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Thanks for the pictures ZapperZ and Kristen. I am soooooooooooooooooooooo hungry right now I could take a bite out of each. Yum!

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I wish I had a plate of these right now.

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From our Lunch at the Liberty Tree Tavern - Pot Roast, and the Vegetarian Burger with Sweet Potato Fries. And the Butterfinger Cupcake from Starring Rolls Smile

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These pictures are awesome!

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See? I just knew that this thread has a lot of life left in it! Smile Just look at all these Disney food photos!

Now I'm starving! I think I'll make myself some French toasts!

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From our Lunch at the Liberty Tree Tavern - Pot Roast, and the Vegetarian Burger with Sweet Potato Fries. And the Butterfinger Cupcake from Starring Rolls Smile

BUTTERFINGER CUPCAKE!!!!

banana yeah banana yeah

I love you, JeffC; that picture made me smile. . .and drool all over my iPad!!!

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Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding at Raglan Road

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I think that Bread Pudding is 25% of the reason why I want to go back to WDW. muchlove

Bread pudding is the only reason I am going to go to Ohana for dinner. yum That pic of Raglan road's bread pudding looks really good.

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The yummy chicken at Pollo Campero in Downtown Disney. We ordered it with Spanish rice and plantains. One of the best quick service meals in all of WDW.

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Fruit served for breakfast at Ohana.

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Sleepy Hollow waffles.

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OOooo, now that looks really good, finngirl! Pardon me while I drool all over everything....

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Hmmm,. maybe I should finish making my ADRs by looking at these pictures. I think that should be perfectly acceptable to my DW.

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finngirl wrote:
Sleepy Hollow waffles.

Somehow, I think eating this would be a messy affair.

I may need a bib, and a wash-and-dry afterwards.

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Sleepy Hollow waffles.

Somehow, I think eating this would be a messy affair.

I may need a bib, and a wash-and-dry afterwards.

Zz.

We used a knife and fork - trying to just hold it and eat it would have been impossible. Even with utensils, Peter was wearing the strawberries on his shirt! laugh

I swear there was an entire banana, at least a pint of strawberries, and another pint of blueberries on this thing. All that for around $6 each, and we could tell ourselves we were eating something healthy. (We won't talk about the waffle part or the Nutella, right?)

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Hmmm,. maybe I should finish making my ADRs by looking at these pictures. I think that should be perfectly acceptable to my DW.

That's how we ended up with an ADR at Liberty Tree Tavern. I saw Jeff's picture of the pot roast, and knew we had to go there. We were not disappointed!

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(We won't talk about the waffle part or the Nutella, right?)

Well, the waffle is a nutrition carrier, a special sub-category of edibles that are automatically recalorized by the various accoutrements they are designed to carry. So all that fruit on a waffle means that the waffle is also 'fruit' in that application. It is actually very simple. . . yay

AND I believe I read somewhere that Nutella is a food group - Just like BUTTERFINGER CUPCAKES - and it is necessary to a truly healthy diet to be sure you eat from all food groups. . . biggrin

So. . . Nutella and fresh fruit waffles for EVERYONE!

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(We won't talk about the waffle part or the Nutella, right?)

Well, the waffle is a nutrition carrier, a special sub-category of edibles that are automatically recalorized by the various accoutrements they are designed to carry. So all that fruit on a waffle means that the waffle is also 'fruit' in that application. It is actually very simple. . . yay

AND I believe I read somewhere that Nutella is a food group - Just like BUTTERFINGER CUPCAKES - and it is necessary to a truly healthy diet to be sure you eat from all food groups. . . biggrin

So. . . Nutella and fresh fruit waffles for EVERYONE!

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Ollie wrote:
finngirl wrote:
(We won't talk about the waffle part or the Nutella, right?)

Well, the waffle is a nutrition carrier, a special sub-category of edibles that are automatically recalorized by the various accoutrement's they are designed to carry. So all that fruit on a waffle means that the waffle is also 'fruit' in that application. It is actually very simple. . . yay

AND I believe I read somewhere that Nutella is a food group - Just like BUTTERFINGER CUPCAKES - and it is necessary to a truly healthy diet to be sure you eat from all food groups. . . biggrin

So. . . Nutella and fresh fruit waffles for EVERYONE!

I just had to pull my boots up to my chin so I didn't get any of that on me! Nice explanation there Ollie! awesome biggrin Oh and I added "recalorized" to my spell check dictionary, thank you very much!

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finngirl wrote:
(We won't talk about the waffle part or the Nutella, right?)

Well, the waffle is a nutrition carrier, a special sub-category of edibles that are automatically recalorized by the various accoutrements they are designed to carry. So all that fruit on a waffle means that the waffle is also 'fruit' in that application. It is actually very simple. . . yay

AND I believe I read somewhere that Nutella is a food group - Just like BUTTERFINGER CUPCAKES - and it is necessary to a truly healthy diet to be sure you eat from all food groups. . . biggrin

So. . . Nutella and fresh fruit waffles for EVERYONE!

I love you, Ollie!

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Now I cannot get Disney food off my mind....and what a great opportunity to go back through pictures! Here's a picture of the Bacon Cheeseburger and the Turkey Sandwich from my favorite place, Cosmic Ray's!

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Obviously Aristotelian (sp?) logic at work here. Anything can be rationalized if you hang with it. mickey

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Oh my gosh, breakfast is baking in the oven here, but now all I can think about is a sleepy hollow Nutella waffle.
gaah

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Bread Pudding @ Ohana!
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Cupcakes, you say?

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mrhub wrote:
I just had to pull my boots up to my chin so I didn't get any of that on me! Nice explanation there Ollie! awesome biggrin Oh and I added "recalorized" to my spell check dictionary, thank you very much!

You are MOST welcome, mrhub. And I was trying not to splash. . . laugh

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Now I cannot get Disney food off my mind....and what a great opportunity to go back through pictures! Here's a picture of the Bacon Cheeseburger and the Turkey Sandwich from my favorite place, Cosmic Ray's!

That Cosmic Ray's turkey sandwich looks great - is that on a whole grain roll? And I am serious here - People tell me there is more to life than Nutella and cupcakes. I have to think about balancing the other food groups.

And I love you back, JeffC! bighug

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Obviously Aristotelian (sp?) logic at work here. Anything can be rationalized if you hang with it. mickey

Perhaps a bit. . . Orwellian, too? All newspeakish, don't you think? wink

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That Cosmic Ray's turkey sandwich looks great - is that on a whole grain roll?

It is! Joe really enjoyed it.

PS - balancing other food groups is highly over-rated. biggrin

Here's a pic of the Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich thingie from Main Street Bakery....I meant to share. I really did.

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Food at the Marrakesh restaurant at the Morocco Pavilion In World Showcase.

Braised lamb shank served with couscous. This was my dish, and it was delicious.

Grilled fish served with some tomato compote

Another fish dish. This is probably their fish tagine.

Beef kebob.

Zz.

Edit: ImageShack appears to be having problems again this morning, so the picture may not render some time.

Edit: Screw it! I uploaded everything again onto PhotoBucket.

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