24 July 2011

Disney This Week - 24 July 2011

Melissa Loflin explores a new educational dining experience at Makin’ Memories.

DF’82 shares our love of tea and topiaries, and Fiona Doyle shares these simple pleasures with a wireframe topiary teapot from Disneyland Paris.

Shawn Slater dishes on grub, haciendas and Zorro, a match made for Frontierland, in Disneyland Paris at DisneyShawn.

This will be the first year in quite a number of years that I am not going to be able to make it to the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Luckily, I have some friends I can live vicariously through. Today, Andy Jackson previews the festival’s appetizers in Eating (and Drinking) around the World.

Speaking of appetizers, check out the pair of Hollywood Brown Derby starters that Sarah Holodick sampled for Eating WDW.

Matt Hochberg speaks to what makes The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror so cool to him at Studios Central.

Sticking with the Tower of Terror, Richard sets up a little mood music for Halloween in the Hollywood Tower Hotel in DesignerLand.

George Taylor and Imaginerding have scared up some more Magic Kingdom concept art to ogle.

What makes the food court at Pop Century stand out? Just ask AJ Wolfe, she has all the answers at The Disney Food Blog.

Morocco at night and Greg Grimsley, from The Disney Obsessions, but you’d be hard pressed to find a finer combination anywhere.

Touring Plans has some wonderful thoughts from Erin Foster on how to control souvenir spending with children.

The title of this article from The Sacred Tree of the Aracuan Bird just about sums it up: Enchanted Tiki Shakers. Go on, I dare you not to look!

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