One thing I would like to see in the American Disney parks is a selection of fresh popcorn in flavors similar to the varieties found in the Tokyo parks (cappuccino, strawberry, coconut, sea-salt, curry, soy-sauce, etc). I like popcorn quite a bit and the various flavors would be fun.
Also, a good BLT is sometimes tough to find...
Apples: carmel apples, WARM apple cider. Apple pie.
Pumpkin: pie of course, but anything including ice cream, coffee, and even beer.
I'm from Cincinnati, I think Oktoberfest - struedel, brats, metts, kraut, cream puffs. (& more beer)
I agree on the regional/seasonal foods approach when it comes to themepark food, id prefer a warm apple cider and a baked snack in the fall/winter when I visit a park than the standard soda and hot dog offerings. Im guessing most of the issue w/ offering a higher-quality of product is due to supposed costs, especially with the mid-range chains(Six Flags, im looking at you!). Dollywood seems to get this right 10 times out of 10 w/ decent food options for everyone.
We'll be able to fit into the smaller seats of those fast rides and walk the park a whole lot longer without tiring out as early, not to mention we won't have to worry about having a heart attack on those thrill rides!
Our kids will need us around to be an example to them of healthy eating habits. California can lead the way since we have a high population that likes asian food even if you're not asian!
Lets start eating healthier America!