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    Default what Disney foods are you making these days?

    We're making a batch of the Cheese Soup from Le Cellier for dinner tonight. It made me wonder, what Disney foods are you making at home?

    Any favourites that you recommend we try?
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    Crystal Palace Puffed French Toast is good and easy.
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    Tonga toast as a brunch for DH and myself! Soooo good but not so good for the hips! Also Flame Tree BBQ rub for pork steaks, ribs and belly draft. Make a big batch and keeps for months in an air-tight jar.
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    We made the Tonga Toast and the Grey Stuff.

    The Tonga Toast was SOOOO GOOD. At least, I thought so. My wife and daughter don't like the bananas inside, so they preferred it just basically as french toast. And, honestly, it's an amazing french toast recipe without the bananas. The next time I make french toast, i'm totally doing that.

    The Grey Stuff was also really good, but so sweet. We just ate it like mousse, without the cookie or the pearls. I could only do a little at a time.

    One of our family's favorite Disney recipes is the Cali Grill's pork tenderloin w/ mustard butter. I make that at least once a month. I used to straight up grill it, but i've gone to using the sous vide method lately.
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