Looking for that perfect peppermint dessert to add to your holiday table? The holiday season at Disneyland Resort is filled with sweets and treats galore, and one of my personal favorite dishes this year is from the Disney Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure Park. The recipe listed below serves six to eight people, and pairs wonderfully with biscotti and a late bottled vintage port wine. This recipe has been converted from a larger quantity in the restaurant kitchens. In addition to this tasty recipe, there are plenty of other delectable holiday eats and sips at Disney Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure Park through January 8,
When it comes time to plan an epic bash, you have to go big or go home. In the '80s there was no shortage of party places to have stellar bashes that were the talk of the town. Beyond the balloons and streamers, were pony rides, go-cart rides, roller coasters, and roller skating rinks. From Peppermint Park to Malibu Grand Prix to Astroworld, read on -- and click through the photos above -- for 11 nostalgic spots where Houstonians used to celebrate their birthday, some defunct and some still around. Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour The ice cream shop with an early s theme had multiple locations in Houston. Offerings included the "Zoo" sundae, delivered by multiple employees to the sound of ambulance sirens, and a free sundae for kids celebrating a birthday. Peppermint Park Housed inside a red- and-white striped warehouse, Peppermint Park was a kiddie heaven on earth.
Thank you for helping me celebrate my Epic day. She came back several time to chech on us. Happy hour dropped drink prices by a buck each and appetizers hit the spot.
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