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    what is the one food you have every time you go to WDW and why





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    Well it used to be the Turkey Leg, but anymore I don't have a "Must Have"





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    It's not a food but, I inevitably end up buying a Diet Coke SOMEWHERE, no matter which park I'm in. HAHA!

    I recently discovered the chili in the Publick Dining Hall in America in Epcot is actually pretty good. It's my new favorite cold-weather lunch option. In warm weather it's sushi from the quick-serve in Japan. I want to try the cafeteria in the Land pavilion next time. Seems like it's always around 11 or 1130 am when I get done with Soarin' so it seems the perfect time to get something in my stomach before I *ahem* start making my way around the World.
    Also love the croissants and elephant ear pastries in France. Sweet snacks.
    Anything served at the Rose & Crown for dinner. And my NEW fave dinner place is La Hacienda.

    I like the kid's pork egg roll meal with fried rice and grapes or carrots at the quick-serve in Animal Kingdom by the Yak & Yeti. It's the perfect portion for an adult. Especially if you also get a beer. HA!
    I also like waiting to eat breakfast until I get to AK and go straight to Pizzafari. There is NEVER anyone else in there. Quite the contrast from the noisy cafeterias at the Values. Nice quiet breakfast of french toast sticks to get the day going.

    WDW varies. Last time I ate lunch there, it was at the Pirate & Perico across from POTC. I think I got a quesadilla that you could then take to the toppings bar and put whatever you wanted on it, which I thought was nice. I also like the wrap sandwich at Pecos Bill's.
    LOVE Tony's for dinner. I'd eat there any time! Love the gnocchi! Servers are super-nice and I have seen them be very accomodating to those with dietary needs. (Plus they always give me a to-go cup of coffee!)
    If it's chilly I always have to get a hot chocolate from the beverage hut between the Tea Cups and Belle's storytime area. I think it's called the Enchanted something?
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    I don't always get them (I'd be bigger than a house) but those huge, soft pretzels in Germany always whisper to me...

    Why? Not sure. I just like them!






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    Mom's meatloaf at the 50's Prime Time.

    Why? Because it's Mom's meatloaf of course!

    Tom (... or perhaps the PB&J milk shake!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 240174
    Mom's meatloaf at the 50's Prime Time.

    Why? Because it's Mom's meatloaf of course!

    Tom (:macave:... or perhaps the PB&J milk shake!)
    For me it is Aunt Liz's Golden Fried Chicken with greens. YUM.





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    An ice cream from the ice cream shop on Main Street MK. This year i really wanted to try a dole whip, but by the time we got round to sitting down for 5mins we werent close to a dole whip place, so i had cookies and cream from MS again!



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    Mickey waffle topped with strawberries

    Oh and one of those enormous marshmallow rice krispie square things mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




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    Dole whip, ice cream sandwich, anything at Boma! Frozen bananas are the margaritas in epcot a food?














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    A cappucino ice cream sundae with hot fudge sauce and whipped cream from Kilwins at Celebration ( I have at least one a week when I'm there...

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