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  • [Question] Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

    I love those so much and we will be in DCA at lunch time. We usually bring in some oranges and rolls and have that for lunch. Yum....

    If you can, where do you find them?

    Is there a nice place to sit and eat picnic style in DCA?

    How big is DCA compared to Disneyland?

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    Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

    Originally posted by Jazziered View Post
    I love those so much and we will be in DCA at lunch time. We usually bring in some oranges and rolls and have that for lunch. Yum....

    If you can, where do you find them?

    They are sold by the entrance of Toy Story

    Is there a nice place to sit and eat picnic style in DCA?

    Close to that by Mulholland Madness is the empty McDonalds, I'd eat there

    How big is DCA compared to Disneyland?

    If I remember correctly, it's two-thirds the size.

    Have fun!

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      Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

      Originally posted by Jazziered View Post
      How big is DCA compared to Disneyland?
      A simple internet search lists DL at 85 acres, DCA at 55.
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        Wow! It's smaller! And it still feels more empty!!!
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          Enjoy hanging out...
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          • #6
            Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

            I was just there yesterday and also found a cart selling turkey legs ($7) beside Award Wieners in the Hollywood area. There is a little area near there where you may find some tables and seats.

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            • #7
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              ^^^^^^

              Yeah, you can enjoy them in the chairs in front of the stage; next to Award Wiener's or across the street from A-W in front of the restrooms.

              Just to name a few...

              Bon Apetite!

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                I prefer the ones across from TSMM, but then, turkey legs are turkey legs no matter where you find 'em. I just like eating them while hanging out at the railing watching California Screamin'.

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                  Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                  I always feel like I'm looking at a devouring lion when I see people eating these turkey legs.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                    Originally posted by Tool View Post
                    I always feel like I'm looking at a devouring lion when I see people eating these turkey legs.
                    Well since I was born in August, that's what you're seeing if you see me eating one! :yea:

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                      Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                      We use a knife to cut ours up into pieces. Sooo yummy. We share one between two people and still have some left over. I cannot wait for my turkey leg AND In and Out Burger. Yummm...

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                        ^ Now you've got me all salivating.

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                          Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                          Originally posted by The Disneylander View Post
                          I prefer the ones across from TSMM, but then, turkey legs are turkey legs no matter where you find 'em. I just like eating them while hanging out at the railing watching California Screamin'.
                          turkey legs are turkey legs especially since they are made in the same kitchen.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                            Originally posted by PeoplemoverMatt View Post
                            Well since I was born in August, that's what you're seeing if you see me eating one! :yea:
                            Too funny

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                              Re: Turkey leg in DCA, and other questions...

                              It's kinda funny.....at the meet this past Sunday at Dland, one of the MC'ers was saying that the turkey doesnt look like turkey at all, but that it looks like Ham and smells/tastes like ham.


                              I think it looks like a turkey leg, it's the color of ham, and it taste's like chicken.

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