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“The Art of Vacationing” considers what would happen if Goofy planned a vacation to Disneyland. A loving homage to the classic Goofy “Art Of” how-to animated shorts, this is a real cute video from Disneyland that deserves to go viral. … Continue reading
Disney has released a whole series of videos highlighting recipes from this year’s EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival. Here are a few of my favorites, I can’t wait to get home and try them. [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5Ub5h8365Y width=520 height=294 rel=0]
For a decade, the pastry chefs at Walt Disney World and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort have built a 16-foot gingerbread house each holiday season. Ellen, The Gingerbread Lady, has shown thousands of guests how she makes gingerbread houses. Now, she … Continue reading
Tinker Bell is celebrating her new movie release by sharing how to make a birdfeeder by tinkering with a few lost things. By using things you can find around the house, you’re helping save the planet by recycling what you … Continue reading