Sorry if it was posted but I couldn't find using the search, does any one have the lentil stew recipe from Africa at this years food and wine? I could eat it by the bucket full
I'm making it tomorrow.Sorry if it was posted but I couldn't find using the search, does any one have the lentil stew recipe from Africa at this years food and wine? I could eat it by the bucket full
Sorry this took so long, but I'm not a very active member any longer and just check in when I can ...Hoop De Doo Review used to have a cheese spread (served with crackers) as an appetizer. All tables got this and it came with the meal. This goes back to the mid-'80s. I have the recipe in a Disney recipe book that I can't find. Could anyone share that recipe? I always thought the recipe had one mistake (too much half and half) because it came out so thin. But when you let it cool off in the fridge and then scooped it out with a small melon scoop, it was just like the one at Hoop De Doo.
(Just noticed this is my first post after having joined in 2003. It took me awhile, but glad to finally be on board!)
Does anyone happen to have a recipe for either the Asian Noodle (cold) salad from Bradley Falls kiosk at Animal Kingdom, or the Asian Noodle Salad from Sunshine Seasons in Epcot?
Had both on this trip and fell in love. I suppose it's mostly the recipe for the sauce/dressing that's needed as the other ingredients are mainly noodles and mixed veggies.
Or do you have a recipe that's similar taste wise?
Haven't seen it anywhere. I always try to remember to ask for a recipe when I'm there as I've not had much luck lately requesting them afterwards.Hey Everyone!
I am new to this part of the site. I am usually under the rumors forum. We just got back from our trip yesterday. We had a great week at Disney for the millionth time . We ate breakfast at Sunshine Seasons in Epcot last week and the French Toast Bread Pudding was amazing. Does anyone have that recipe?
The easiest “hack” is to add crushed Oreo cookies to Cool Whip (to your taste preference.) The “pearls” on the icing can be found wherever cake baking supplies are sold (like Michaels, JoAnn’s, etc.)Ate at BOG three times in my recent trip, and had the gray stuff twice.
The Gray Stuff, anyone got a recipe for this or know where I can purchase a cupcake of the same flavor icing w/ chocolate dots?
Kraft has gone ahead and cut out a step from that hack. They now sell Cool Whip Mix Ins in Oreo and Brownie flavors. The Oreo flavor is dangerously delicious.The easiest “hack” is to add crushed Oreo cookies to Cool Whip (to your taste preference.) The “pearls” on the icing can be found wherever cake baking supplies are sold (like Michaels, JoAnn’s, etc.)
I've made many Disney recipes at home, but it's just not the same...I miss the "magic"My wife either bought the WDW cookbook with a lot of recipes from all WDW dining, or meant to (I can’t keep track of what she buys there, but seeing as she’s slightly ahead of me as chief breadwinner, and way ahead as WDW vacation planner, I’m not complaining) but I will sniff around the recent purchases and see this week.
I’ve considered making the Brewat rolls from Rest. Marrakech, but just the many layers of phyllo dough it takes to make them... I can just go there and enjoy them 2-4 times a year and have it be a special treat instead.
There’s a couple from F&W that we made a little better at home, but yeah mostly it’s not the same. I don’t use a lot of salt or butter at home, and dining out seems to usually have lots of both, for better and for worseI've made many Disney recipes at home, but it's just not the same...I miss the "magic"