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Posts Tagged ‘Creme Brulee’

Disney Food Trends: Desserts + Fire

Find out some of the best places to order up a show with your dessert — these delectable menu items come flaming to your table!

Disney Food Pics of the Week: Creme Brulee

Check out these great photos of some favorite creme brulee dishes in Disney World.

Disney Food Post Round-Up: May 2, 2010

Join us for this week’s round-up, covering opinions and news about the Fantastmic Dinner Package, the Wishes Dessert Party, Disney’s California Food & Wine Festival, Sanaa, Flying Fish, bluezoo, and more!

A Trio of “Traditional Desserts”

Several World Showcase desserts do a magnificent job representing their country of origin. We highlight three favorites from Morocco, England, and France today, but would love to hear your top World Showcase desserts as well!

Dessert Aux Chefs de France

It’s chocolate profiterole week at the food blog! My French may be abysmal, but we get to make another quick visit today to Epcot’s Les Chefs de France with guest poster and photographer extraordinaire, James Chapman, from DisneyfotoBlog.com. Thanks for sharing, James! “Eating a pastry at the Les Chefs de France restaurant in Epcot is [...]

Tusker House Breakfast (or…Duck a l’Harambe)

I hadn’t had Tusker House breakfast in years. I had great memories of going to the little counter-service eatery right after the park opened, getting my breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, shredded potatoes, and a biscuit, and sitting out at one of the tables, lazily watching commando dads and exhausted kids taking “monster steps” toward [...]

“Book Early” Series: Le Cellier

Lots of folks just glide right by the large, wrought-iron gate leading to the beautiful replica of Vancouver’s Victoria Gardens in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion. They figure it’s just a garden, of which there are MANY in Disney World, so why stop to gawk when you could move on to Soarin’? Le Cellier, that’s why. French [...]