Cheddar Cheese Soup from Epcot's Le CellierTurkey Legs from WDW Magic KingdomDole Whip from WDW Magic KingdomMonte Cristo from Disneyland's Blue BayouFree beer from Busch theme parks
Hope that jogs some memories and elicits some more nominations.
Here are my nominations (though you took some Robert!)
Red Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Nine Dragons, EPCOT)
Grapefruit Cake (Brown Derby, DHS)
Funnel Cake (Six Flags Great America, its great!)
Ma's Meatloaf (50's Primetime Cafe)
Coca Cola Ribs (Sci Fi Dine in. DHS)
Feduccini Alfredo (Italy, EPCOT)
Giant Drop Bowl (Six Flags Great America)
Chocolate Cake (6 layers) from the Main Street Bakery Magic Kingdom
Chocolate Malt from Mrs. Pott's Cupboard, Magic Kingdom
Character Dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern (I'm a sucker for turkey with potatoes and gravy) Magic Kingdom
For a quick bite, The Electric Umbrella for a cheeseburger. Epcot
And a frozen Coke from anywhere.
Dole Pineapple Float at MK
Taramisu at Italian Pavillion, Epcot
Banana Chocolate Gooey Cake, Mythos
and as Robert says the free beer, its not very often you get something free in a themepark so this is a really good one!!
So here are a few of my favorites:
Chocolate souffle - Victoria and Albert's - Disney's Grand Floridian - expensive dinner but so worth it just to end with this
Pineapple Dole Whip - Magic Kingdom
Philly Cheesesteak sandwich and ice cream shake - The Plaza Restaurant - Magic Kingdom
French toast and Coffee - Kona Cafe - Disney's Polynesian resort
Rainbow snowcones (believe they are called Kakagori) - Japan in Epcot
Moose/Goose juice - used to be a stand in Seuss Landing but it hasn't been open in awhile despite my pleading : )
Chocolate Croissants - Crescent Moon Bakery - Islands of Adventure
Cesari's pizza - Knoebel's
Frozen Iced Tea slushie - Knoebel's
Anything from the Smokehouse Restaurant (but especially the warm apple crisp) - Busch Gardens Europe
Trio platter w garlic breadsticks - Italy - Busch Gardens Europe
Fresh lemonade - Hersheypark
Kettle Corn - Hersheypark - this is the best kettle corn anywhere in my opinion.
Fries from Potato Patch - Kennywood
That's all I can think of for now...need to get lunch - just made myself hungry!!!
PS: Someone mentioned the fetuccini alfredo that Alfredo's in Epcot used to have. Sadly, the restaurant was given a make over and is no longer Alfredo's - and along with the name went the fetuccini (and the prices skyrocketed!)
Buffalo BBQ Fried Chicken Wrap - Mythos, Islands of Adventure
Warm Chocolate Banana Gooey Cake - Mythos, Islands of Adventure
Moose Juice - Seuss Landing, Islands of Adventure
Le Special de Monte Cristo - Blue Bayou, Disneyland
Man, I am getting hungry reading all of these votes...is it dinner time yet???
Another "Extict" Bite: Peanut Crusted Chicken (Tusker's AK)
veggie burger in the rainforest cafe (animal kingdom)
cheesecake from the cheesecake factory in disney quest (downtown disney)
veggie entree from tepan edo (Japan, EPCOT)
Actually, in general the food at the Japanese parks beats pretty much anything in the U.S. Other best bites include the Curry Rice and the Chocolate Mousse at the Hungry Bear Cafe, and the fresh strawberry dessert at the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.
But I'll just campaign for the Gyoza Dogs. Please, Disney, we beg you - bring Gyoza Dogs to Anaheim!
The hot corned beef sandwich at Flanagan's in Universal Studios ( Florida) is also pretty good.
The chicken salad at the Columbia House in Magic Kingdom is great too.
Pineapple Float MK
Blue Berry Muffin (stand outside mission space)
Fish and Chicken (columbia harbour house mk)
All breakfast items in the main street bakery mk
Shogun Combo Japan Epcot
Best Appetizer:Red Wings(MILD/HOT!) @ Boardwalk's ESPN Zone(Ummm, umm, umm!)
Best Entree:Grilled Filet Mignon @ Hollywood Studios Brown Derby(Best Entree at Disney, IMO ofcourse)
Best Dessert:Volcano @ Animal Kingdom's Rainforest Cafe(Need two people to finish it!)
Best Beverage:Classic Ghirardelli Hot Cocoa(Large) @ Downtown Disney's Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop(My goodness it's good!)
"Man I'm gettin' hungry, your fault Robert"