Mouse Bites for March 11, 2012

It’s been a little quiet around the blog this week, thanks largely in part to moving. It cut into research time, but now we live even closer to the Magic! We’ll be returning full throttle starting tomorrow, so catch up on what you may have missed here this week, and be sure to check out the posts of our friends in the Grand Circle Tour!

This week on Eating WDW:

We kicked off the week with a Dropkick Murphys concert at House of Blues, where the Music Hall service some seriously Spicy Buffalo Chicken Tenders.

For a food that’s touted as a Fan Favorite, I heard a lot of naysayers when it come to the Jumbo Turkey Leg.

A visit to Celebration’s Imperium Food & Wine proved delicious.

Our friend Shalon shared her first installment of food photos from the Disney Dream. First port of call? Dinner at Enchanted Garden!

Snacks from Japan made an appearance with melon flavored Ramune.

Finally, we had  Disney History lesson from 1992, with Tom and Jerry hanging around Studio Catering Company at Disney-MGM Studios.

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

Tonga Toast at Kona Cafe

Richard at Designerland has had a second Dole Whip t-shirt released.

Andy over at Eating (and Drinking) around the World shows off Ms. Bonnie’s AWESOME Tiana’s Hot Sauce card from Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

Andrew and Adam of Disney Hipster Blog posted a great video highlighting their Top Five Snacks at WDW. AND they’re all vegetarian, too! They also share some photos of one of my favorite places to unwind, Victoria Falls.

Disney Food Report‘s Brenda takes us to Disneyland with a review of The French Market. She also stops by Naples Ristorante Pizzeria in Downtown Disney California.

Aileen shares her amazing vegetarian dinner at Jiko – Bunny Chow and Falafel Durban Curry Vegetables – over at Main Street Gazette.

George digs up some information on Stargate Restaurant from 1984 at Imaginerding.

I wouldn’t mind trying a “One for the Road” from Raglan Road, and Drinking Disney has a recipe so you can make one at home!

Bob at Disney Food Report reviews Kona Cafe’s breakfast.

Orlando Attractions Magazine tweeted some photos regarding a Sweet Milk topping available on your Kaki Gori from Japan at Epcot, and there’s a new Turkey Leg T-shirt design out.

Disney Parks Blog rounds out this week with the following posts:


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