Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Mar 7, 2010
    Amanda from Vale of Glamorgan Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi I know your all so busy, but can you explain what a disney bear, meatloaf and a gicllee are, oh and what on earth is a smore?

    Amanda we are never too busy to answer any questions from our friends and guests and I will do the best I can to help you with some of the terminology!

    First of all meatloaf in our country is a blending of several meats and ground up in a loaf type form. Special spices and other ingredients are added to make this a very tasty meal.  My family loves the meatloaf served at Primetime Cafe in Hollywood Studios.

    Next on the list is a Disney bear.  There are many stuffed bears with Mickey ears sold at the shops or it could represent one of the very loving animated bears from the Country Bear Jamboree in the Magic Kingdom.  Florida does boast to have a few real bears inhabiting its lands but they would not be a common site ever where guests would see these.

    S'mores are a great dessert treat found at many resorts around the campfires or the special dessert once again found at Primetime Cafe in the Hollywood Studios park.  It is a toasted marshmallow with a small hunk of chocolate on top and sandwiched between two graham crackers.

    Last and not least (I had to even look this one up to be sure)  giclee is the process of making a fine art print from a digital source.  You would do this using an ink jet printing source.

    Hope this helps with our terminology so you can make the most of your meal selections and visit to Walt Disney World!
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