Disney Food Post Weekly Round-Up: April 4th, 2010

From Mad Hatter's Peep Party Diorama

Welcome to the Round-Up! Quick Disney food news recap on this Easter Sunday morning:

Finally, don’t forget to head over the DisMarks Disney Blog Carnival for some great reads (30 submissions!!) about your favorite topics! And now, on to the Round-Up!

The Washington Post showcased these videos of the Marshmallow Peeps Diorama competition, two of which show dioramas themed to Disney movies (Winner: “Eep” — a representation of “Up.” Finalist: “The Mad Hatter’s Peep Party” — a representation of “Alice in Wonderland.)!

Three Baking Sheets to the Wind created some amazing Alice in Wonderland themed cupcakes. Just wait until you see the “Tweedledee and Tweedledum” ones… Wow.

Progress City USA has a picture of Jim MacPhee drinking Beverly. (You won’t know if it’s worth looking until it’s too late.) Also, a piece of history with Disney’s launch of French-fried ice cream.

Designing Disney has an Easter Egg Hunt on his blog… see if you can find ‘em!

Disney has released photos of the Walt Disney Signature dining installation in collaboration with design innovator, Cappellini, for this year’s Dining By Design DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS) event in New York City.

AllEars has a great photo blog from The Wave…of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

Disney Parks Blog shows us how to find our favorite candy on Mainstreet USA!

Disney Shawn shows us the ins and outs of Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in WDW’s Magic Kingdom.

Studios Central has a great write-up of the recent counter service menu changes in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Orlando Sentinel talks about butterbeer at the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios (I know…not technically Disney…but awesome!)

WDW Radio shares a special find — the Adventureland Veranda serving meals again…if only temporarily!

Disney Every Day has some pics of breakfast at the Polynesian Resort’s Kona Cafe.

Magical Kingdoms reviews Cafe Mickey in Disneyland Resort Paris.

Introducing: The Disney Blog Carnival!

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I wanted to do a quick post introducing everyone else to the:

DisMarks Disney Blog Carnival!



A blog carnival, for those who haven’t seen one before, is a collection of posts submitted from different bloggers on a similar topic. It often takes place weekly or monthly.

DisMarks.com, a Disney-focused social news website, launched a brand new Disney Blog Carnival this weekend. With 30 submissions, the carnival is huge, and it’s a great place to find new Disney blogs that you might like! (BTW, there are several articles about Disney Food!!)

Take a bit of time on this Saturday morning to pay a visit to the Disney Blog Carnival and check out some awesome new — and veteran — Disney blogs!



If you’re a Disney blogger and want to participate in the next Disney Blog Carnival, everyone is welcome. Submissions for the next carnival are due on April 10th, and you can submit your articles or blog posts right here.

Spotlight: DisMarks.com

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Wondering what that little castle button is at the bottom of the blogs? Lemme tell you all about it! I’m taking a break from the food writing today to mention a great new website that’s been beneficial to me both as a blogger and a Disney fan.

DisMarks.com functions as a social media network for Disney information–in other words, it’s Digg for Disney stuff.

Its creators were excited about the rapid increase in Disney blogs, websites, and news outlets popping up throughout the web and wanted to build a clearinghouse that would give an opportunity for webmasters to present their work, and for Disney fans to bring attention to and vote for their favorite sites, blog posts, news items, etc.

In social media and marketing terms, DisMarks offers webmasters a chance to expose their work to a brand new audience, meet and get to know other webmasters, link build, and check out some of the other great Disney media out there.

For Disney fans, DisMarks offers the chance to submit and vote for your favorite websites, media stories, blog posts, and podcasts–and to learn about lots of new Disney sites you might not have seen. And you know you’re seeing the best stuff, because Disney fans just like you have voted certain stories up to the top!

So, if you like any of my food blogs, feel free to click that little castle button at the bottom of the page and vote for the story!