The best advice I could give you is to go to this forum I know called, "Ask GrumpyDude".
p.s. If you ask Disney for a recipe they will most likely give it to you.
ok, this isn't really as much about WDW dining as it is about the food, specifically making it at home......
we are hosting Christmas at our home for the first time this year, and are looking for ideas for foods we can cook and put out for a 'help yourself'/buffet line type deal.
so, which Disney dishes are out there that i can make, and where can i find the recipe? thoughts, comments, suggestions?
Originally Posted by Disneybratt
try allearsnet.com in the dining section....scroll all the way to the bottom left of the column for the recipes section.
Finger sancwiches are easy, cheap, and great for snacking. just cut the crusts off regular bread and fill with whatever?---chicken salad and egg salad are good choices. Then all you have to do is cut them in 4's. or if you want to get really DIsney with them use a mickey head cookie cutter to cut the bread b4 you fill it. Maybe add some type of greenery(lettuce, watercress, etc.) to it for fanciness. They look expensive and hard to make--impress your guests...lol
I will think of more later...I LOVE PLANNING PARTIES-tho I have a big problem with getting ppl to actually show up for them-I am a pariah apparently
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after i posted i realized that i had forgotten about the recipe section......
i was hoping to get specifics, like "i tried blahblahblah dish and it was excellent, would work great for a holiday dinner....."
nope, no need, my bad. sometimes the fingers/mouth works faster then the brain.Originally Posted by flutter
lol! HILARIOUS!Originally Posted by Disneybratt
I have a Walt Disney Recipe Book that I will have to look when I get home. I have tried many things in it but we don't have people over but there might be something interesting in it that would work.
I have made the recipe from Allears for the triple Berry Cobbler. It is awesome and pretty easy to make.
Here are some Disney Dining Recipies for you.
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I would say have some dole whips, turkey legs, mickey bars, churros, and Hooplas and you got yourself a feast!!!
If your having Dole Whips then I'm there!!!!Originally Posted by dzney4lyf
Turkey legs, garlic smashed potatoes, and Samuel Adams. Dole Whip and churros for dessert.
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