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The New York Times says the Turkey Leg is Disney’s newest foodie star. I’m a fan of the Pork Shank myself. In fact, just had it for lunch today at Gaston’s in New Fantasyland. While the turkey leg is brined … Continue reading
You’ve heard the rumors, Disneyland guest favorite giant turkey legs are really snipped from the leg of an Emu. That’s not true, but what is true is that the lovely, simple, yet delicious pork shank has made its way to … Continue reading
Lenny DeGeorge, executive chef for concept design, and Maribeth Bisienere, VP Food & Drink at Walt Disney World, discuss the park’s newest hand-held food treat – The Pork Shank at Gastons. The succulent treat is prepared with simple seasonings of … Continue reading
Walt Disney World is known for attracting tourists from around the world to visit it’s beautiful parks and resorts, but in the sports world it’s also known as a world class training facility. Competitors like Olympic Medalist David Payne stop … Continue reading