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Disney Food Post Round-Up: October 13, 2013

For those of you who have been waiting for more Grey Stuff goodness from Magic Kingdom’s Be Our Guest Restaurant, check out the Grey Stuff Brownie!! Debuting during the Halloween season, this should be on the menu as a regular item going forward!

Grey Stuff Brownie

And are you headed to the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival? Check out our review of the brand new Parisian Breakfast.

But there are even more events taking place — we love the Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic! Or treat yourself to the Flying Fish Cafe’s Instructional Luncheon. Read more below!

What else was in the news this week? Read on…

Disney Food News

Catch up on your reading!

Of course, there’s more! Check out all the latest Disney Food News — even the stuff we don’t mention in posts on the blog! — on our Disney Food News Pin Board, including a Trick or “Tweet Up” for Give Kids The World, Price Increases for Disney Cruise Line’s Palo restaurants, and more!

DFB Reader Finds

If you find a fun new food — or other edible awesomeness — in or from Disney, share a photo with us on facebook or twitter so we can add it to our DFB Reader Finds each Sunday!

Twitter friend Norma shares “@DisneyFoodBlog Thanks for letting us know about the cheese dispenser at Casey’s Corner. It made a great addition!” Yay for Plastic Cheese, Norma!

Cheese!

Reader Oli tweeted “GAWRSH I’m addicted!” Me, too, Oli!!

Goofy's Assorted Sour Balls

Thanks for sharing!

The DFB Guide to the 2013 Epcot Food & Wine Festival e-Book

Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the DFB Guide to the 2013 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival e-Book THIS WEEK! With over 190 pages and multiple bonus items, it’s pretty substantial. And just in time to make your plans — the festival is under way!

This week, we have a discount option for DFB readers (as always!). You can get the mini-guide for $3 off the regular purchase price — just use code TRAY at the check-out!

As always, we’ve made this mini-guide instantly downloadable for your convenience, and easily installed on your mobile devices.

It’s a PDF guide with over 190 pages of detailed information about the Festival as well as photographs and customized bonus items to help you get the best experience possible.

Want an Even Better Deal?

We’ve got it! For an even bigger discount, head over to the DFB Store and check out our e-Book Bundles!

All the Guides Bundle, Including Food and Wine: Planning a big trip and need the low-down on Disney Food across the board? We’ve got it all for you in this steeply discounted e-Book Bundle, which includes the Epcot Food & Wine Festival Guide and the Holidays at Disney World Guide!

Food and Wine Bundle: Another chance to pick up two of our very best-selling guides! Get a significant discount on our 400-page DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2013, and the DFB Guide to the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival — together! This Food and Wine Bundle offers all of our insider tips and tricks for the Festival AND the rest of your Disney World visit!

For more detailed information and sample pages from The DFB Mini-Guide to the 2013 Epcot Food & Wine Festival, head over to DFBMiniGuides.com/foodandwine!

On to the Round-Up!

Mickey Fix features a cute Mickey Mouse Teapot for One

Studios Central spots Halloween Treats in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

Gorillas Don’t Blog features vintage photographs of a “No Picnic Lunches Allowed” sign and an old-fashioned popcorn cart!

Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups stops by the Magic Kingdom’s Big Top Treats for Caramel Apples.

All Ears attends a Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party!

The Daily Disney looks at the enhanced marketplaces at Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival.

PortOrleans.org discovers new menu items at Boatwright’s in the Port Orleans Riverside Resort.

The Disney Blog showcases the new beverage menu at the California Grill in Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

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3 Comments

  1. heidi says:

    I can’t wait to try the Grey Stuff! I have reservations in January.

    I’m surprised by how many people like the plastic cheese sauce. I don’t and am rather miffed when real shredded cheese is not on my hot dog!

  2. Marion says:

    We ate at Boatwright’s last night and enjoyed our evening there. We sat right under the big boat and my husband and daughter enjoyed the new pimento cheese fritters. The prime rib was excellent with an amazing sauce, but the bummer of the night was the short rib. The red wine reduction was burnt! We had to send it back. I’ve never had to do that at a Disney restaurant! But without any fuss, my daughter and sister were given alternative meals quite quickly. The short rib on the review that you have a link said it was outstanding. Not our experience at all. Although tender, it was inedible with that sauce.

  3. Erin says:

    My husband and I are eating dinner at Be Our Guest on Christmas Eve during our honeymoon. I can’t wait to try the grey stuff!

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