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    Arrow trash can or kitchen sink??

    Someone told me that there's a cool dessert that's served in a sink. Anyone know where?

    Also, at happy landing (I think that's where it is in Typhoon Lagoon) that you can get a garbage paill dessert, do you get to keep the bucket it comes in?

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    I don't know about Typhoon Lagoon, but as far as the Kitchen Sink dessert that is at Beaches and Cream at the Beach Club Resort by Epcot. It has 4 or five different kinds of ice cream and all kinds of sauces (chocolate, caramel, etc.) and a whole can of whip cream plus all other kinds of goodies. The price is about 22.00 and it will feed at least 5 big eaters.

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    which is better?

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    the kitchen sink

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    The kitchen sink at Beaches n Cream has just about everything in it. Every ice cream, topping and everything in between. When they bring it to your table they call you little piggies.
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    i never heard of the trash can but the kitchen sink is huge and has every topping beaches & cream has on it.

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    I think I would sooner eat out of a kitchen sink than eat from a garbage can!!

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    Hey the kitchen sink it awesome. If you eat the whole thing by yourself in under an hour its free. Never done it but a waitress told me that people have.
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