Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Making A Disney Thanksgiving Dinner!

   I look forward to reading the Thanksgiving dinner offerings at Disney World every year.  Sure, I don't eat turkey...but I really love all the delicious stuff that comes with Thanksgiving!  Though I've never been to Disney World for the special day, I've always wanted to stuff my face full of mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce at my favorite place in the world.
   So, I've sifted through an extensive list of Disney Thanksgiving menus from Allears.net, and come up with my DREAM THANKSGIVING DINNER: 

more after the jump...


SoupCafé Pumpkin Spice Soup with Lemongrass, from Wolfgang Puck at Downtown Disney
    There is some tough competition in the world of squash soups at Disney this Thanksgiving, I counted 6 before I got bored.  Wolfgang Puck does a bang up job with squash soup, so I'll assume this is a safe bet. 

Salad:  Seckel Pear and Midnight Moon Cheese Salad, from The Wave, at The Contemporary.
Sides: Cornbread with Dried Fruit Stuffing, from Animal Kingdom Lodge's Sanaa. 

             Brussels Sprout Succotash, from Garden Grove at The Swan.

             Cranberry Orange Chutney from Tusker House. 

             Romano Leek Mash, from Tony's Town Square. 
Dessert:  Heirloom Apple Tart with Vanilla Ice Cream and Mulled Cider Caramel Sauce, from Artists Point at The Wilderness Lodge.

             Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingerbread Crust, from Brown Derby.

  You hungry yet?  I know I am.  It's funny, because nothing from Liberty Tree Tavern ends up on my list, but that is the place I'd like to have Thanksgiving dinner the most!  Wonderful atmosphere!  (and  the great ladies there to a wonderful job!)   Hope everyone saves plenty of room for dessert.


  1. Thank God it's almost dinner time. Although grilled cheese & soup doesn't come close to this collection. Love, love it. Why aren't I spending Turkey Day in WDW again?

  2. This is only our 2nd Thanksgiving in WDW...we are trying Raglan Road for the first time...they are having a special Thanksgiving feast. We are cautiously optimistic.

  3. I'm sure Raglan Road will do it up right! Send us a report on your thoughts!