DS has life threatening food allergies to dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts. He eats no food in restaurants, other than apple slices and chicken nuggets from McD's. He also eats no food prepared by anyone other than my grandmother, my mother, myself and my DH. We visited Tusker House on Mother's Day for 8:00am breakfast. Our chef was Chef Ricardo. He came quickly to the table and listened intently to DS's allergies. We discussed options and then he offered to take me around the buffet. I politely declined because of the risk of cross contamination. He came out with the food below. Bacon, sausage, Mickey waffles, loads of fruit and ELF cookies for later. He also brought a light up Lightening McQueen for DS, stating that since it was a special day for him, he wanted to "hook him up." We were extrememly pleased with Chef Ricardo. Later, when I was walking through the buffet, he stopped me to ask if DS had enough food and if there was anything else we needed. We had the same experience in Akershus for the Princess breakfast. Unfortunately, I did not get the chef's name, but he did great with DS also. He brought bacon, sausage and hashbrowns first. He then brought out regular waffles and pancakes and also a huge bowl of fruit, finishing with cookies. DS was in heaven getting to eat like everyone else. Oh ya--I forgot that we got a chicken and green beans from Cosmic Ray's. DH ordered this and there was some misunderstanding about whether or not it could've had cross contamination, so they gave us an additional chicken and green beans for free that had no possible risks of x-contam. DS was also able to eat the raspberry sorbet at the Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street. It probably took close to 15 minutes for them to put one scoop of sorbet into the bowl because of the "allergy order." Finally, a CM went in the back because she was furious that I had waited so long for one scoop of sorbet. It immediately came out with her. And Babycakes in Downtown Disney was fabulous (for DS and DD)! (I'm not a fan of gluten-free products, because of the graininess, but I have texture issues with grainy food.) DS picked a chocolate iced donut and had it gone in about 13 seconds, then shared a lemon muffin top with DD. DS, of course, had never eaten anything from a bakery and has only had homemade glazed donuts twice. DS did eat a turkey leg in Animal Kingdom, but had no other WDW food. We cooked/brought the rest of his food into the parks. Overall, it was a superb experience and we are so grateful there is a place that DS can be like everyone else.