Happy New Year, Disney food friends! We’re thrilled to show a few new things we found over at the Wilderness Lodge. But first: that lobby! That TREE! It’s truly spectacular and worth a visit even if you’re not staying at the resort!
We are back with another fun post featuring YOUR Disney Food Pics of the Week! That’s right — this is the post that we turn over to you guys to showcase all of the amazing food photos that you share on the Disney Food Blog Photo Extravaganza!
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Today, I thought it would be fun to share with you some Holiday Treats that the group has captured on film. Let’s hit it!
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Goodies
You just know it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas when Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party gets underway at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom! Festive decorations, that beautiful castle, snow on Main Street USA — and complimentary Hot Cocoa and Cookies! Sign me up!
Photographer: Hilary White
Mickey Krispie Treats
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… I love being on the Earl of Sandwich email list. Not only do you get a free sandwich for your birthday month (which I just redeemed!) but you also get emails letting you know about seasonal specials.
When this one recently arrived, I got pretty excited!
Holiday eats have descended upon Earl of Sandwiches across the country, and I headed into our local Disneyland store to check ’em out! Note that these are also available at the Walt Disney World Earl of Sandwich!
Holiday Turkey Sandwich
We all know that the Holiday Turkey Sandwich is here to stay as it became a permanent menu item last year. And even though it’s always there, I still get super excited whenever I get a chance to have one.
Piled high with turkey, stuffing, gravy & cranberry sauce, this sandwich is comfort food at its best. A hand held Thanksgiving meal, the Holiday Turkey Sandwich is toasted to perfection and really can not be beat.
Holiday Ham Sandwich
New to the holiday sandwich family this year is the Holiday Ham Sandwich.
With heaps of ham, fresh pineapple rings & a holiday apple glaze type sauce, this sandwich is sure to be a huge hit. Served warm and toasted just like all of its Earl relatives, the flavors in this new sandwich really pop.
In my opinion, you can’t really go wrong with a pineapple/ham partnership.
Peppermint Brownies have also made a comeback. They taste just as great as they did when they made their debut last year. Chocolate goodness sprinkled with [Read more…]
EDITOR’S UPDATE: Please note that the Downtown Disney District Earl of Sandwich location in Disneyland Resort closed in June 2018.
I am ecstatic to announce that the doors have been opened and those lovely golden bricks have been flying through that little toasty oven faster than you can say “Holiday Turkey Sandwich, please!”
Located directly next to the AMC Theater Complex across from The Rainforest Cafe, the Earl of Sandwich has replaced the Compass Cafe and Bookstore.
And although the bookstore was fun to browse and the cafe sold Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, I’d much prefer a sandwich from Earl any day. Last week the doors soft opened with a 25% discount on all menu items, and then “officially” opened this past Friday. I snuck over Thursday to get my fix.
The soft opening was no secret, and with the entire menu being 25% off I expected there to be a pretty substantial line. And I was correct.
When my boys saw the line they about had a panic attack because A: It was already 1:00 and they were beyond ready to eat lunch and B: They had never been to an Earl of Sandwich, so they had no idea how quickly the line moves. After visiting the Orlando and Vegas locations, I was fully aware of how well-oiled this sandwich making machine was.
I assured them that we’d move quickly and that it would be well worth the wait. I also bribed them and told them they could pick whichever dessert they wanted…
Menus While You Wait
My guess is that there were approximately 100 people in front of us in line, but we managed to order and have our food on the table in about 25 minutes. The line was outside the building and wrapped back to the temporary ice skating rink, but there were friendly Earl helpers [Read more…]