. I'm at work so I'll post tomarrow. I would love the Griddled Poundcake dessert from Liberty Tree anyone have that one????
     
  7. lynninpa

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    TheRatPack: Here ya' go!

    LTT: Tavern Salad Dressing
    from: Cooking With Mickey Volume II

    5 egg yolks
    1 Tbsp Dijon mustard
    3 cups salad oil
    1 cup red wine vinegar
    1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
    1 tsp. fresh lemon juice
    1/8 tsp. white pepper
    1/2 tsp. chopped fresh dill
    1 Tbsp. sugar
    1/3 cup water

    With an electric mixer, whip egg yolks until pale yellow & light. Slowly add mustard & oil until completely blended. Add remaining ingredients and mix until creamy.
     
  8. TheRatPack

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    Thanks! If you come across the Strawberry Vinigrette or the Raspberry one let me know...those were great too!
     
  9. betsywdw

    betsywdw <font color=deeppink>DIS Veteran<br><font color=ro

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    What a great thread! I'm sorry I don't have any recipes to share but if I do find any, I will for sure! Thanks :goodvibes
     
  10. donna6635

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    :sad1: I don't have a recipe to add, but if anyone has a recipe for the layer cakes (lemon/citrus) that they previously served at the Main Street Bakery many years ago, I'd love it. It has to be one of my all time favorites- still wish they served all the great baked goods like they used to. It was my favorite treat! Going in December, so maybe I'll grab a few to post here.
     
  11. lynninpa

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    Will you happen to be eating at Le Cellier, Donna?! Many of us would just looove the recipe for the Prince Edward Island Mussels appetizer! ;)
     
  12. akalittleeva

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    I have the recipe for Kona's Sticky Wings, but it doesn't have the mustard sauce recipe part, does anyone have the full recipe?
     
  13. lynninpa

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    Could you post the recipe for the Wings?! That would be great! :thumbsup2
     
  14. grammy58

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    Is this considered a dessert? How is it served at gf? It sounds wonderful.
     
  15. dmonroe

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    We had the strawberry soup at 1900 Park Fare--it was very good! It was a buffett, and I don't remember if it was considered a dessert or not.(I remember eating it--I just don't remember where I got it! LOL)
     
  16. akalittleeva

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    I haven't made these yet, nor have I eaten at Kona(yet), so not sure how they would compare...it calls for mustard sauce, but doesn't give a recipe for it, I would love to have that part...I got it from this website...http://www.wdisneyw.co.uk/recipes.html


    Sticky Wings
    from Kona Cafe, Polynesian Resort

    Yield: - 4-5 servings

    10 ea Wings
    3 oz Wing Sauce
    1 ea Green Onion, chopped
    1 pinch White and black sesame seeds
    1 oz Mustard sauce
    8 oz Canola Oil



    1. Heat oil to 350°.
    2. Cook wings until crispy.
    3. Reduce sauce until sticky
    4. Toss wings in sauce.
    5. Garnish with green onions and sesame seeds.
    6. Drizzle with mustard sauce.



    Sticky Wing Sauce:

    ½ lb Brown sugar
    5 oz Minced garlic
    1 ¼ c Soy sauce

    1. Mix well.



    Sticky Wings Poaching Liquid

    22 ea Chicken wings
    ¼ qt Soy sauce
    ½ lb Brown sugar
    ½ lb Minced garlic
    ¼ qt Water

    1. Heat everything but wings and bring to a boil.
    2. Add wings and cook for 20 minutes.
    3. Remove, cool wings, and discard liquid.
     
  17. donna6635

    donna6635 Mouseketeer

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    :wave2: Hey Lynn, I am going to Le Cellier for dinner. Will add this to my list. Just need to remember :laughing: to get it!
     
  18. GoofTroop

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    My husband loves the Boboti from Boma's. Would anyone happen to have the recipe for this? I'd love to surprise him with it for dinner some night.

    Thanks,
    Elizabeth
     
  19. akalittleeva

    akalittleeva Mouseketeer

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    Got this off of allears...

    Meat Bobotie

    YIELD: 10 servings

    Ingredients:

    2 pounds Ground Lamb, Beef or a mixture of both
    ½ pounds onion, large dice
    1/8 cup rice wine vinegar
    1/16 loaf white bread
    1/16 gallon cream
    1/16 pound sugar (add more as needed)
    ¼ ounce cinnamon (adjust as needed)
    1/8 pound almond or pumpkin seeds, sliced
    1/16 pound seedless raisins
    1/16 pound golden raisins
    1/8 ounce curry powder (adjust as needed)

    Topping

    1/16 gallon Easy Eggs
    1/16 gallon heavy cream/milk


    Method:

    Heat oil and caramelize the onions. Reduce heat and add dry spices. Mix well. Deglaze with rice wine vinegar. Add meat and continue to cook until meat is cooked through.

    When the meat is done, drain 90% of the grease off. Then tear the bread into small pieces and add it as well as the cream to the meat mixture.

    Add the sugar and mix well. Add a little bit of water if the mix looks too dry. Then add the raisins and almonds. Re-season and cool.

    In a small container, place the bobotie mixture and top with the egg custard mix. Bake in the oven at 325º F until golden brown and cooked through.
     
  20. GoofTroop

    GoofTroop Mouseketeer

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    Thanks so much! I looked quite some time back and couldn't find it. He'll be exstatic!:yay:

    Elizabeth
     
  21. TigerKat

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    Great thread!!!!! Subscribing and hope to be able to contribute as well!:thumbsup2
     

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