"While mid-century fare in America may have been humdrum, Walt's world of food was filled with fantasy and color; he was committed to making the dining experience at Disneyland entertaining—just like the rides. He was among the first in the world to have a themed restaurant and we take a look at his unexpected role of restaurateur. Marcy will also probe into what Walt ate at home . "
Sat. December 12, 10:30am to 11:30am, free, registration required.
Culinary Historians of Southern California
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