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Favourite Disney food & drink

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by totallydizzy, Apr 26, 2010.

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    totallydizzy Earning my ears

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    What are the things you have to have each time you go? I'm trying to build a list of new things for us to try on our next trip :)

    We have funnel cakes, kitchen sink so far
     
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    Gotta be a Peanut Butter and Jelly milkshake from the 50's Prime Time. :thumbsup:

    Tom :)macwave:... pb&j rules!)
     
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    Pineapple dole whip from MK :D
     
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    mmm pineapple dole whip is my favorite.

    I also like to get the candy and caramel apples as well.
     
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    The large fudge squares you can buy at the likes of Candy Cauldron ..... totally yummy. Unfortunatley totally full of calories. Fortunately calories don't count at Disney :D
     
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    Yep, with walking miles, calories definitely don't count.

    I love the choc at Goofys Candy Shop, so that's always must. Usually the coconut haystacks or a toffee bar.

    I must eat a mickey waffle! They're just better waffles when they are shaped like Mickey's head.
     
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    Do you know, i dont really have a favourite thing - i have a notebook for this years trip though and im making notes on things ive read on here! Really like the sound of the dole whip! :yes:
    Just have to remember to pack my notebook - thats the tricky part!!
     
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    It used to be that on every trip I had to have at least one Turkey Leg. But something about them has changed and I don't enjoy them as much any longer. So I guess my favorite treat would be the sugar free Butter Pecan Ice Cream on Main St. USA.
     
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    You have it on your list already but we always have funnel cake when we go to the water parks - we have it with ice cream and chocolate sauce :drool4:

    Sandra
     
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    Amazing the things you all mention that I haven't seen or tried! I'll have to make a list as well!
     
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    not from a park but i have to have the vanilla and choc ice cream from walmart in a gallon tub, and no one but no one is allowed any, the others can get their own :lol:
     
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    Iced cappuccino float from Sleepy Hollow in the MK - ready to watch the parade :wiggle:
     
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    A croissant and champagne in France, Reisling in Germany, sake in Japan, limoncello in Italy, and a Strongbow in UK (at Epcot).
     
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    My new fave is the avocado margarita that can be had at the tequila bar in Epcot's Mexican Pavillion.
     

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