10 June 2012

Disney This Week - 10 June 2012

With the 30th Anniversary coming up, George Taylor begins his look at the EPCOT Center 25th Anniversary Gallery at Imaginerding.
Andy Jackson gives readers of Eating (and Drinking) around the World his first impressions of the Sundowner Celebration.
A lot of the food buzz this week was the Art of Animation’s Landscape of Flavors, but Sarah Holodick and Eating WDW takes us out to the pool bar to see what The Drop Off has to offer.

Jeremy Morrison finds a Star Wars star hiding in Epcot at Spins The World.

Thanks to Suzannah DiMarzio and Nicole Siscaretti, there is a photo tour of the new Dumbo interactive queue at Zannaland.
There is a lot to take away from The Disney Food Blog this week. First up, a bit of history and adult beverages get mashed up when AJ Wolfe takes us to the Adventurers Hut. Also, Heather Sievers tries out the Cheshire Cat Caramel Apple, and gives us a great way to get them in the process!

Melissa Loflin walks Makin’ Memories readers through the Carbon Freeze Me experience. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out I am extremely jealous!

Imagineering Disney continues with their great Then and Now Series, continuing on in Adventureland of the Magic Kingdom.
Jillian, of The Musings of Jillie D, gives us a tour of the Brave Highland Games, now taking place at Epcot.

Mouse on the Mind scribe, Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley, offers her take on a longstanding debate in my house, Tonga Toast or Macadamia Pineapple Pancakes.

Melissa at Disney On Wheels offers up her review of Coral Reef.

Passport to Dreams Old & New and FoxxFur look at a great MAPO detail and even provide a take home version!

Adam and Andrew continue moving through the art of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge at the Disney Hipster Blog, this time looking at the glasspaintings of Senegal.

Studios Central and Matt Hochberg explain where you can find a Beatles reference in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Fiona looks at the artwork of David S. Hall, as seen in Disney Studios’ Art of Animation, at DF’82.

The duo of Jennifer Fickley-Baker and Nate Rasmussen have done it again. This week at the Disney Parks Blog, they explore two former Tomorrowland greats: If You Had Wings and Mission to Mars.

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