These are the people who have dedicated many hours of their time to writing, taking photographs for the blog, scouring news feeds, working behind the scenes, and more.
AJ is the owner and Executive Editor of the Disney Food Blog. AJ has been a Disney parks fan since her first trip to Disney World as a wee one. Now she can’t ever decide between Disneyland and Disney World, and luckily lives in Texas, equidistant between her two favorite places. Her focus on Disney food started during a trip while in graduate school, when she was more excited about choosing restaurants than choosing rides. Today, she owns, writes, and edits the Disney Food Blog. You can contact AJ here about contributing or advertising with the blog.
Kimberly LaPaglia is the Disney Food Blog Editor, a position that encompasses just about everything under the sun. She is an inaugural WDW Moms Panelist and served as the Disney Cruise Line specialist during her second term on the panel. As a life-long Disney fan, Kim has ventured to WDW as a honeymooner, mom, and “tour guide” to extended family.
While on Disney vacations, Kim seeks out dining options to please the various taste buds of her family, including her husband, Michael, and 18 year old son, Nicolas. Her favorite meals include breakfast at Boma, lunch at Via Napoli, and dinner at Yak ‘n Yeti (Mango Pie!) or Narcoossee’s. One of her favorite memories — dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table on New Year’s Eve!
She especially loves the Disney hotels and has almost stayed at every resort on WDW property.
Heather Sievers writes the Dining in Disneyland column for the Disney Food Blog, focusing on all things edible in Disneyland Resort. She’s a lover of all things Disney (especially vintage), a former elementary school teacher, a mom of two boys, and an all around professional fun haver. She and her husband have had Disneyland annual passes since they were teens and their 2 boys have been going to Disneyland since birth, making them seasoned pros, too! One of their favorite things to do is head to Disneyland for dinner — yep, just dinner. Well, and maybe one ride plus a Mickey Bar. YUM!