Themed vacations was a hit. We stayed at the Port Orleans French Quarter hotel that was fabulous decorated for Mardi Gras.
The first thing we did when we got there was order biegnets (squared powder donuts), YUM!!!! It was a little bit of a shock to my system since I haven't had that much sugar, fried food and bread in a long time. (more on that in another post)
We then headed to Downtown Disney for some Cajun food for lunch. Jenn is big for themed food and I wasn't going to object. House of Blues apparently gets pretty booked at night so we went for a late lunch. The atmosphere was very New Orleans and the salmon salad I ate was delicious. I can't ever get my salmon to taste that good.
|Presidents Day march|
|American food at the Liberty Tavern for lunch. Another great salmon salad and I even had a gooey toffee desert which was divine!|
|Aurora is from France and they love to celebrate Carnival there.|
|In France at Epcot they started getting ready for the Flower and Garden Festival with all the topiaries. Belle is from France and they like to celebrate Carnival too. So pretty.|
|So of course we had to meet Belle and ask her what we should eat.|
|Some kind of chocolate cake covered in a ganache and shaved pieces of white chocolate. Oh my taste buds were in love.|
|Macaroon with raspberries and lemon pudding.||It was so good. I may have had two. YUM!|
|A real Ceasar Salad in Italy and an amazing 4 cheese pizza.|
|Another desert from France. Chocolate Cake with raspberry pudding and fresh raspberries and sauce on top. A great way to start the day.|
|Chinese New Year should be celebrated in China. Hurray for the year of the Ram! or is it a goat? Or maybe a sheep? No one can really decide in the US what it is. Oh well, Good wishes to all.|
|I'm not shy, just using the art of the fan.|
|Mulan celebrated Chinese New Year with us.|
|Lunch at the Yak and Yeti restaurant was a great treat. I think I've eaten all I can for Chinese New Year.|