Woody's Lunch Box

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  • #72723

    Acamm
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    Disney finally released the menu for Toy Story Land’s new quick service: Woody’s Lunch Box!

    Here’s the link: https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2018/04/whats-in-woodys-lunch-box/

    The menu actually looks pretty interesting, as they have added some cool twists to several classic favorites! Here are some really fun sounding food items on the menu:

    S’more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich – Oozy goodness in a chocolate ganache- and marshmallow-stuffed French toast topped with graham cracker crumbles. Inspired by the classic American campfire treat.

    BBQ Brisket Melt – With a nod to cowboy Woody, this Texas-style smoked brisket features cheddar, Monterey Jack, pickles, and BBQ sauce on garlic butter-grilled sourdough.

    Monte Cristo with Raspberry Jam – Woody’s version of this classic sandwich has layers of ham, turkey, Swiss, and raspberry jam…and is grilled to a golden brown.

    Raspberry Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Dried Fruit and Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Caramelized Bacon – Even toys need a sweet treat! Inspired by breakfast toaster pastries, this modern interpretation, with its uniquely delicate crust, is the perfect hand-held pastry.

    Banana Split Yogurt Parfait – Layers of banana-vanilla Greek yogurt (with a hint of honey), fresh bananas, strawberries, and pineapple topped with granola and chocolate chips. A delicious and healthful way to start the day!

    Soda Floats – All toys would agree that a refreshing soda float is the perfect nostalgic beverage!

    #72727

    bexruns
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    That all sounds SO GOOD. Especially the Monte Cristo! Do want.

    #72728

    Acamm
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    That all sounds SO GOOD. Especially the Monte Cristo! Do want.

    I know, right?!!! Raspberry Jam on a Monte Cristo? Sounds SUPER amazing!!! :up: :up: :up: :up: :up:

    #72730

    Breesmommy5
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    Oh wow ! That sounds good !! Can’t wait to try it !

    #72753

    Julia
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    omg the french toast and the brisket sandwhich sound soo good my mouth is watering

    #72760

    sarahjoe37
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    I agree! That French Toast looks so good!


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    starbee
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    I wasn’t planning on stopping at any QS locations at Studios, but I need to try some of these! :woodyhat:

    #72766

    Oh. I had put a link to this place in the “Dining” thread.

    Should I erase it?

    #72770

    starbee
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    Oh. I had put a link to this place in the “Dining” thread.

    Should I erase it?

    I think you put your threat in the appropriate sub-forum, but since now there’s two threads, I’m going to merge them :)

    #72778

    SEJ101
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    I think I’ll just stick to packing my own sandwiches. o—–o

    Also, what’s with Disney selling renamed Pop Tarts recently, such as Festival of the Arts and now this? :pooh:

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    Acamm
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    I think I’ll just stick to packing my own sandwiches. o—–o

    Also, what’s with Disney selling renamed Pop Tarts recently, such as Festival of the Arts and now this? :pooh:

    I was thinking the same thing… Pop Tarts taste DISGUSTING in general :P …. but because they are sold in Disney they can charge 10x the price LOL

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    alicewilde88
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    :oswald: Mmm I’m a sucker for breakfast foods, so I’m eyeing up that bowl and turkey sandwich… And how cute is that Alien sipper? :mint:

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    dngnb8
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    The Monte Cristo served at the Blue Bayou at DLR was ranked among the best in the world. I wonder if it is the same recipe

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