Whats on your do not miss food list?

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  1. becfehr

    becfehr DIS Veteran

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    Cream cheese stuffed pretzel from Launching Pad at MK is a ritual every year.

    My DH insists on he... I mean... The kids need Frozen Cokes to cool off with. ;-)
     
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  3. FloraFauna

    FloraFauna DIS Veteran<br><font color=magenta>I was really go

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    baked macaroni at Chefs de France (EPCOT)

    meatballs & spaghetti at Tony's Town Square (Magic Kingdom)

    cinnamon roll from Kringla Bakery (EPCOT)
     
  4. SillyFamily

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    Ok my must do list is fairly eclectic. Here goes...

    Turkey Leg :goodvibes
    Bison Burger pixiedust:
    Cloud Horn :hyper:
    Caramels from germany :banana::banana:
    pot stickers from Kona
    Candy apple (caramel chocolate)
    Funnel Cake from AK (1 snack credit YAY!!)
    Corn bread from Boatwright
    Strawberry Soup from 1900 Park Fare
    Surf and Turf from Yatchsmen Steakhouse :lovestruc
     
  5. budafam

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    We leave in 2 weeks for a 9 day/8 night trip and I have 19 ADR's... only 4 are repeats for me. Those are 'Ohana's dinner, Boma dinner, TRex lunch & CRT breakfast. As for snacks... Dole Whip. I'm also going during Food & Wine. My favorite there is the Hops & Barley stand with the lobster cuddler & lobster roll. YUM!
     
  6. saintfan

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    Dole Whip, Turkey Leg,Conch Fritters(Olivias),Mickey Ice cream bar, Adult choice Avacado Margarita,Kona coffee,Fried Chicken at 50's Prime Time just a few choices.
     
  7. saintfan

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    Oh yeah anything at Boulangerie Patisserie
     
  8. Anna114

    Anna114 Pluto Rocks!

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    Here's my list lol

    Main st popcorn (I even bring home a bucket on the plane for my kids)
    School Bread
    Cheddar cheese soup w/pretzel bread for dipping
    Dole whip
    Altenmunster ( hops and barley are a snack right?) from Germany
     
  9. cheshirecatattack

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    I would definetly have to say:
    Zebra Domes:)
    Main St. Bakery Cinnamon Bun
    Dole Whip
    and anything from Karamel Kuche!
     
  10. xipotec

    xipotec Grinning Ghosts

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    Ok what is School Bread?
     
  11. lovin'fl

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    For my DDs it's the Mickey ice cream pops (we call them Mickey heads). For me (and my entire family and all of my inlaws) it's the bananas foster bread pudding at Ohana. I also must get the gm slushie at France pavilion and DH likes several beers from the WS. DS likes some sandwich at Earl of Sandwich. Those are the things that come to mind right away.
     
  12. Ro Z

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    Nachos at trex, big river or crews cup. Espns are good too. Chocolate fondue at kona. Wings from 'ohana. Chocolate dipped pineapple at the caramel shop in germany. Zepolle and pizza at via napoli. Frozen margarita from mexico. Fries from wolfgang express, also love the chicken. Creme brulee at chefs. Popcorn and a drink from anyplace haahaa! The chips they make now at a lot of places. I think they call them housemade chips. Ds got a great wine from Italy. I think a moscato? I could go on but it is getting late!!! Lol! princess:
     
  13. Ro Z

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    Oh ya and we get a french baguette from the shop in France to bring back to resort. Yum
     
  14. disneyfan2kids

    disneyfan2kids DisneyFan3Kids now, but I can't change my name.

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    MK:
    Waffles @ Sleepy Hollow
    Banana Bread Pudding @ main st. Bakery
    Vegetarian Chili @ CHH

    Ep:
    Ham & Cheese Croissant @ Boulangerie (my #1 BTW)
    Margarita @ Mexico

    DHS:
    Carrot Cake cookie @ Writer's Stop

    Ohana Pot Stickers

    Off topic :offtopic: not a CS but must make family each try "Beverly" in Epcot each trip...and take pics of faces:lmao:

    :goodvibes
     
  15. redheadedmermaid73

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    I almost forgot! The raspberry lemonade slush from the QS place by the teacups (used to be Enchanted Grove). I took my 2.5 nephew a few weeks and he loved it too! I think he ended up drinking almost half of it :lmao:
     
  16. AlohaAnnie

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    Popcorn - My family could not do without it, barely makes it back to the resort.
    Mickey Ice Cream Bar - DD loves it!
    Turkey Leg - DS
    Carmel Corn from Germany - The Family loves popcorn
    Packaged Goofy's Candy Company Candy - we take several bags home with us.
    Mickey Pretzels from MK Frontierland cart - nothing special but they love it with cheese.
    Frozen Coke drinks from anywhere
    I love the Mango Green Tea Slush & Egg rolls from Joy of Tea

    Nachos & Corn Dog Nuggets from Casey's with Cheese
    That Nasty Greasy Taco Salad from Pecos Bills - love it - Tums are a must

    Cape May Dinner
    Ohana - Potstickers, wings, & love the sauces they serve

    Breakfast at BOMA! YUM!

    Nachos from Mexico - I have had better Nachos but it something about eating them at Epcot.

    Iced Tea at Rose & Crown - so good!

    AK - Flame Tree - Pork Sandwich - Love the sauce

    I am sure there is more, I just can't seem to remember!

    ;)
     
  17. Anna114

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    Starring Rolls Bakery Butterfinger Cupcake at Hollywood Studios!!!

    Captain Cook's Hawaiian Nachos at the Poly (you can also get a dole whip there!)

    Meatball sub at Earl Of Sandwich in Downtown Disney

    Cheddar Cheese soup and house burger at Le Cellier in Epcot/Canada.

    Cookie from the carmel shop in Epcot/Germany.

    Pot Pie casserole at Chef Mickeys! (my family is looking for the recipe if anyone has found it!!!)

    Mickey Cake pop at Goofy's in Downtown Disney (can probably find it in MK and other places too that's just the first place I saw it/only place I got it on my short trip in May)

    Cinnamon and sugar Almonds in MK.

    Burger from Beaches and Cream at Beach Club.
     
  19. MrsJD

    MrsJD What if the Hokey Pokey really is what it's all ab

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    Things I must have AGAIN:

    Ohana, all of it (except shrimp, allergic)
    Earl of Sandwich, (The Original)
    Cream Cheese pretzel
    Blood Orange Margarita
    Yorkshire Fish and Chips, for nostalgia
    Macademia pancakes at Kona

    Things I must TRY this trip:

    Chocolate caramel cupcake (germany)
    Earl Holiday sandwich
    Art of Animation food court
    Ham and Cheese croissant fro France...and maybe a few other things there!
     
  20. kopppa33

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    What are School bread and Zebra domes?
     
  21. TruBlu

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    You get school bread at the bakery in Norway. It's hard for me to describe food, but I'll try...
    It's a light sweet bread, filled with a thick cream, topped with a caramel glaze & coconut!!!! Best thing ever!!!!!

    Zebra domes are a coffee-ish flavored white chocolatey dome with a dark chocolate drizzle on top... terrible description, I know...
    You can get them on the Boma dinner buffet at Animal Kingdom Lodge or the Mara counter service, also at AKL.

    Hopefully someone can describe them better than me. :)

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