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  • [Pictures] Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

    Source (full article + photos) : Thierry Marx reinvents outdoor vending treats | DLRP Today - Disneyland Paris news, rumours and magic!

    It looks delicious!!! :thumbup:



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    Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

    Can't be a bad thing, right? Unless it's €7 a stick...

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    • #3
      Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

      Food as Disneyland Paris is overpriced and people complain about Food Quality at Disneyland California lol they should come over here and see . Some food are OK like Pizza Burger but other stuff are overpriced .
      HKDL : Done !!!

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      • #4
        Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

        I'm not convinced. It seems as though he's just made everything smaller and put them on sticks.

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          Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

          Originally posted by MrPhogg View Post
          I'm not convinced. It seems as though he's just made everything smaller and put them on sticks.
          Smaller is not a bad thing (unless they still charge €7, which you know they will.) One of the core values of French cuisine is the word "delicate." Delicate means that instead of, say, a cupcake with a mountainous heap of frosting on top, you get a little macaron that has been painstakingly prepared to be a feast of flavor, texture and color, and ultimately satisfies far more than that cupcake ever could. So this could be a very good thing.

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            Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

            Originally posted by pussnboots View Post
            macaron that has been painstakingly prepared to be a feast of flavor, texture and color, and ultimately satisfies far more than that cupcake ever could. So this could be a very good thing.
            Sorry Puss, but I'm a cupcake kinda of a guy myself!
            WDW - 1987 & 1991
            DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
            DLR - October 2011




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            • #7
              Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

              Philistine! *Performs Gallic misdirected "Stupid Americans" shrug*

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              • #8
                Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

                I would rather have a 4oz fillet mignon than a half pound of hamburger any day. That's why I choose DLP, DL or TDL before WDW
                Let's put the Walt back in Disney!




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                  Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

                  Originally posted by pussnboots View Post
                  Philistine!
                  And proud of it buddy!
                  WDW - 1987 & 1991
                  DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
                  DLR - October 2011




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                  • #10
                    Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

                    i can't wait to see how the new Pop Corn stuff will taste !
                    HKDL : Done !!!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Molecular gastronomy meets DLRP

                      I would love to try the candy apples! It's a treat I love but usually avoid because it's so hard to eat.

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