I don’t usually post on Saturdays, but I wanted to say thank you to a few folks who have mentioned or highlighted the Disney Food Blog in websites, podcasts, and books recently. Just click on the news headlines to be taken to the media where Disney Food Blog is mentioned.
Disney Food Blog is Mentioned in A WDW Guidebook
I’m excited to announce that The Disney Food Blog has had its first (and hopefully not its last) Guidebook mention! Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers focuses on successful WDW vacations with kids ages 2-5.
Thanks to Lisa Battista at Beyond the Attractions for this honor!
Imaginerding’s Getting to Know the Neighbors Again
George Taylor over at Imaginerding kindly let me drone on and on about my love of Disney and food in his latest “Meet Our Neighbor” segment.
Thanks to George for this opportunity. If you haven’t already become a huge fan of Imaginerding, you will! Check it out soon.
WDWToday Lets DFB Help Answer a Listener Question
Thanks to the guys (and Annette!) at WDWToday Podcast for allowing me to chat with them on their episode highlighting Animal Kingdom’s Picnic in the Park!
I had a great time on the podcast — they have so much fun over there, don’t they?! If you’re not already a regular listener to this ‘cast, get on board!
Studios Central Lists DFB as a Must-Read WDW Blog
Studios Central has listed Disney Food Blog in its 13 Must-Read Disney World Blogs list. It’s a true honor to be listed among so many of the blogs I’ve been reading for years (and a few new ones that are just fantastic).
Studios Central is the premier website about Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World and covers some broader aspects of the World as well. This is a trustworthy site, and I’ve long been a fan — pop over and get acquainted if you haven’t already; it’s well worth your time.
Mr. Frank’s Wild Ride Interviews DFB About the Epcot Food and Wine Festival
Thanks to Frank over at the Wild Ride for letting me explore the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival with him via a recent Funky Friday podcast.
We had a blast chatting, and he makes this broadcasting thing look so easy — he’s a natural! Be sure to catch the show if you haven’t already — you can hear it via Reedy Creek Radio!