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Old 04-03-2009, 01:54 AM   #1
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Resort Speciality Foods

On our upcoming trip at AKL I am very very excited to try Zebra Domes! I also plan on getting a beignet if we stop by POFQ.

I was wondering if all resorts have a special food individual to them? Photos would be great too!! Nummmmm! (I'd love to see one of the crazy cheesecake at Pop!!)
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Old 04-03-2009, 02:54 AM   #2
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Olivia's Cafe at Old Key West have a fantastic Key Lime Tart. They told us that this was the only dessert that was made right there.

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Old 04-03-2009, 07:54 AM   #3
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Pop Century has TV Diners. It was a few year ago but they had meatloaf, fried chicken and I don't remember the rest. The cool thing was it was served in those 3 part metal trays. They were like the Swanson Frozen diners. They also had a Tie Dye Fluff-a-Nuttier sandwich. We're DVC members but the kids asked if we could go to Pop next year. Great memories. I know there are more at other resorts but I haven't tried them. Now that we belong to DVC we are exploring the other resort and spending less time in the parks. 23 days till my next trip home. Have a magical time.
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I don't know if this counts, but BC has the Beaches and Creme ice cream place which makes the Kitchen Sink?
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:26 PM   #5
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I don't know if this counts, but BC has the Beaches and Creme ice cream place which makes the Kitchen Sink?
I'd count it!
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Polynesian has a couple...Tonga Toast and Macadamia Nut Pancakes

POR used to have Sweet Potato Pancakes

POFQ also has jambalaya

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Pop also has the tye dye cheese cake. I am not sure but I think they are also the only place to get coke slushies???
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BWI Bakery had the Mickey Mouse cakes...they are so cute, check out Dizneeat's dining review for a picture

Contempo Cafe at the CR has 5 specialty cupcakes that I have not seen anywhere else, click on my Jan dining review for pics

BC and CSR both have gelato...

Poly has the Dole Whip
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A note about the Zebra Domes, yes they were yummy, but I was very disappointed to find out they, like most of the desserts at Boma contain alcohol.

I couldn't believe it, almost all of the desserts had alcohol, I was very sad that DD couldn't try them.

This trip I'm going to let her eat them, maybe one of each. How much alcohol do you think is in them? I don't think it is much, I couldn't taste it.
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A note about the Zebra Domes, yes they were yummy, but I was very disappointed to find out they, like most of the desserts at Boma contain alcohol.

I couldn't believe it, almost all of the desserts had alcohol, I was very sad that DD couldn't try them.

This trip I'm going to let her eat them, maybe one of each. How much alcohol do you think is in them? I don't think it is much, I couldn't taste it.
Maybe none at all actually. The alcohol evaporates in the cooking process, it's just used for taste. Even in desserts I think it should evaporate enough that nothing will happen even if you eat quite a few! I say you'll definitely be ok letting her try one...or two
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Maybe none at all actually. The alcohol evaporates in the cooking process, it's just used for taste. Even in desserts I think it should evaporate enough that nothing will happen even if you eat quite a few! I say you'll definitely be ok letting her try one...or two
Just an FYI - no one is going to get drunk from them, but there is approximately 1/4 of an ounce of Kahlua in each zebra dome. And it is NOT evaporated. In fact, the idea that alcohol always cooks out of food is not actually true - scientific experiments with alcohol cooked in food have found that it takes a good 3 hours to evaporate alcohol, and the temp. must be at least a "simmer" for that long. Anyway, zebra domes are not actually cooked...the chocolate is melted, but the rest of the ingredients are basically put over a "hot bath" for a few minutes to dissolve the gelatin, then it's all mixed together & refrigerated to set. So there's no way the alcohol would have a chance to cook out. See recipe here:http://www.wdwplanner.com/recipes.htm
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