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  • passholder
    started a topic What food do you miss from Yesterland?

    What food do you miss from Yesterland?

    Curious if there is a food or item you miss that is no longer at the park?

    I have two (technically one is DCA)

    * At the Golden Horseshoe, which I am sure has had many classic changes since it existence, but in recent years, in addition to the Chicken Fingers, they had a Mozzerella Stick option, they were not bad, much better than the Chicken Fingers and the Breadbowl Chili here never seems hot enough, always a little pasty and the cheese never melts enough. So typically opt to go outside, get my corndog and join the family. But kind of miss the Mozzy sticks.

    * When my daughter was in her princess phase, we did the whole deal, we would do the bippity boppity boutique at DL, prior to having lunch at Ariels Grotto. The old menu at the Grotto had a great French Onion soup, really enjoyed it, but they have it no longer.

    These are not classics (Tuna sandos at the Pirate Ship) by any stretch, just things that I kind of enjoyed that I notice are now gone.

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  • Eagleman
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    French Market while Stouffer's was the sponsor.
    Quality of the food was excellent.......
    Now it not the same.....

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  • stovk
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    River Belle Terrace made to order breakfast and eggs any style.

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  • Professor_Cookie
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    Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post

    Try $2.00. And this menu from 1970 will give you some idea of how great Disneyland's Blue Bayou dining selections used to be:
    Oh, man. I am in love with that menu. I need to go look at the current menu and see how much French verbiage is on it.

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  • sbk1234
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    Not me, but my wife. She used to always buy a bag of green apple flavored gumballs from the shop in Critter Country, or the Mainstreet Candy Shop. It was always her favorite treat. She wasn't interested in any of the other flavors. Just green apple. Well, a few years ago, they stopped selling the green ones in a bag by themselves. We look every time, but they have never returned.

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  • JesterMn
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    They no longer sell mozzarella sticks at Stage Door/Golden Horseshoe, so I miss that already.

    Also, they used to sell an obscure candy that no one else seems to remember except me called "Splatter Balls". They looked like tiny jawbreakers, but you bite into them and it would crumble into a sweet-tart flavor and consistency.

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  • CherryMouse
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    1. the lemon bumblebee cupcake from Hungry Bear

    2. the chicken soft tacos from Rancho Del Zocalo (was a savory combo of well seasoned chicken, onions, bell peppers, cheese) -- they were replaced with street tacos

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  • Reimondo
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    Big Thunder BBQ, I loved eating those ribs and chicken legs. Sad it got replaced. It was truly how BBQ should’ve tasted like.

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  • johnnylv
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    Not from too long ago, but Eidelweiss snacks had this 20oz bbq pork shank. So tender and big enough to share.

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  • lamaida 07
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    Aunt Jemima's pancakes. I have always liked pancakes, still do, but somehow the pancakes in the park always seemed to taste a little sweeter. I guess it was Disney magic. My mom and I used to eat there before riding any rides. Fond memories.

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  • deadwinterskies
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    Originally posted by pineapplewhipaddict View Post
    The page may still be up, but MiceAge reported that it closed recently...
    I don't know how recent you mean but I ate the Mediterranean skewers there last month.

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  • MRaymond
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    A favorite was pretty much anything at the Casa de Frito's.

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  • whiteness
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    Originally posted by pineapplewhipaddict View Post

    The page may still be up, but MiceAge reported that it closed recently...
    Link?

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  • pineapplewhipaddict
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    Originally posted by whiteness View Post
    The page may still be up, but MiceAge reported that it closed recently...

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  • whiteness
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    Originally posted by pineapplewhipaddict View Post
    I'm really sad that the Mediterranean food left Paradise Garden Grill. Those skewers were my absolute favorite, and the sauces were all amazing. I especially loved the orange blossom baklava.
    https://disneyland.disney.go.com/din...n-grill/menus/

    Still there.

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  • pineapplewhipaddict
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    Big Thunder BBQ was sooo good (just a bit pricey.)

    I'm really sad that the Mediterranean food left Paradise Garden Grill. Those skewers were my absolute favorite, and the sauces were all amazing. I especially loved the orange blossom baklava.

    Reaching back further, for the short time that Aladdin's Oasis had an Aladdin show, I remember the amazing dessert that they had - a chocolate magic lamp. Yummm!!!

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  • FREQDUDE
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    Originally posted by OhBoy89 View Post
    Where rancho Del zocalo is now, it used to be a Mexican joint sponsored by Lawry's..... That place was amazing! Enchiladas and tacos mmmm
    And before that, it was sponsored by Fritos. They had a great little piece of cheesecake that I liked. Nothing special or fancy, just perfect for what I liked.

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  • skoolpsyk
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    Originally posted by Figment56 View Post

    When we get nostalgic about how little everything used to cost, let's not forget that the average hourly wage in the US was under $3 an hour in 1967 when The Bayou opened. With that said though, the price increases on food overall for the last 10 years in the parks far exceed the actual cost increases for raw materials and labor. But I stray off topic.. Most recently, I miss the all you can eat BBQ from Big Thunder Ranch. They have also changed the menu at Carthay Circle and not for the better. They had a great filet with grilled toppings than was nixed from the menu.
    $3 in '67 would be around $21 in today's dollars.


    $2 in '70 for the sandwich would be around $12 today, plus you wouldn't get charged for sharing back then.


    Sometimes (many times?) I hate Disney.

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  • Jesser-pie
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    Originally posted by KingGoofy3612 View Post
    I remember back when Frontierland had a McDonalds themed wagon train where they gave out their great fries. They took it out around 2009. Memories.
    Yes!!! Since they only had fries, the cast members always had the time to cook them perfectly.

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