Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving Feeding Frenzy: Eating Your Way Through Disneyland

As I slave over a hot stove preparing my Thanksgiving Feast, I thought I'd share a few food photos to get YOUR appetites started. I take no responsibility for the hunger that this post might induce or the fact that some of these items might not be available any more.

Nothing could be finer that breakfast with Aunt Jemima (If you pronounce it the right way, I am sure you could make that last sentence rhyme!).

Since Aunt J's is long gone, you can get your pancake fix taken care of over at The Disneyland Hotel's Steakhouse 55:

Mickey Waffles are available over at the Storyteller Cafe:

Beignets from Cafe Orleans would also make a nice start to the day:

Just make sure you wash them down with a nice wholesome paper cup of milk:

Shifting away from breakfast towards lunch, perhaps a bag of Frito's would make a nice transition snack?

If you feel guilty about eating turkey...

then Silver Banjo BBQ might be your "thang"...

Oh, that's right. That place closed YEARS ago. The Celebration BBQ meal at Big Thunder Ranch would make a fine substitution.

Or perhaps Pork Loin & Coca-Cola BBQ sauce from Flo's:

If seafood is your "dish," you can't go wrong with Walt's personal recommendation of a Tuna Boat Salad:

Served by these lovely cast members (I wonder if they get time-and-a-half for Thanksgiving?):

If fried food is your weakness, then The Plaza Inn might be your choice, as they serve the best fried chicken:

For the ultimate in splurging, a deep-fried Monte Cristo at the Blue Bayou is about as good as it gets.

For dessert, how about a tasty blueberry pie at the Hungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country?

Or perhaps a cupcake?

Jolly Holiday also carries cupcakes:

Caramel Apple Pie from Plaza Inn is always a Daveland fave:

The Golden Horseshoe holds its own when it comes to apple pie:

If paper plates aren't your thing, then go over to the Napa Rose for both taste and presentation:

If variety is what you need, you can stop by Marceline's for a sweet treat on your way to the tram:

Dole Whip might help calm your tummy a bit after all the indulging:

By the time you've done all your eating, you might need a cocktail to calm your nerves! Make sure it has the perfect ice cube from 1901:

I hope your Thanksgiving is also filled with friends, family, and blessings that can be shared with those that you care about!

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Rich T. said...

Of all these great photos, the one that gave me the biggest unexpected memory flashback was milk through a straw out of a Carnation paper cup!

I've got to find out more about the Silver Banjo! Happy Thanksgiving!

K. Martinez said...

Perfect post for today. Happy Thanksgiving!

Major Pepperidge said...

I'm late to the party, but Happy Thanksgiving anyway!

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Awesome Yummy Post! I'm way late too, but Happy Thanksgiving!