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    Re: Bring Your Own Food (BYOF) to the Park - Recipe Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneytwins View Post
    Bologna and cheese between two slices of bread.... with a Coke.
    haa! love it.. mmm that sounds good right now! even at 9am!

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    As for freezing water the night before I remember hearing that it isn't good to do this. Something about how the plastic in the bottle leaches into the water as it melts.

    Anyway bringing outside food into the parks isn't a new phenomenon. It's been happening since at least the early 70s. I remember my mom and my brothers eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches outside iasw from as far back as then.

    Ok so I digress. Theres my contribution -- peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Take two pieces of slice bread, white or wheat. Spread one slice with peanut butter. Spread the other with any jam or jelly you prefer. Combine the two slices. Put in a sandwich bag (or if you want to experience the early 70s again wrap in wax paper). Enjoy.
    another good one P&B!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by doppio View Post
    You're not. It clearly states in the park guide that food is not allowed in the parks. Some feel the rules don't pertain to them and do it anyways.
    they don't want you to bring jars of mayo, cold cuts.. things like that to make a sandwich, they probably don't want you to bring subway in or a pizza, but i have seen that happen, never seen anyone making a sandwich at the hub though .and it has nothing about rules, some people have food allergies and need to have special food

    I totally am for bringing a cheese sandwich with red onions or P&B into the park,. however a baggie of almonds is good protein between meals, as the protein breaks down into energy!

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    Just make sure that the peanut butter and jelly touch each other when combining the sandwich, otherwise you'll have sticky and messy fingers lol

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    Re: Bring Your Own Food (BYOF) to the Park - Recipe Thread

    Also.....

    ...don't forget to pack your own napkins, plasticware, etc.

    Those provided for in the park are really meant for the paying customers
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    Re: Bring Your Own Food (BYOF) to the Park - Recipe Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyjeff View Post
    Also.....

    ...don't forget to pack your own napkins, plasticware, etc.

    Those provided for in the park are really meant for the paying customers
    As are the tables at the restaurants...
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