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Although the current incarnation of California Grill is nearing the end of its run and will close for remodeling in January of 2013, there is one dish so delicious that it’s been on the menu since the beginning. Of course, … Continue reading
Inside the Grand Californian, and just a few feet away from Disney California Adventure, sits one of California’s best wine country restaurants. Chef Andrew Sutton keeps a careful eye on the seasonal menu and the kitchen at the award winning … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I could watch Chef Scott Hunnel talk about food all day. Here, Chef Hunnel reveals one of the latest creations on the Remy menu — Jamon Wrapped Shrimp, a mouthwatering Italian-concept dish that is … Continue reading
The food and beverage partnership that was announced last October, is finally coming to fruition. The last few months have seen small changes at Walt Disney World restaurants. Craisins are now showing up in more recipes and on restaurant signs. … Continue reading