Okay, if you’ve been reading DFB for a while, you know we get excited about certain Disney foods.
We will never NOT tell you about our love for Corndog nuggets (and plastic cheese sauce). We will always want a Dole Whip. We rarely turn down a charcuterie board when it’s offered in restaurants — but a NEW charcuterie offering has arrived in Disney World, and YES, we tried it!
Okay, so we’re heading over to Disney’s All-Star Movies to try the Celebration Charcuterie & Cheese for $25 at the World Premiere Food Court.
This features cured meats, duck confit, aged cheeses, savory cookies, and accompaniments. So let’s take a look at it first to see what it looks like:
Of course, a charcuterie board is only as good as the meat and cheese offered on it, so let’s talk about how everything tasted. The board features Mickey crackers, alongside green olives, pickles, savory cannolis, breadsticks, hot mustard dipping sauce, Parmesan, sausage, rillettes, hot ketchup sauce, cheddar cheese, and prosciutto.
All in all, it’s a pretty basic (but yummy!) charcuterie board. The sausage had a nice kick to it, and the cheeses were all delicious. The Mickey crackers were a fun addition, though not super flavorful, and the savory cannoli was on the dry side.
The star of the board may have been the sauces, which all tasted delicious! All in all, the board is on the pricey side of things, but we found it to be a particularly fun Resort snack option to ring in the New Year!
Up first, the Celebration Charcuterie and Cheese! This runs for $25! pic.twitter.com/jAnw5o5Vrl
— Disney Food Blog (@DisneyFoodBlog) December 31, 2022
If that sounds good to you, you can get the Celebration Charcuterie & Cheese at:
- World Premiere at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
- Intermission at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
- End Zone at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
- Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
- Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
- Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
- Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
- Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort
There’s a catch, though — this charcuterie is only available for two days: on December 31st and January 1st. So if you’re going to be in Disney World those two days, grab it if you’re at any of those hotels!
WE KNOW – there are SO many great snacks at Disney World! How do you choose (we don’t want to choose but will blow our budget on Day 1 otherwise)? We’ve got you covered! We have reviewed nearly EVERY snack available at Disney World, and we’ve written a series of DFB Guides about them!
Check out our DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining + Snacks Bundle for all the details you need to plan your snackin’ and spending. You can even download them to your smartphone – it’ll be like we’re right there with you in the parks!
Here’s The Ultimate Ranking of Charcuterie Boards in Disney World
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