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Your Traditional Must Eat At WDW....

Hi Folks....Just wondering if any of you have a must eat on every trip..I must admit having a dog at Casey's is one of our must eats and I remember one year having a afternoon flight from Scotland, getting to our resort around 8,00pm and quickly unpacking,jumping on a bus to MK and getting there in time for "Wishes" ....There we were sitting down at Casey's..The three of us eating Dogs & Fries whilst watching the fireworks..It felt so unreal as twelve hours earlier we were sitting on a plane at Glasgow....Anyway, what are your traditional must eats at WDW..?

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For me its Liberty Tree Tavern...dinner. I have never been there for lunch.

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Ok folks...I was actually meaning...What food rather than what restaurant but I appreciate that maybe I didn't explain that proper...Like I never miss a dole whip on any of my visits... clapping

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A nutella and fruit waffle from Sleepy Hollow, and a red velvet cupcake from Starring Rolls.

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I always get at least one box of popcorn. Doesn't matter which park I'm at, although because of all the yummy snack options around the World Showcase, I've never gotten my popcorn at Epcot.

On his trip without me last November, hubby tried the waffle chicken sandwich at MK, and based on his description I think it's going to become a must-eat. He also tried Casey's corn dog nuggets for the first time, and ditto.

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A dole whip is a must for me. It is a part of my childhood. They still taste the same and never change. Oh and I almost forgot the amazing and yummy magic bar. They are always a great way to end the night.

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Dole Whip @ MK yay
Red Stagg Lemonade & Jalapeno Cheese Stuffed Pretzel @ Epcot cool

used to be a Cinnamon Roll @ Main Street Bakery Sad

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Got to have a turkey leg

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jmkjr72 wrote:
Got to have a turkey leg

Me too!

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Got to have a turkey leg

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I've only been once (properly... one off-site trip for WWOS and DTD, and then an emergency trip to the Orlando area that resulted in a trip to DTD) and truth be known, I didn't eat a ton the last time I was there.

But so far my one must-eat if I'm even remotely close to Disney property is The Full Montagu from Earl of Sandwich. Also something that lets me consume plastic cheese!! Whether it's the toppings bar somewhere, or to dip a pretzel or something in... I love that stupid stuff. laugh I really want to try the Corn Dog Nuggets as my next plastic cheese vehicle.

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Biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast
Cinnamon roll
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Dole Whip. I was horribly sad when I got to Disneyland and found out that the snackbar at the Tiki Room is closed for reno and there WAS NO DOLE WHIP!!! Guess I'll just have to eat twice as many in February.

Also, the jalapeno cheese stuffed pretzels. I know I can get them other places, but they taste the best at Disney World!

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I have to say that I always have to eat Earl of Sandwich at least once (usually more) per trip. I've never been let down by anything on the menu there.

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Churros with caramel sauce from La Cantina at EPCOT. And recently added, a caramel apple. For DH, a dole whip!

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Full Montagu sandwich, Dole Whip and Premium bar.

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Mickey ice cream sandwich for me, caramel apple for my DH.

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Dole Whip!

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Mickey ice cream sandwich
Casey hot dog
Mickey candy apple
MK pop corn
Carrot cake cookie from the writers stop
And dinning around the world at Epcot, too many snacks to mention

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Turkey leg
Chocolate covered frozen banana
Dinner at Ohana (all of it! the wings the meats, the dessert! omg!)

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crazycatperson wrote:
I always get at least one box of popcorn. Doesn't matter which park I'm at, although because of all the yummy snack options around the World Showcase, I've never gotten my popcorn at Epcot.

On his trip without me last November, hubby tried the waffle chicken sandwich at MK, and based on his description I think it's going to become a must-eat. He also tried Casey's corn dog nuggets for the first time, and ditto.

They have chocolate covered popcorn in the Werthers store in Germany. If you want to change it up. Salty and sweet.

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I can't stop thinking about the sliders at Brown Derby Lounge. Or the La Siciliana at Tutto Gusto with a beer flight.

Sometimes a nice greasy egg roll from the cart in MK is just right too.

Those white chocolate chip raspberry cookies from Main Street bakery are a weakness of mine. Somehow a bunch of them always wind up in my carry-on bag going home.

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The Colonel wrote:
crazycatperson wrote:
I always get at least one box of popcorn. Doesn't matter which park I'm at, although because of all the yummy snack options around the World Showcase, I've never gotten my popcorn at Epcot.

They have chocolate covered popcorn in the Werthers store in Germany. If you want to change it up. Salty and sweet.

I'm more a caramel corn kind of person. But they've got that at Werthers, too. It's actually on my list of things to try someday.

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The only thing we have had every single year we have been has been corndog nuggets from casey's corner. muchlove
We even had them the one time our florida trip got cancelled and we had to go to DLP.

(they seem not to understand the concept of "fast"food in France waiting )

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Our must eat list is getting so long we might just have to add a few more days to our next trip. clapping clapping clapping Let's see the boys must get turkey legs, BOG for both lunch and dinner, PB's, CR's and CP and that's just the MK, over in EPCOT we go to SS, CdeF, the Tangerine Cafe, Les Hailles and Kringla nto to mention brats for the boys, in AK it's cs all the way FT, Restaurantsaurous, and Yak and Yeti, in DHS it's ABC for salads, BL and Rosie's. I think I'm going to need 3 weeks just for the food clapping

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figgy wrote:
Our must eat list is getting so long we might just have to add a few more days to our next trip. clapping clapping clapping Let's see the boys must get turkey legs, BOG for both lunch and dinner, PB's, CR's and CP and that's just the MK, over in EPCOT we go to SS, CdeF, the Tangerine Cafe, Les Hailles and Kringla nto to mention brats for the boys, in AK it's cs all the way FT, Restaurantsaurous, and Yak and Yeti, in DHS it's ABC for salads, BL and Rosie's. I think I'm going to need 3 weeks just for the food clapping

Phew!..Glad it's not my round to foot your bill... laugh

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Kobe beef burger at Yak and Yeti and a waffle sandwich from Sleepy Hollow...drool....

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Ribs from Flametree and cupcakes.....any kind of cupcakes!!!!! muchlove

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My partner insists on breakfast at Boma at least once each trip. (All these years, and we've still never been for dinner...)

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Dole whip, breakfast at crystal palace, dinner at Boma, carrot cake cookie, grand marnier slushy to name a few.

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