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Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 11:00 am
by junebug1233
I absolutely love Citrus Swirls from the Sunshine Tree Terrance in MK. I grew up with them and was sad when they were gone. So glad they're back.

I miss the Strawberry Swirls though!

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 2:44 pm
by Amy
Wizzard419 wrote:Anyway, the first one is a classic american/southern combo (as well as So Cal since they can be found in the urban areas)
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I've heard of chicken and waffles - I just can't imagine it being very tasty!

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 2:58 pm
by Wizzard419
It's a common combo, salty and sweet, like chocolate covered pretzels or trail mix.

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 3:01 pm
by Amy
Wizzard419 wrote:It's a common combo, salty and sweet, like chocolate covered pretzels or trail mix.
Not a big fan of those either, that's probably why it doesn't sound appealing. I don't like anything that is salty at all :(

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 6:12 pm
by mjmcsl4me
This reminds me of my daughter just asking if we heard of chocolate chicken, ugh!

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 6:19 pm
by Amy
mjmcsl4me wrote:This reminds me of my daughter just asking if we heard of chocolate chicken, ugh!
Ewww, that sounds disgusting :shock:

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 6:54 pm
by Wizzard419
No, that sounds like Chicken Molé (chocolate is a common addition to it).

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 9:24 pm
by mjmcsl4me
Wizzard419 wrote:No, that sounds like Chicken Molé (chocolate is a common addition to it).
Do I even want to know what else is in it? :wink:

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 9:26 pm
by Goofyfan
Wow, those are some odd combos. :lol: :goofy:

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 9:55 pm
by Wizzard419
mjmcsl4me wrote:
Wizzard419 wrote:No, that sounds like Chicken Molé (chocolate is a common addition to it).
Do I even want to know what else is in it? :wink:

For those that don't know (since you might be joking about it containing moles) it's a sauce of chiles (usually mild to no heat), spices, herbs, nuts, chocolate, etc. sometimes it's slow cooked as a braise for foods and other times it's used as a sauce (such as with enchiladas).

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 10:15 pm
by mjmcsl4me
Wizzard419 wrote:
mjmcsl4me wrote:
Wizzard419 wrote:No, that sounds like Chicken Molé (chocolate is a common addition to it).
Do I even want to know what else is in it? :wink:

For those that don't know (since you might be joking about it containing moles) it's a sauce of chiles (usually mild to no heat), spices, herbs, nuts, chocolate, etc. sometimes it's slow cooked as a braise for foods and other times it's used as a sauce (such as with enchiladas).
Now I'm glad I know what's in it. Sounds really good. And nah I really didn't think there were moles :lol:

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Thu 28, 2012 10:49 pm
by Wizzard419
It is, the only problem is you don't see it at most places because it takes a lot of stuff to prepare and is somewhat time and labor consuming. There is also the issue of everyone having their own rec so it will never please people who have their own version.

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Fri 29, 2012 7:04 am
by Amy
Wizzard419 wrote:
mjmcsl4me wrote:
Wizzard419 wrote:No, that sounds like Chicken Molé (chocolate is a common addition to it).
Do I even want to know what else is in it? :wink:

For those that don't know (since you might be joking about it containing moles) it's a sauce of chiles (usually mild to no heat), spices, herbs, nuts, chocolate, etc. sometimes it's slow cooked as a braise for foods and other times it's used as a sauce (such as with enchiladas).
Does it sometimes have cinnamon in it too?

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Fri 29, 2012 10:10 am
by cy1229
Y'all are making me hungry!!! Oh wait, this is the thread about food.

Still, y'all are making me hungry!!! :lol:

Re: Disney Tastes

Posted: Jun Fri 29, 2012 1:33 pm
by Wizzard419
Amy wrote: Does it sometimes have cinnamon in it too?

It can, I think the only limit on what can be added is that it grows in the americas.