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Disney Food History: Kitchen Kabaret Plush Toys on Display

Anyone else out there remember their first plush toy from Disney World? Maybe you got a brand new Mickey Mouse plush, or Minnie, or maybe even a Goofy doll!

Not me. Nope. I got the mariachi tomato from Kitchen Kabaret as my first Disney World toy! Clearly I was destined to be a Disney Food Blogger! ;-)

Anyway, a few months ago I was touring One Man’s Dream in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and I came across none other than my first Disney World toy!!

Kitchen Kabaret Tomato plush

Granted, mine was a miniature version of this, but it brought back so many memories (I really loved that tomato)! So I had to tell you about it just in case you’d like to head over to see it.

They also have the broccoli plush on display (and I think IKEA has stolen the blueprints for their new popular, but clearly less hip, broccoli toy…).

Kitchen Kabaret broccoli plush

Anyway, just wanted to share these fun finds with you — especially since Kitchen Kabaret has been immortalized (?) through a Vinylmation collection! :-)

UPDATE: Check out what reader Candace Henderson sent over!! This fun “basket of fruits and veggies” sites on her dining table to bring back great memories!

Kitchen Kabaret Basket

Did you have a favorite Kitchen Kabaret character? Let us know in the comments below!

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5 Comments

  1. V says:

    I have the eggplant and banana sitting in my kitchen! You can check them out here (along with a vintage thermos from Sci Fi Dine In Theater):

    http://noprivacyatallaroundthisplace.blogspot.com/2011/05/some-vintage-disney-stuff.html

  2. Sara Beth says:

    I had those too! We loved the “Veggie Veggie Fruit Fruit” song, and had the broccoli plush and a set of refridgerator magnets of all the mariachi veggies. Love!

  3. Lisa says:

    Oh! I miss my stuffed broccoli! I wish I still had it! Kitchen Kabaret was one of my favorite attractions.

  4. Betsy says:

    Somewhere in the depths of my parents’ basement is a broccoli plush just waiting to be dug out and displayed prominently in my house. It was a souvenir from my first Epcot trip in 1988.

    Thanks for the reminder of one of my favorite extinct Epcot Center attractions! I still listen to the KK Medley on my old “Official Album.” I love the ham and eggs routine…

  5. Christina says:

    I loved the Veggie Veggie Fruit Fruit song!! I totally had one of those tomatoes and took it to bed with me at night. Is it weird I slept with a stuffed vegetable during my childhood?

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