ORWEN: This past weekend on Saturday, Sept. 20th, 2008, us Cauldron girls went to Disney Hollywood Studios for some fun. When we went to get a quick bite for lunch at the fast food restaurant behind Indiana Jones (I think it's called the Back Lot something or other) we were surprised to find out they've made some changes to their condiment counter. For one thing, they don't have honey mustard any more! They've also changed the kind of bar-b-que sauce from the small packaged ones to a less tasty version that they have inside the same kind of container that the ketchup and regular mustard are stored.
ORDDU: This newest version of the bar-b-que sauce just doesn't measure up to the packaged variety they used to provide. And the fact that they've done away with honey mustard altogether smacks of yet another budget cut--minor as it may seem to some.
ORWEN: We asked the cast member on duty why they had stopped putting out the honey mustard and she didn't seem to know.
ORDDU: But when I suggested it must be due to budget cuts, she offerd a knowing look as if to say, "You're right but I can't officially confirm or deny."
ORWEN: It was bad enough when they took away chicken fingers and substituted them with those puny chicken nuggets because now you get less cluck for your buck.
ORDDU: It just makes us wonder how much further these budget cuts are going to go.
ORWEN: Oh and I almost forgot to say anything about the fact that the cast member on duty said they had also stopped giving out Ranch dressing at this same restaurant. So, I ask you; what's a salad to do without Ranch dressing? Go naked???
ORDDU: We've noticed that--usally--when one restaurant discontinues an item such a these--all the other restaurants property wide follow suit. Little things like a nice variety of condiments can make a big difference in one's enjoyment of a meal. We'd hate to see any more food items discontinued at Walt Disney World.