Disneyland Distributing Tickets for Candy Canes on November 26, 2010

Disneyland Candy Canes: Image (c) Disney

It’s Disneyland Candy Cane time again!

Once again this year, tickets will be distributed for the very popular homemade treats from Disneyland’s Candy Palace. Our Disneyland guru, Heather Sievers, just reported from Disneyland that the tickets will be distributed on November 26th at the Candy Palace right at park opening! Of course — this is always subject to change…

Last year, the canes retailed for $9.95. To find out when the canes will be made, call the Candy Kitchen menu line: 714-781-0112.

Disney Food Pics of the Week

We’re starting a new series here at the Disney Food Blog highlighting some of the amazing photography submitted to our Disney Food Blog Photo Extravaganza Flickr Group!

This week, we’re taking a look at some sweet treats, close up!

First up, you can find these familiar treats at the Candy Palace in Disneyland. That famous mouse is coming in all shapes and sizes these days… . Photographer: Michael Greening

Disneyland Mickey Truffles

These World of Color rainbow apples are new to Disneyland, commemorating the brand new nightly water and color extravaganza! Photographer: Kierstin

World of Color Apples in Disneyland

A favorite sweet treat for those of us who can’t get enough of Peanut Butter and Chocolate — two great tastes that taste great together! This is the classic No Way Jose sundae at Beaches and Cream. Photographer: Angela Sledz

Beaches and Cream No Way Jose Sundae

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Disney Food Post Round-Up: May 9, 2010

Welcome to the Disney Food Post Round-Up! The big news this week: FREE DINING! Yep, it’s been announced. Check out the details for 2010 Disney World Free Dining Promotion right here. AND, if you’re in a humorous mood, check out my tongue-in-cheek “pros and cons of free dining in Disney World,” which I wrote up last year!

Also, I’m home from a wonderful week exploring Disney’s California Food & Wine Festival and will continue posting coverage of the event throughout the month, but you can check out information about the Festival and my posts to date here! Now — on to the round-up!

Cakewrecks has an awesome series of Star Wars cakes in honor of Star Wars day. (BTW, don’t forget to check out the latest Star Wars Weekends info over at Studios Central!)

Family Rambling has a great recap of her weekend eating around Walt Disney World!

Playground Magazine has a Q&A with managing editor Jenny Fauser, who discusses great tips for Dining in Disney World.

Main Street Gazette visits the Main Street Confectionery in Disney World! (Note: Main Street Gazette and Disney Food Blog will be blogging about “mirror image” locations in Disney World and Disneyland throughout the month of May, so stay tuned! Click the following link to see my corresponding piece for this week about Disneyland’s Candy Palace.)

Babes in Disneyland has everything you ever wanted to know about Disneyland Corn Dogs!

Theme Park Insider poses some interesting answers to the question, “What would you do to help make theme park food better [read: healthier] for visitors?”

Tikiman Pages has some favorite recipes from the Polynesian Resort! (Sorry, Tikiman! Hadn’t seen this page before or I would have posted it sooner!)

Vintage Disneyland Tickets has a 1969 train menu from the Union Pacific Railroad Streamlined “Domeliner” service to Los Angeles, which features Disneyland on its front and back covers! (OK, argue if you want that this isn’t “Disney food,” but it’s cool and you know it.)

Disney Every Day has a Sushi review at California Grill in Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

Chip and Co has a review of Citricos at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

The Orlando Sentinel brings us a blast from the past — a Lau Lau Clams recipe originally from the Papeete Bay Verandah’s dinner buffet! (Thanks to George Taylor from Imaginerding.com for the tip!)

And if that’s not enough reading for you, be sure to check out the DisMarks Disney Blog Carnival 3rd edition! There’s tons of great Disney articles from both new and veteran Disney bloggers. :-)

Homemade Treats From Disneyland’s Candy Palace

Have you ever realized how many similar dining opportunities exist in Disneyland and Disney World? That’s what my colleague and friend, Ryan from Main Street Gazette, and I were discussing a couple of months ago when we came up with a fun idea. We knew we were both headed to Disney parks — he to Disney World, and I to Disneyland — and thought it would be an intriguing series of posts to compare our experiences at “mirror image” locations in Disney World and Disneyland!

For the next month of Wednesdays, you’ll see us reviewing back-to-back, mirror image foodie havens in the Florida and California parks! Whether you’re headed to the East coast or the West, we’ve got your Disney Food needs covered — please join us for the ride!

Disneyland's Candy Palace

Making Magic

Today, we’re discussing the homemade goodies from the Main Street candy stores at Disney World and Disneyland, which means I get to talk about Disneyland’s Candy Palace! And let me say right up front — this place is all about the homemade! You know they’re famous for their homemade candy canes during the holiday season, but they’re making homemade candy — front-and-center — every single day of the year here.

Making Peanut Clusters at the Candy Palace

From fudge and pecan rolls to molasses sponge and rocky road, there’s always something brewing at the Candy Palace — and you can buy freshly made packages of your nostalgic [Read more…]

Disneyland’s Homemade Candy Canes — Reserve Ticket Required!

FOR 2010: 2010 Disneyland Candy Cane Reserve Ticket Dates Here.

Disneyland’s homemade candy canes are a Christmas tradition… so much so that you now have to get a reserve ticket to buy one! This holiday delicacy is returning to Disneyland’s Candy Palace this Friday.

According to the OC Register:

This year, the Candy Palace on Disneyland’s Main Street is issuing tickets so park guests can reserve candy canes ahead of time, avoiding the massive lines that mark candy cane day at the Palace every Christmas.

Disneyland-goers can find out when candy canes are being made by calling a special phone number, updated each Sunday with information about what kind of candy is being made each day that week. The Candy Kitchen Menu line is 714-781-0112.

Check out this article for more information about Disneyland’s Candy Canes, including how they’re made, why they limit the number sold, and more!

Also, set your DVR for Saturday night, when you can see the Food Network’s Guy Fieri highlight the candy cane-making along with other Disneyland holiday treats on Guy’s Disney Holiday!