Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Great News!! Via Napoli in the Italy pavilion at Epcot is now selling pizza by the slice (full pizzas are not available) now through May 28, 2011.
You may place your order at the podium to the left of the restaurant's main entrance.
Items on this limited edition Menu are:
Cheese Pizza, $4.50
Pepperoni Pizza, $5.25
Mini Cannoli, $3.50
Soda – Coke, Sprite and Diet Coke, $2.50
Dasani Water, $2.50
For a limited time, this location will be treated as a quick-service restaurant option on the Disney Dining Plan.
Hours of operation: noon-8 p.m., except on Fridays during Extra Magic Hours (EMH) when the pizza window will be open noon-9 p.m.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
We are excited to share with you about a fabulous find for your upcoming Disney trip. Check out the links over at the right, and you'll find Mollygram.
Mollygram is a full-service custom children's clothing company specializing in applique shirts of all kinds. With hundreds of fabrics and appliques available, Mollygram can create a custom outfit for your next Disney World, Disneyland, or Disney Cruise vacation. Currently, they have over 40 different Disney-themed designs available on their website, with more planned for the future.
And be sure to tell her Main Street Memories sent you!!!
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Ok, here's the deal! I love the Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats.
No......I mean. I LOVE....totally LOVE....like...get super happy.....LOVE them!
So, when I saw this pan at Wal-Mart....I nearly flipped my lid!
I have been saving this little craft for Spring Break...and was so happy to have a "down day" with nothing planned.....and as I type...it is 2:43 pm and we are all 3 still in our pj's.....and I am totally cool with that!
So, let's get started!
Easy! Melt your butter and your marshmallows together. ON LOW. Do not burn them.
While you are waiting on these to melt, go ahead and get everything else ready.
You will need 6 cups of Rice Krispies measured out and ready.
Then, spray the pan. I love this Crisco cooking spray. It sprays so easy...and does not have a "taste" to it! Easy!
When your marshmallow/butter mixture is ready.....and I mean VERY melty......go ahead and add your Rice Krispies.
STIR QUICKLY.....and then putting them into the sprayed pan.
This needs to happen fast (this is why it is important to have it all ready....)
It's hard to believe.....but the ENTIRE recipe will fit into this one pan! Yes, this is pure Mickey Mouse goodness!
Now, don't worry, if it mounds over, while you are putting it into the pan. This is good.
You want it to mound over, so that you can "pack" it in there.....so it will take a good, solid shape!
Ok, then, let it sit for about 10-15 minutes, so it can become a little more "solid".....let the Rice Krispies become one :)
Flip the pan over (I recommend onto wax paper)
And, tada!!! MAGIC!!!!
How fun in the world are these!!!!
**And, note....this thing is HUGE!!! My little helper LOVED them :) Can you tell!
And if you are wild, you can dip it in chocolate!!!
3 Tablespoons Butter
1 Package (10 oz. or 40 marshmallows)
6 Cups Rice Krispies
Melt butter on low. Add Marshmallows until completely melted.
*While melting, prepare pan with butter or cooking spray.
Quickly add Rice Krispies.
Pour into prepared pan.
Have a Magical Treat!
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
This is a super fun announcement!
Disney Cruise Line has made a "minor" adjustment (pun completely intended) to its height requirements for the AquaDuck on the Dream. The minimum height requirement for kids will drop from 48 inches to 42 inches. To ride alone, however, the height requirement increases from 48 inches to 54 inches. Also, kids must be at least 7 years old to ride alone. Children under seven must ride with someone who is at least 14 years old.
A fun note: the reason for the change is mostly because the "too little weight" can sometimes slow down or stop the raft in the ride tube.
**Oh, if all of our problems were that we had "too little weight" :)
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Later this spring, face-to-face meetings with Mickey Mouse will move into a permanent new location at Town Square Theater, located inside the current Exposition Hall area at the entrance of Magic Kingdom® Park.
You will be able to obtain a Disney's FASTPASS® ticket specifying a one-hour window when you can return to see the popular character for hugs, photos and autographs -- without waiting in the standby queue. This marks the first time the complimentary, computerized service has been utilized for a character meet-and-greet at any Disney Park.
Inspired by animated shorts such as The Nifty Nineties and Mickey's Grand Opera, this building befits Mickey's stardom -- with a grand-Victorian-theater elevation, including a marquee that glistens with gold-leaf trim and sparkles with lights. Inside, there's a mosaic floor, lush curtains with gold rope tie-backs and polished-brass chandeliers.
Imagineers are creating new elements and surprises for your Clients, including an interactive queue -- with an extra touch of Disney magic -- and highly themed retail shops.