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Mouse Bites for May 27, 2012

This week on Eating WDW:

Blue Ridge Pork Sandwich from Big River Grille

We enjoyed a relaxing lunch at Big River Grille & Brewing Works.

We gave a slice of cheese pizza a try from the BoardWalk Pizza Window.

I broke up with Paradiso 37. Well, maybe we’ll just be “on a break” for avery extended period of time!

We discussed the Importance of Consistency in Disney Food.

The UK pavilion brought us a Nestle Aero candy bar showdown.

We made a quick trip to Downtown Orlando’s Whitewood Mediterranean Grill.

And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!

English Bulldog from Rose & Crown in Epcot’s UK

Kat‘s news at Drinking Disney made my Mondays a LOT happier: La Cava del Tequila’s Margarita Monday Special Now Any Margarita for $10.00!

Brenda at Disney Food Report checks out Breakfast at the Grand Floridian Cafe

Main Street Gazette‘s Ryan samples some Pub grub at Rose & Crown in the UK.

Andy of Eating and Drinking around the World wraps up a recent visit with WDW Odds & Ends.

Rounding out the tour are these posts from Disney Parks Blog:

Mouse Bites for March 4, 2012

This past week has brought some fantastic posts along with it! I love seeing a review about a Disney fan favorite on a blog that typically stays away from the tourist areas (thanks, Tasty Chomps!). I’ll wrangle eatingwdw’s posts for the week, but be sure to check out everyone else on the Grand Circle Tour!

This week on Eating WDW:

Beignets

Beignets were a delicious way to welcome the week.

Lip Smackers brought a lot of us back to a simpler time…

Is anyone going to hit up Big River’s Tapping Party?

The Steak, Egg, and Cheese Quesadilla at Old Port Royale has potential, but needs work.

Goofy’s Candy Co. Character Sweet and Sour Candy is a must miss.

Riverside Mill’s Chipotle-Barbecue Cheeseburger brought smoky heat to a Disney burger.

Better than a postcard, you can always mail a coconut from WDW!

Minute Maid Light Pomegranate Lemonade. If you’ve tried it, what do you think of it?

And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!

Caramel Corn from Karamell-Küche

Michael at Progress City USA reintroduces the Citrus Swirl from the Sunshine Tree Terrace.

Tasty Chomps checks out one of my faves in Downtown Disney, the Earl of Sandwich. I need to try the Italian; I love capicola and mortadella!

The Japan Hospitality Kiosk, err, Sake Shack, features a review of the Orange Sake Cocktail thanks to our friends at Drinking Disney. And be sure to stop by Pop Gallery at Downtown Disney for some gorgeous art; especially the works by Jasmine Becket-Griffith!

Over at The Dragyn’s Lair, Dana makes Rosa Regale Jell-O!

Bob over at Everything Walt Disney World has been busy! He’s bringing us some reviews from Bongos Cuban Cafe and Grand Floridian Cafe. Matt and I have visited both. Be sure to check out our reviews for Bongos and Grand Floridian Cafe! Christina explores Karamell-Küche at Everything Walt Disney World.

Diane at Disney Food Report sweeps us away to Aulani for a review of ‘AMA ‘AMA.

Are you missing Food & Wine Festival as much as we are? Ryan takes us back with a few wines he picked up during the festival at Main Street Gazette.

Disney Parks Blog covered the Midnight Snack over at Disneyland during One More Disney Day. They also brought up some Hot Dogs around WDW property that have been around for quite some time now. May I especially advise against the Macaroni and Cheese with Truffle Oil dog at the Studios?

Mouse Bites for February 12, 2012

What a week! It’s been hectic, and there are no signs of slowing down anytime in the near future! With the NFL season over, we’re looking forward to the fast approaching March Madness of college hoops and the MLB waking up, all while continuing to cheer on our boys in the NHL. There’s never a dull moment in our house! Time for our recap of the week!

This week on Eating WDW:

We enjoyed a NY Giants cupcake and celebrated in the Magic Kingdom with Eli Manning!

We had an impressive lunch at The Turf Club Bar and Grill over at Saratoga Springs.

Kicking off our Sweet Treats mini countdown was out #4 football-shaped cookie from Main Street Confectionery. Our #3 was the always awesome Reese’s Pieces Coated Mickey Rice Krispy Treat! Yum!

My friend Shalon and I had an awesome dinner at Paradiso 37.

Got a hangover? Here’s my cure from the parks!

And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!

Ryan at Main Street Gazette reminds me of how I have to get back to Grand Floridian Cafe for The Grand Sandwich.

Adam & Andrew of Disney Hipster Blog enjoyed a Kirin while scoping out some Pomsticks in Germany.

Drinking Disney  highlights Matt’s favorite pub, the Rose & Crown, and inform us of Portobello’s Beer Dinner.

While we’re talking drinks, be sure to download the Beers & Ears Walt Disney World Beer List app, brought to you by the Beers & Ears crew.

At Everything Walt Disney World, Bob takes us to Casey’s Corner and Yachtsman Steakhouse.

Shelly of On the Go in MCO reminds us of the Code of Conduct when we’re at Tortuga Tavern.

Disney Parks Blog shares Valentine’s Day treats from the parks. They also announce Earl of Sandwich is coming to Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort. Foodie kids, rejoice! Magic Kingdom is stepping up to the plate with their options for kids 3-9 years old. Vegetarians are also getting some love at Disneyland Resort.

Grand Floridian Café

Destination D was great for our dining experiences. We were able to have some firsts, and Grand Floridian Café was one of them (at least for me; Matt had eaten there many moons ago). The menu had some of our favorite foods on them. We’re both suckers for French Onion Soup, I love Reubens, and Matt loves roast beef sandwiches.

We both started with the Caramelized Onion Soup au Gratin which was described as “Quattro Formaggio and Fried Leeks”. We enjoyed it, though Matt found it a bit on the salty side. There was a lot of hearty bread under the layer of cheese, but there was still plenty of broth. The bread held up nicely in the broth, the crust becoming soft yet not soggy.

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