DisneyFoodBlog highlights the recipe for Pooh’s Breakfast Lasagna from Crystal Palace in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
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DisneyFoodBlog highlights a recipe from the 2008 Food and Wine Festival — India’s Mango Mousse!
Chef Kevin Dundon, Master Chef of Raglan Road in Downtown Disney and Chef/Proprietor of Dunbrody House in Ireland, answers a few questions about his culinary vision and accomplishments (including one about this year’s Food and Wine Festival!) at the Food Blog!
Disney World’s School Bread Recipe from Epcot!
I have every intention of using this photograph again in a blog post about soup at Disney World. (Because I. Love. Soup.) But, for now, it’s serving its purpose as your motivation to add this recipe to your dinner plans as soon as the Fall chill sets in! The soup is so rich I could [...]
This cheesecake was a hot topic when POP Century Resort first opened in 2003 (do you remember?), and it’s still as weird, wacky, and delicious as it ever was. Now, Disney’s got some “pricier” cheesecakes around property, but it’s tough to beat this one for outright fun. This’ll be a great alternative to standard birthday [...]
The Little Dessert That Packs a Punch Disney theme parks have their iconic treats (think Dole Whips and Mickey Bars), but the Disney World resorts have theirs as well. One of the most well-known and documented of these is the coffee-kahlua flavored Zebra Dome made famous by Animal Kingdom Lodge’s Boma Restaurant. While these take [...]
‘Ohana, at the Polynesian Resort, is a hawaiian-themed restaurant that serves skewered meats and side dishes family-style. Their menu has taken many twists and turns over the past several years, but at least one of the changes has been embraced by just about everyone who’s tried it. The Bread Pudding with Bananas Foster Sauce, although [...]