“Food” & Garden Flash Report! – The Finale

This is it, folks! Twenty pre-ranked food items down, and only one last surprise to add to the list of the vanquished – or, should I say devoured? – delights. How could we not have the Dole Whip with spiced rum?

The reviews I have seen on the ‘net have suggested that there is only a meager dose of rum included in this little bit of ‘heaven’. Frankly, I’m not sure what those people are expecting. It’s not drowned in rum, no. It has just the right amount to offset the sweetness of the pineapple soft-serve.

If you get down here to visit “Food” & Garden, give this one a try. If you’re a Dole Whip (or a rum) lover, you’re going to love this!

Oh, and I will be posting the FINAL All in WDW “Food” & Garden Top 20 in a day or so. First, I need to get back home and re-start my diet! Second, I need to crank up the All in WDW “super-computer”. I’m going to need its help in order to figure out how to rank this huge group of delicious-ness.

Dole Whip With Rum

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(19) Goat’s Brie

OMG, this one was all sort’s of goat’s cheese and puff pastry “goodness”.  Pre-ranked at #19, I couldn’t have been more wrong.  The melding of the pastry, the cheese, and the kumquat chutney was simply luxurious.  It was an epic struggle not to go buy four or five more of these delights.  Simply ‘YUM’!

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(17) Cheddar Cheese Biscuit

The biscuit was just a little bit salty, but this morsel was good, nonetheless.  I do think you need to be a bit of a smoked salmon fan to truly appreciate it, however.  Not one that I need to have again but was worth the one-time shot.

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(13) Tomatoes with Mozzarella

Very refreshing, but not quite as noteworthy as Florida’s watermelon salad. Still, it’s a quick, simple, tasty bite.


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(18) Tomato Tart

Call this one a meatless pizza that’s not a pizza. Made of phyllo dough, the crust was fall-apart delicate. It surprised us, too, as Mrs. All in WDW and I didn’t even know that it was phyllo until we tried to cut it up to split it.

I had no particular problem with the ‘non-bread dough construction’ other than that the phyllo felt out of place. I was glad to have it, though. It took the taste of the pâté out of my mouth.