What happens when a Disney dining fan starts to eat in a whole new way?
I spent 25 years of my life as a vegetarian. Almost all of my Disney trips have been as a vegetarian. One of the great things about Disney is the variety of dining options, including vegetarian choices- pretty much wherever you go. Sure, sometimes it's just one menu option, but many places have a host of veggie delights to choose from. There's always something, and there's also always the ability to talk to a chef and see what kind of special dishes can be arranged. Disney is an easy place for a vegetarian to eat, and as vegetarians well know- you can't say that about many places.
Well... for a variety of reasons (too many and too off topic to get into here), this long-time vegetarian started incorporating seafood into her diet this year. As I was planning my most recent trip- a long weekend away with my sister- I suddenly realized that for the first time, I'd be experiencing Disney Dining in a whole new way. After being a vegetarian for decades- and a park veteran who has pretty much only eaten vegetarian at WDW- I was about to take my first trip to WDW as a pescetarian. This was going to open up a whole new world of dining possibilities for me!
I decided to chronicle this sampling of seafood from around the world, and I wrote a review article based on my experience. I tried to include of variety of spots, including both counter service and table service, with park locations as well as resort dining. Since this was a short trip, several of the hot spots had to be left out due to timing and logistics. (Hopefully, there will be a part II of this review where I get to visit some of the places still on my wish list!)
I was thrilled beyond belief when I found out my article would be featured on the Disney Food Blog- one of my favorite websites, and widely considered to be the fan authority on all things Disney Dining!
I invite you to visit Disney Food Blog, and check out my featured article by clicking below...
That's so neat! What an interesting perspective to write about! I can't wait to read the article :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations! It's a great story.ReplyDelete
Good for you! Visiting from SITS. Been visiting WDW yearly since 2004. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Katy! Yearly since 2004, huh? How fun- you'll be hitting your 10th anniversary soon :)Delete
Stopping by from SITS.ReplyDelete
I live by Disney and I've never had seafood at Disney. I did use to have it at the Jersey Shore when I used to live back in NY!
I would love to try it though I'm not a big seafood fan...