Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 2

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 2

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  • Walt Disney World employees, also known as cast members, are trained in the art of creating a positive experience for guests.
  • But some visitors to the famed Orlando park don’t make things easy for the people who work there.
  • Business Insider spoke with eight former Disney World cast members to get an idea of the most annoying guest behaviors.

Demanding “magical moments”

Magical moments are a Disney Parks tradition.

The Disney Information Station defines a magical moment as “a spur-of-the-moment act of kindness between cast members and the guests.” It can be something like a cast member slipping a family a free FastPass or giving a child a free pin or Mickey Mouse sticker.

Jake Kleckner, a former Disney World cast member who worked in Frontierland, told Business Insider that “giving away free stuff” was one of his favorite things to do.

“I did it so much more than I was supposed to because I just thought it was so fun to surprise someone,” he said.

Though the moments are supposed to be spontaneous, cast members often use them to fix problems or cheer up guests — they might give a kid who dropped their ice-cream cone a certificate for a replacement.

But you shouldn’t ask for a magical moment. You’ll just be putting cast members in an awkward spot.

One of the former cast members interviewed said she encountered several guests who explicitly asked for free stuff and magical moments.

“I was like, no, that’s not how that works,” she told Business Insider. “It’s a magical moment because it happens when you’re not expecting it, not when you ask for it.” “Don’t ask cast members for magical moments, because it’s probably not going to happen.”

Another cast member described one magical moment that led to a situation he said left a bad taste in his mouth.

He had just given a kid who was at the park by himself a free FastPass to Splash Mountain to brighten his day, but then a man who had witnessed the magical moment walked up and demanded the passes for his whole family.

“It was just like, I can’t believe you’re taking advantage of the kindness that we have set aside for people who might actually be experiencing a bad time,” he said. “I knew at the back of my mind that if I said no, I’d get in trouble. All he had to do was go tell someone that he asked me for something and I didn’t give it to him, and I most likely would’ve gotten in trouble.”

He said guests shouldn’t ask for free things and magical moments because it goes against the spirit of the tradition and is unfair to cast members and other guests.

My family has received magical moments on two separate occasions.  No, don’t ask me what they were — it was just a cast member doing something nice!!

 

Getting too obsessive about trading pins

A former cast member who worked in Frontierland, told Business Insider that she was sometimes concerned with how older guests went about trading pins with children and cast members.

“Often, they would pick out the best ones for themselves and leave the kids with the ones that weren’t so favorable,” she told Business Insider. “Don’t get me wrong, I understand how pin trading works — it was just sad at times to see younger kids miss out on some great pins as a result of older people wanting these.”

This particular cast member said she would purchase pins herself to give to younger guests.

“Often, kids would work so hard for pins,” she said, “and they really deserved these.”

Sometimes cast members have encountered pin hunters who’d interrupt them in the middle of a rush or even grab their shoulders to get their attention.

“They’d be like, ‘Can I please see your pins?'” he said. “I’d be like, ‘Of course you can.’ But what I wanted to say was: ‘Don’t touch me. Your fascination with the pieces of metal around my neck is not more important than my personal space.’ I never got to say that.”

Pins are fun to collect and this cast member said he kept his collection. But he said some guests’ “obsessive” behavior about the pins was enough to make him uncomfortable.

“We got in trouble if we didn’t wear our pin lanyards,” he said. “But truly and honestly sometimes I just left mine in my car.”

For myself and my family, none of us have gotten into pin collecting.  I do have a few that I have collected but I don’t go out of my way to find pins.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from Business Insider)

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BALEADAS.

Baleadas is a traditional Honduran dish composed of a flour tortilla, often quite thick, folded in half and filled with mashed fried red beans(a variety of beans native from Central and South America). It originates from the north coast of the country; Aside from beans, there is a whole variety of ingredients that can be added to the Baleada. The most common types of baleadas are the baleadas sencillas (simple baleada) which has crumbled cheese and mantequilla. Other common variety of baleada is the baleada mixta (mixed baleada) which has the same as the baleada simple but with an addition of scrambled eggs. Many other people add sausageplantainhot sauceavocadochickenpork and chimol which is diced tomatoonion and bell pepper. The big Honduran towns often have more than one restaurant that sells baleadas

There are different kinds of baleada according to the ingredients chosen by the customer or the region of Honduras.

  • Simple baleadas (refried red beans, cream/crema, cheese)
  • Special baleadas (refried red beans, cream/crema, cheese, scrambled eggs)
  • Super special baleadas (refried red beans, cream/crema, cheese, scrambled eggs, chicken, ground meat or sausage)

In the region of Olancho and Ocotepeque the special baleada is served with all of the above and “carne asada” (grilled meat).

The Bay Island of Utila, off the coast of La Ceiba, adds pickled onions and creole (criollo) cheese to the beans

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Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 1

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 1

  • Walt Disney World employees, also known as cast members, are trained in the art of creating a positive experience for guests.
  • But some visitors to the famed Orlando park don’t make things easy for the people who work there.
  • Business Insider spoke with eight former Disney World cast members to get an idea of the most annoying guest behaviors.

Walt Disney World cast members interact with a ton of guests every year — as many as 20.4 million people visited the park in 2016.

But for employees, also known as cast members, not every interaction with a guest is going to be positive and seamless.

A former cast member who worked in the Magic Kingdom, told Business Insider that most guests were perfectly nice to cast members. “But at the same time, a lot of people can be really testy,” according to this particular cast member.

“People have just spent this much money to have this wonderful vacation and come to Florida, and then all of a sudden they get to the park and they realize ‘Whoa, my family and I maybe have to stand in line for 20 minutes,’ or ‘It’s raining, and now the ride’s closed down,'” And there is this, “A water’s $3, so they get thirsty and they say, ‘I just spent four grand on a hotel — how is the water $3?'”

Business Insider recently spoke to eight former cast members who participated in the Disney College Program at Disney World. Here are the annoying guest behaviors they said they wished would stop.

Getting mad while waiting in line

 

At Disney World, the lines can get long, and heat and boredom can cause tempers to flare.

But one former cast member who operated rides like The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and The Mad Tea Party, told Business Insider that now that she had worked at the park, she’d “never get upset at a merge point, when a cast member lets all of the FastPass line go and not standby.”

“There’s a certain expectation in terms of how that is done — and knowing that, I am more than willing to be patient with the cast member at merge because I know they’re just doing their job,” she told Business Insider.

Ignoring cast members’ instructions — especially when it comes to safety precautions

“A lot of guests sort of ignored safety-related directions,” a former cast member who wrote “Devin Earns Her Ears: My Secret Walt Disney World Cast Member Diary,”.

This cast member, who worked in Frontierland, said she often helped with crowd control during park parades. She said she felt uncomfortable when she had to ask guests to move to a better location and often got attitude in response.

Employees sometimes encounter guests who are reluctant to comply with requests like moving strollers to the side to avoid blocking foot traffic.

“We don’t tell people what to do just for the sake of doing it,”. “Disney is very devoted to safety and making sure that guests are happy and in a safe zone. We don’t do it for fun — it’s so everyone can enjoy the park and the parades in a safe manner.”

Debating height requirements for rides

“You’ll have guests try to argue about the height requirement when they’re at the front of the line,” another former Disney cast member, told Business Insider. “You’ll have guests who try to stuff their kids’ shoes.”

This employee worked at the Epcot attraction The Sum of All Thrills, which allowed guests to design a simulated roller-coaster experience.

The ride had two height requirements: You had to be 48 inches tall to ride and 54 inches tall to use the feature that would flip the attraction upside down.

As a result, she often encountered people who’d try to persuade cast members to look the other way when it came to height requirements.

“I once had a family tell me that they had come all the way from Brazil just so their 3-year-old could ride that ride,” she said, “which I kind of doubted.”

Fortunately, Disney World’s website allows you to check which rides have height requirementsbefore you waste your time waiting in line and bugging cast members.

Stay tuned for more information in Part 2 of this series.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from Business Insider)

 

Entrance of Toy Story Land

Entrance of Toy Story Land

Another character statue arrived at Toy Story Land overnight…

 

Standing nearly 20 feet tall, Woody leans on the Toy Story Land entrance marquee. Woody is tipping his hat (which measures 7’ feet, brim to brim) next to the marquee, which is made out of blocks and a 4-foot-tall yo-yo.

The grand opening of Toy Story Land is right around the corner! Here’s a glimpse of the new Toy Story Land entrance marquee you’ll see when guests enter the new land in June at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Toy Story Land opens June 30th at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  Yippee, can’t wait!!

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information and photos from WDW News Today)

 

 

 

 

NEW ATTRACTIONS AT EPCOT

NEW ATTRACTIONS AT EPCOT

Plans were just unveiled at the D23 Expo that EPCOT will receive not one, but two new attractions inspired by popular films.

First, a “Guardians of the Galaxy”-inspired attraction will be added to Future World, keeping in line to the original theme of Epcot’s Future World as the place to experience the excitement and adventure offered by space travel.

The new “Guardians of the Galaxy” attraction – Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! – debuted at Disney California Adventure park earlier this year to rave reviews from guests. Epcot’s brand new E-ticket attraction will be based on the rockin’ and action-packed world of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and is the next step in how guests can encounter these characters at the Walt Disney World Resort.  Peter Quill (aka Star Lord) actually visited Epcot as a kid! (Note: This new attraction will replace the current Universe of Energy attraction, which closed on August 13, 2017).

Second, a Disney Pixar’s “Ratatouille”-inspired attraction will also be added to the France Pavilion in World Showcase. The attraction will expand the French pavilion. Similar to the 4-D attraction Ratatouille: The Adventure that opened at the Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris in 2014, guests will be able to shrink to Remy’s size and scurry to safety in a dazzling chase across a kitchen with the sights, sounds and smells of Gusteau’s legendary Parisian restaurant.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

According to Disney leaders, both attractions will open in time for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort in 2021.  Yay!  Yet, another reason to visit Disney World.

(Information from Disney Parks Blog)

 

 

tamarind

As most ancient foods do, tamarind has a long history of medicinal uses. Many involve easing stomach discomfort, aiding digestion, and use as a laxative. Tamarind preparations are used for fevers, sore throat, rheumatism, inflammation, and sunstroke. Dried or boiled tamarind leaves and flowers are made into poultices for swollen joints, sprains, boils, hemorrhoids, and conjunctivitis.

Similar to the natural gums and pectins found in other foods, the sticky pulp referred to earlier contains non-starch polysaccharides, which contribute to its dietary fiber content. They bind with bile to help flush waste through the colon, decreasing the chances of it sticking around.

Each 100 grams of tamarind contain 36% of the thiamin, 35% of the iron, 23% of magnesium and 16% of the phosphorus recommended for a day’s worth of nutrition. Other prominent nutrients include niacin, calcium, vitamin C, copper, and pyridoxine.

Tamarinds also contain high levels of tartaric acid, just as citrus fruits contain citric acid, providing not just a zing to the taste buds, but evidence of powerful antioxidant action zapping harmful free radicals floating through your system.

Other phytochemicals found in tamarinds include limonene, geraniol (a natural antioxidant with a rose-like scent), safrole (a natural oil also found in sassafras), cinnamic acid, methyl salicylate (a plant essence with counter-irritant properties), pyrazine, and alkyl­thiazoles (natural flavors and fragrances derived from plants and vegetables). Each brings its own flavor and/or healing property to the fruit’s overall make-up.1122spring cypress

New Play Disney Parks App Coming This Summer

New Play Disney Parks App Coming to Walt Disney World Resort This Summer

Guests can soon explore Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort in a whole new way using the all-new Play Disney Parks app! Coming this summer on iOS and Android, guests can play in the parks like never before using this soon-to-launch mobile app to access exclusive experiences at both locations through activities that interact with the surrounding environment. The app will be free to download.

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With the touch of a button, wait time turns into play time with family and friends at certain locations. And the more you explore in Disney parks, the more there is to discover on the app.

Since the launch of My Disney Experience at Walt Disney World Resort in 2013, Disney continues to reinvent digital offerings at its parks around the world. The My Disney Experience app, a guests’ go-to vacation companion, has continued to evolve – including the Get Directions feature, Online Check-In and the recently launched Digital Key. Guests are also loving the Disneyland App, Disney MaxPass and soon mobile order at Disneyland Resort – currently available at Walt Disney World.

Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations and features may vary by handset or service provider. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first.

My Disney Experience, in my opinion, has been fantastic!!  My family and I have used it since it first launched to plan all our Disney vacations.  Can’t wait to try the new Play Disney Parks App when it comes out this summer!

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from allears.net)

 

New Menu Items at Various Dining Locations in Epcot – Part 2

New Menu Items at Various Dining Locations in Epcot – Part 2

The Refreshment Port near the Canada pavilion has two new offerings on their menu. First is a Traditional Poutine with hot French fries topped with beef gravy and cheese curds. A Signature Poutine offers French fries topped with Canadian cheddar-bacon sauce and cheese curds.

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Liberty Inn in the American Adventure Pavilion has added Fried Shrimp and a Fried Chicken Sandwich with lettuce, pimento cheese, and smoked bacon to their menu.

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If you’re in the mood for something on the lighter side, try the new Cobb Salad with warm chicken, green apples, avocado, tomatoes, cucumbers, hard-boiled eggs, blue cheese, and bacon, topped with a sherry vinaigrette pictured at the top of this post. For dessert (pictured below), there is a brand new Apple Pie Cheesecake and a Marshmallow Cookie Crunch Cupcake.

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They all sound awesome!  I wonder if any of them have Weight Watchers approval?  LOL.  Can’t wait to try a few of them, especially the Marshmallow Cookie Crunch Cupcake!
If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!
(Information taken from wdwinfo.com)

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The health benefits of hibiscus tea include relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune system, and inflammatory problems. It helps to cure liver disease and reduces the risk of cancer.

Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

Blood Pressure Management: A report from the AHA (American Heart Association) that was published in November of 2008 states that consuming hibiscus tea lowers the blood pressure in pre-hypertensive and mildly hypertensive adults. It also states that 1/3 of adults in the United States suffers from high blood pressure, which is also called hypertension. A study conducted by Odigie IP suggests that it has anti-hypertensive and cardio-protective properties that can be beneficial to people suffering from hypertension and those at high risks of various cardiovascular diseases.

Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, hibiscus tea can reduce blood pressure by up to 10 points, according to research done at Tufts University in Boston. For this drastic improvement to occur, you need to consume three cups every day for a few weeks. Also, hibiscus tea has diuretic properties that increase urination, simultaneously lowering blood pressure.

Lowering Cholesterol: Hibiscus tea also has impressive antioxidant properties. It helps to lower levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol from the body, thereby helping to protect against heart disease and protecting blood vessels from damage. The hypolipidemic and hypoglycemic properties of hibiscus tea can be beneficial for those who suffer from blood sugar disorders like diabetes. A research study conducted on patients with type II diabetes suggests that consumption of hibiscus sour tea lowers cholesterol, triglycerides and low density lipo-protein cholesterol, which helps to manage this unpredictable disease.

Protects Liver: Research studies have also suggested that the antioxidant properties of hibiscus tea may also help in treating liver disease. Antioxidants help to protect your body from diseases because they neutralize the free radicals present in body tissues and cells. Therefore, we can confidently say that drinking hibiscus tea could increase your lifespan by maintaining good overall health in many organ systems.

Anti-Cancer Properties: Hibiscus tea contains hibiscus protocatechuic acid which has anti-tumor and antioxidant properties. A study conducted by the Department and Institute of Biochemistry at the Chung Shan Medical and Dental College, in Taichung, Taiwan suggests that hibiscus slows down the growth of cancerous cells by inducing apoptosis, commonly known as programmed cell death.

Anti-Inflammatory and Antibacterial Properties: Hibiscus tea is rich in ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C. It is an essential nutrient required by your body to boost and stimulate the activity of your immune system. Hibiscus tea is also known for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Therefore, it prevents you from catching the cold and flu. Hibiscus tea is also used to treat discomfort caused by fever, due to its cooling effect.

Menstrual Pain: The health benefits of hibiscus tea also include relief from cramps and menstrual pain. It helps in restoring hormone balance as well, which can reduce other symptoms of menstruation like mood swings, depression, and overeating.

Antidepressant Properties: Hibiscus tea contains vitamins and minerals like flavonoids which have antidepressant properties. Consumption of hibiscus tea can help to calm down the nervous system, and it may reduce anxiety and depression by creating a relaxed sensation in the body and mind.

Aids Digestion: Many people drink hibiscus tea to improve digestion. It increases both urination and bowel movements. Since it has diuretic properties, it is also used to treat constipation, which helps you lose weight and improve the health of your gastrointestinal system and avoid colorectal cancer.

Satiates Thirst: Hibiscus tea is also used in the same way as sports drinks in order to satiate thirst. For this purpose, an iced form of hibiscus tea is typically consumed. Many people include it in their diet since this variety of the tea has the ability to cool down the body very fast. Also, it is rich in medicinal properties, like being a diuretic, which flushes out excess fluids and toxins from the body and guarantees that you will perform at your best!

Weight Loss: Hibiscus tea is also beneficial for losing weight. If you consume food that is rich in carbohydrates, that means that it contains sugar and starch, so you are likely to gain weight. However, research studies have suggested that hibiscus extract lowers the absorption of starch and glucose and may help with weight loss. Hibiscus inhibits the production of amylase, which helps in the absorption of carbohydrates and starch, so drinking hibiscus tea prevents that absorption from occurring. Therefore, hibiscus tea is found in many weight loss products.

Good for Both Summer and Winter: You can drink hibiscus tea as either a hot tea or an iced tea. If you want to keep yourself warm in the winter, brew it and drink it straight away. It only takes few minutes to make. In case you do not want to drink it hot, perhaps in the summer, you have the option to drink hibiscus-iced tea. It takes about 20 minutes to prepare it properly, and then you can cool yourself off in a healthy, refreshing way.

Great Taste: Hibiscus tea has a taste that is very similar to cranberry juice. It can definitely be described as tart, so you can add sugar or honey to increase the sweetness. Also, you can try adding spices like cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and ginger depending on your taste preferences.

Hibiscus Tea — Side effects

Although hibiscus tea is a health enhancer and a natural weight loss booster, there are some possible side effects you should be aware of.

Blood Pressure: The health benefits of hibiscus tea include lowering blood pressure (anti-hypertensive property). Therefore, it is not recommended for people that already have low blood pressure, a condition called hypotension. It may cause faintness, dizziness and can even damage the heart or brain if it is consumed by an individual with low blood pressure.

Pregnancy and Fertility: Hibiscus tea is not recommended for pregnant women, particularly due to its emmenagogue effects which may stimulate menstruation or blood flow in the uterus or pelvic region. For those undergoing hormonal treatments or taking birth control pills, it is recommended to consult your health specialist regarding any consumption of hibiscus tea, and let him give you a yes or no.

Hallucinatory Effect: Some people may feel intoxicated or experience hallucination when drinking hibiscus tea. Therefore, you should be somewhat cautious until you know how your body react to the tea. Don’t drive a car or try anything particularly dangerous until you know what its effects are on your system.

Allergy: Some people might develop allergic reactions such as itchy red eyes, sinus, or hay fever when consuming hibiscus tea.

Not many people are aware that almost 15–30% of hibiscus tea is composed of organic acids. These acids are malic acid, tartaric acid and citric acid. These acids are commonly found in many fruits such as grapes and wine. They help in boosting immunity, promoting better skin, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, managing inflammation, and improving digestive issues. Hibiscus tea has diuretic and choleretic effects, thus controlling blood viscosity by reducing blood pressure and enhancing digestion.

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New Menu Items In Epcot – Part 1

New Menu Items at Various Dining Locations in Epcot – Part 1

There are some new menu items being cooked up at some of your favorite quick service dining locations in Disney World’s Epcot Park!

First, over at Sunshine Seasons in The Land pavilion, there are some new breakfast items you might want to try. On the healthier side is a “Breakfast Broccoli and Egg-White Soufflé served with a multigrain croissant and fresh fruit.” There is also a “Breakfast Croissant Sandwich with eggs, bacon, and Colby Jack on a flaky croissant and served with a side of breakfast potatoes” on the menu.

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Stop by later in the day for lunch or dinner to try the new “Rotisserie Turkey Breast Club Sandwich with roasted turkey breast, bacon jam, and avocado spread served on fresh ciabatta bread.” There’s also a new “Tuna Poke Salad; a noodle and wakame seaweed salad topped with tuna poke, spicy mayonnaise, and sweet soy.” Lastly, the BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich is sure to be a hit served with coleslaw then garnished with a fresh, crisp pickle.

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At Electric Umbrella in Future World/Innoventions East, guests will find a new Mojo Pulled Pork Burger, a Brisket Sandwich, and a Vegetable Quinoa Salad as new additions to the menu. The Mojo Pulled Pork Burger is served with a cilantro and lime aïoli. The Brisket sandwich includes a tasty beer cheese sauce.

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The new Veggie Quinoa Salad adds a vegetarian option for guests consisting of quinoa, riced cauliflower, pickled carrots, cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes, edamame, and agave-lime dressing.
It all sounds so yummy!!  The only problem — finding the time to try all of the new items!  Stand tuned for Part 2 of New Menu Items in Epcot!
If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!
(Information from wdwinfo.com)