JENN: ALL RIIIIIIGHT. Squirtgun To Your Head! What is your favorite Walt Disney World food?
JENN: You may, if you wish, divide into Dessert and Not-Dessert categories.
MOON: The most memorable food I can think of at the moment is the pineapple ice cream shake (I think it was a shake?).
JENN: Haha, you mean the Dole Whip float? Pineapple soft serve with pineapple juice?
MOON: That’s the winner! It’s pretty fantastic.
JENN: I would’ve guessed your answer would be trifle from afternoon tea. Dole Whip is, however, a most excellent choice. Classic!
After a great deal of soul searching and painfully and reluctantly rejecting the Writer’s Stop’s carrot cake cookie and any number of magnificent cupcakes, I have to go with ‘Ohana’s pineapple bread pudding. Because BREAD PUDDING.
MOON: Ha, I was going to suggest reminiscing about the Great Cupcake Search.
JENN: Not one of my finer hours. In my defense, though, Disneyland is WAY lacking in cupcakes.
MOON: Agreed. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen you so determined and subsequently bummed out.
JENN: I take my frosting very seriously, as you know. Luckily, Earl of Sandwich has those brownie frosting sandwich things, but eating it in cupcakeless defeat arguably removes some of the beauty from the moment.
MOON: What’s your favorite non-dessert?
JENN: I must choose one that may or may not be defunct: sweet potato rolls from Tokyo Dining. Last time I was there they were not available, but I have hope. Sweet potato + sushi = OBVIOUSLY YES.
MOON: When I’m feeling tired and need some comfort food, my mind always thinks, “Oh right, Epcot has sweet potato maki…!”
JENN: If nothing else, they are an inspiration.
Squirtgun To YOUR Head! What’s your favorite WDW food?
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