The Disney Parks Blog announced that both Disney theme park resorts in the country will be celebrating Black History Month with “Celebrate Soulfully” menu items, and several Disney Springs restaurants will celebrate this Black culture. I am participating in the celebration.
Throughout February, Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort will celebrate Black culture through food, featuring dishes inspired by Disney Cast Members. While you’ll find special menu items throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, restaurants at Disney Springs offer some unique dining options.
We will prepare all the special menus for February.
The Celebrate Soulful menu at Disney Springs includes:
Amoret Patisserie Soul Petit Cake ($22.00) ・ A chocolate chiffon cake inspired by the movie “Soul” is sandwiched with dark chocolate mousse, raspberry pâté de fruit, and white chocolate crispy pearls.
BB Wolf’s Sausage Company Chicken Jambalaya Dog ($11.99) – Chef Toon created this distinctive menu item in honor of a mother who raised 12 children. The mother used creative cooking strategies to provide her children with delicious and affordable meals, such as chicken her jambalaya stew served over rice. That her family meal has been reinvented by Chef Her Toon as a chicken jambalaya dog topped with smoked her sausage, roasted her corn, lemon capers her aioli on a Tuscan roll. This menu item serves as a fork and knife meal rather than a handheld item.
Chicken on the Egg ($15.00) and Fried Sweet Potato Pie ($10.00) at Jock Lindsey’s Hunger Bar – Chef Dee has two options for Disney Springs guests. Chicken on the Egg is a deviled egg topped with buttermilk-fried chicken and a hot honey sauce. Fried Sweet Potato Pie is a sweet potato stuffed pastry served with spiced cinnamon sugar. Served with a drizzle of maple bourbon sauce and roasted pecan crumble.
The Daily Poutine’s Jamaican Jerk Chicken Poutine ($10.49) – Chef Kima has created this menu item in honor of her family’s history in Jamasia. It includes sweet and hot jerk marinated chicken, pineapple salsa, scotch bonnet aioli, and fries.For those concerned about the spice level of this poutine, Jerk He thought it was low for his chicken.
Soulful Sweet Pralines from The Ganachery ($10.00) – This tribute to the movie Soul includes a custom dark chocolate encrusted pecan praline with a design based on the instruments and decorations featuring Joe from the movie.
The Polite Pig’s Soulful Chef Special ($19.00) – Customers who order this meal will receive a plate of fried pork belly, picuriz, homemade beef empanadas and avocado aioli.
Vivoli Il Gelato Candied Yam Cannoli ($7.50) and Carver’s Peanut Butter Explosion ($19.00) – Cannoli with candied yam starts with a crisp Italian shell stuffed with sweet ricotta cheese and candied yam and topped with pecan nuts. Carver’s Peanut Butter Explosion is a peanut butter milkshake topped with chocolate drizzle, whipped cream and chocolate peanut butter cake.
Local Greens Orlando Food Truck – All year round, this food truck offers quality vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian menus such as Monsta Shrimp Burger and Rappers Delight Salmon Philly. In February’s “Celebrate Soulfully,” this food truck will be located near the entrance to the Orange Garage.
Are you hungry after reading this? Which “celebrate soulfully” food items look best on you? Why not come and try these and other limited-time foods this month?Let us know in the comments below