Disney Food Pics of the Week: “Don’t Eat That Yet!”

Every amateur food photographer (and their families and loved ones) are very familiar with the phrase, “Wait! Don’t eat that yet!” :) Our meals get cold, we get odd looks as we position our food as close to the natural light as possible (not a comfortable task when your table isn’t by the window…), and our family and friends roll their eyes more often than not, but that’s the price we pay for a hobby!

Here are a few fun pics that show that art and style can follow an eager first bite or use a family member anticipating their dish as a fun background!

First, we begin with a favorite warm weather treat — the Mickey Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Sandwich! Photographer: JLovely

This gorgeous shot offers an inside peek into a cult favorite — the sweet cream cheese pretzels found in Disney parks! Photographer: Chrissy Field

I love this pic, as Kristen’s husband is anxiously awaiting his first bite of dessert at Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room in Disney World! Photographer: Kristen Kirk VanTassle

As always, thank you to the photographers who have submitted these photos to the Disney Food Blog Photo Extravaganza on Flickr! Come join us!


  1. says

    Jazmine: I knew you could previosly get them at the Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland, Scuttle’s Landing in Fantasyland, and a Pretzel cart in Tomorrowland. I think the Jalapeno Cheese Pretzel is somewhat similar as well.

    I really like how the bite looks on the Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s like either a baby ate it or something unreal!

  2. says

    LOL! This is such a reality for me! I always feel weird asking my dining companions to hold off on diving into their food until I can get a picture of it. Those who know about my blog get it now, but those who don’t give me a weird look. Hey, at least I make it quick. No setting up tripods and waiting for the light to be “just right”. The food is still hot when they eat it. :-)

  3. Shayne says

    ROFL, if I had a dollar for every time I shrieked “Don’t eat that yet!” or “Don’t touch that!” during our Labor Day weekend trip to Disneyland, I’d have a good chunk of spending money in my pocket! My husband is used to it, but the kids still need some reminding. :)

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