Kind of a vague title, I know. However, that's what I was researching over the weekend. Cruise food. Specifically Disney Magic food.
I have the pickiest family when it comes to food. I'm not even kidding. Our oldest eats pretty much the same thing every. single. day--2 Eggo Chocolate Chip waffles, pbnj, goldfish crackers, either graham crackers or Teddy Grahams, and an apple. All of this before noon. Then he's done until whatever we eat for dinner. He will not deviate from this menu, unless it's chicken nuggets, fries, and dip.
My husband does the same thing, but with different foods...Kinda. Bowl of cereal for breakfast, then packs a lunch to take to work (which pretty much consists of a sandwich, crackers, granola bar, etc.), then whatever we have for dinner.
Our youngest mixes it up a little. Some days he will have eggs for breakfast, or waffles, or cereal. He'll eat apple slices, or raisins. Sometimes crackers.
But getting them to try something new? It's like twisting arms. Well, my husband is pretty easy now; he's come to realize that some new foods are completely awesome, so he'll try new some stuff.
So this weekend, I was meandering about the internet, finding menus and pictures of the foods available on board. Yes, I know, there's so many food options there will be something for everyone. However, I would love to eat in the dining room every night. Which serves "weird" food.
I easily found something on every menu that I would love to try. Escargot is way up there on my list! My husband was looking at a thread on some forums that had pictures of food, and he was completely drooling over desserts. So...desserts are good! And my boys can eat pizza or chicken nuggets every day, I don't care. It's going to be vacation and I refuse to get stressed out about what my kids will eat. One week of eating pizza every meal won't kill them.
I am most excited about the food.
Also, conch fritters in Nassau. I have been told that I have to try them. I have no problems with that.