First, I do not consider myself a foodie by any stretch of the imagination. I was a very picky eater throughout childhood and early adulthood. When I lived in Japan, I turned down the “delicacies” in favor of spaghetti. Even now, I’m the sort of person who has a favorite dish at restaurants, and usually orders it. Now that I’m older, I will try new things — when the fancy strikes.
It seems, however, that my Disney dining experiences have managed to push me into the “foodie” category, at least based on the wide variety of foods I’ve tried. I just took one of those quizzes that rates you on the types of foods you’ve had and decides if you’re a foodie or not. I scored a 68% (an “International Food Expert”). That rather surprised me. And as I thought about it, I realized that many of the unusual foods I’d had were thanks to Disney in some form or another.
So I thought it might be fun to make a list of those unusual “foodie” foods that I’ve had (or seen) at Disney World, Disneyland, or on the Disney Cruise Line, as well as some Disney-specific ones. On my Disney foodie list, I get a score of 88% (items I haven’t tried yet are in bold). Take a look at this list and see how much of a Disney foodie YOU are! You don’t have to have tried these at Disney either!