That's a great marketing technique. Give the guests the recipe so they can go home and buy the product. It makes them feel like the only way to make an authentic Chicken of the Sea Tunaburger is by buying only the Chicken of the Sea brand.
Thanks for posting just the same, it was neat to see that placemat. I'll bet there aren't too many of those around anymore. I forgot all about the tunaburger they served onboard that ship. ( And apparently how the skull and ship were on Tom Sawyer's Island. )
Yes, bring back the Pirate Ship and Skull Rock Cove. Next to the Castle, it was the most scenic (and photographed) area of the park. Unfortunately, they are going in the other direction--completely dismantling the old Disneyland, replacing it with Coney Island.
I have been trying to upload a higher resolution of the placemat to this thread but it keeps giving me the little red error circle. Is there a certain dimension limit or file size limit? Or maybe its because I am using Safari as my browser? I don't want to derail this thread, so if anyone could give me any help please PM me so I can upload a higher quality image. Thanks so much.
"I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing ... That it was all started by a mouse ... and inspired by a rabbit."
What fond memories of eating a tuna sandwich meal @ the Pirate Ship and Skull Rock !!
What a croc (adile) that we got a pathetic Fantasyland Theatre / former lame Dance Club taking up the current space (please bring back that Pirate Ship / Skull Rock - or put something from Walt Disney World's latest Fantasyland improvements here) !!