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Friday
Mar042011

Foodie Friday

Welcome to our new Foodie Friday segment where we highlight one of our favorite foods from Disneyland Resort! Today's spot of honor goes to one of our newest favorite treats -- the cream cheese filled pretzel!

The cream cheese pretzel can be found in Disneyland at Coke Corner on Main Street, U.S.A. or at select pretzel carts around the park. This twisted treat is great deal at only $3.49. On top of that, AP holders get a discount when buying at Coke Corner. The cream cheese is sweet, which makes it extra delicious and addicting! We hope you'll enjoy one on your next trip! ºoº

Wednesday
Jan262011

Wordless Wednesday

Tuesday
Sep282010

Halloween Time 2010 Offerings

It's that time of year again when Disneyland is full of festive fall offerings and wicked fun! Halloween Time runs from September 17 - October 31, 2010. Check out the spooky Halloween decor, sample the seasonal foods and meet a few Disney villains! Take advantage of all these fun seasonal offerings... they're a scream!

Pay Events

  • Mickey's Halloween Party (formerly Mickey's Trick-or-Treat Party)
  • Disney's Happiest Haunts Tour (discounts available for AP & D23 members)

Entertainment

  • Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Roundup (Disneyland Park)
  • Main Street Pumpkin Festival (Disneyland Park)
  • Character meet and greet (Disneyland Park)
  • "Halloween Screams - Villainous Surprise in the Skies" fireworks spectacular

Attractions

  • Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy (Disneyland Park)
  • Haunted Mansion Holiday (Disneyland Park)
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (DCA)

Merchandise (just to name a few...)

  • Seasonal plush
  • Costumes
  • Mickey Mouse Ear Hats
  • Mickey Mouse candy bucket
  • Halloween themed pins 

Food

  • Fall cupcake - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Baker's Field Bakery, Pacific Warf Cafe, Disneyland Hotel Coffee House, Whitewater Snacks
  • Gingerbread beignets with eggnog anglaise - Cafe Orleans
  • Caramel apple cider - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Carnation Cafe, Mint Julep Bar, Royal Street Veranda, Baker's Field Bakery, Disneyland Hotel Coffee House
  • Halloween Mickey Mouse inspired bat cookie - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Stage Door Cafe, The Golden Horseshoe, Baker's Field Bakery, Pacific Warf Cafe, Surfside Lounge, Disneyland Hotel Coffee House, Whitewater Snacks
  • Demitasse Dessert Cup (mini caramel apple muffin with pumpkin mousse) - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Plaza Inn, Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante, Baker's Field Bakery
  • Demitasse Dessert Cup (hazelnut Tiramisu topped with pumpkin mousse) - Carnation Cafe, Big Thunder Ranch, Blue Bayou, Cafe Orleans, Golden Vine Winery Trattoria, Storyteller's Cafe
  • Pumpkin muffin - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Main Street Cappo Cart, Baker's Field Bakery, Pacific Warf Cafe, Golden State Cappo Cart, Disneyland Hotel Coffee House, Surfside Lounge, Whitewater Snacks
  • Pumpkin Pie - Plaza Inn
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte - Blue Ribbon Bakery, Carnation Cafe, Mint Julep Bar, Royal Street Veranda, Baker's Field Bakery, Disneyland Hotel Coffee House
  • Coffin Dessert / Mexican Halloween Cookies - Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante
  • Haunted Mansion Holiday Jack's Chocolate Mud Coffin - French Market

*Gift with purchase Haunted Mansion Holiday Halloween Town Pewter Figurines (available with each single purchase of $35 or more, after tax, and any applicable discount, while supplies last) - French Market, Cafe Orleans (beginning September 26).

Friday
Apr242009

NEWS: Food & Wine Fun Facts

20 April 2009
Disney's California Food & Wine Festival Fun Facts

Fun Facts


Tantalizing taste buds with authentic, international flavors, Disneyland Resort celebrates its fourth annual Disney’s California Food & Wine Festival, with a six-week “World Celebration” featuring celebrity chefs, signature and complimentary experiences and winemaker dinners with themes from around the globe. 

Southern California Restaurant Writers recently awarded Disneyland Resort 15 new awards for its restaurants and chefs – just in time as it prepares to launch the 2009 Disney’s California Food & Wine Festival.  

NEW in 2009

Where can you find “Bad Boy” of the Food Network, Guy Fieri, along withcelebrity chefs and nearly 100 Disneyland Resort chefs?

  • Whipping up cooking demonstrations for guests to discover new twists on timeless classics, daily at Disney’s California Adventure.

Passport handy?

  • Embark on a Festival Wine Walk and get the flavor of France, Italy, Spain and Germany, or experience the California wine country featuring 89 American Viticulture Areas – without ever leaving the Food & Wine Festival!

Celebrities on your mind?

  • Go Behind the Scenes with…stars of the Food Network!  Trade kitchen secrets, ask culinary questions and capture a photo. Curious about becoming a winemaker? Meet baseball legend, Tommy Lasorda (Lasorda Wines) and get “direction” from the guru of Pixar films John Lasseter, along with his wife Nancy (Lasseter Family Winery).

Who’s the SWEETEST of them all?

  • Learn the magic of creating a pastry masterpiece from the highly-skilled chefs of Sweet Cheeks Baking Co., San Diego, and Cake Monkey Bakery, Los Angeles, during Sweet Sundays.

Dream of becoming a MASTER Wine Connoisseur?

  • Master Sommelier Michael Jordan, of the award winning Napa Rose restaurant hosts a six-hour Advanced Wine Course featuring an in-depth look at international wine regions, various growing and harvesting techniques, wine laws and governances – a perfect recipe for wine expertise. Or, try his introductory course for another immersive experience.

It’s a Whole New World…

  • Experience an exciting menu every week during World Celebrations Dinners – featuring the aromas and flavors of Italy, Spain, France, Korea and Japan as well as the wines of Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite).

 

For additional information, please visit www.disneyland.com/foodandwine

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