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    Walt Disney World food photos

    There's a sister thread to this one in the Disneyland section, so seemed like might be a good one to start - share your food images and thoughts about the food as applicable here!

    Some to start us off taken by me:



    Cajun chicken sandwich from the Port Orleans Riverside mill food court - quite tasty actually!



    Chocolate chip muffin from the Land's Sunshine Seasons



    Frozen Coke, World Showcase small 'African' subsection.







    Chicken Masala at the Rose & Crown



    Spicy chicken waffle sandwich from Sleepy Hollow at the MK. Quite delicious.



    Again from the Land food court.



    The really delightful Orange Slush at Cosmic Ray's.



    Wok-fried green beans from Yak & Yeti.
    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    wow this makes me hungry!
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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    School bread from Norway Pavillion...yummy!

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    The Grey Stuff from BOG...delicious! (Don't believe me, ask the dishes!)
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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Quote Originally Posted by CassiefRN View Post
    School bread from Norway Pavillion...yummy!

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    The Grey Stuff from BOG...delicious! (Don't believe me, ask the dishes!)
    What is the grey stuff?!

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Yes, I'm curious too. What exactly IS The Grey Stuff, it just looks like tinted grey frosting? And do they only serve it to birthday people, or is it on the menu?

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    I've had it. It is on the menu. Only mine wasn't served like that. It came pretty much in a cupcake type container.

    Taken from here:https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/di...taurant/menus/

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    Chocolate Sponge Cake topped with Lumiere’s special “Grey Stuff”
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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Ok, so basically it IS just tinted grey frosting. Thanks for the info.



    It's funny because the "real" Grey Stuff in the movie was probably more like a liver pate or something. Guess that's not really going to appeal to kids, though. Or most adults for that matter.

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Diznygrl View Post
    Ok, so basically it IS just tinted grey frosting. Thanks for the info.



    It's funny because the "real" Grey Stuff in the movie was probably more like a liver pate or something. Guess that's not really going to appeal to kids, though. Or most adults for that matter.
    It's just grey frosting....it's more of a cookies and cream flavored whipped cream or a light mousse. It used to be only a special occasion piece, but they now have two other desserts with it as well, the cupcake posted above (for lunch, I think) and then a chocolate tart bar thing, a crisp chocolate tart crust with a chocolate layer then the grey stuff...also so yummy! I think I have a picture of that as well. I'll see if I can pull it up

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Here the mussel appetizer from BOG, also very yummy, a perfect light meal
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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Diznygrl View Post
    Yes, I'm curious too. What exactly IS The Grey Stuff, it just looks like tinted grey frosting? And do they only serve it to birthday people, or is it on the menu?
    Essentially it is whipped Oreo.. Its very good. I am not sure on price or anything as I got it free for my birthday.
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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyNerdTom View Post
    Essentially it is whipped Oreo.. Its very good. I am not sure on price or anything as I got it free for my birthday.
    I'm not a big fan of Oreos and it did not taste like them to me. Either way, no one know's officially what it is and they won't tell you if you ask.

    The desserts with it are around $5. You previously could not buy it, the small dollop in my picture above was the only way to get it, and only with a special occasion. Due to the high demand they added the two options and they also stopped stensiling "the grey stuff" onto plates.

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    Re: Walt Disney World food photos

    If you ask to try the "grey stuff", they will bring it to you at dessert time for free. It is basically an oreo flavored mousse.





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