Tuesday, March 15, 2011

EBook Review - The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining

I  really didn’t plan on writing a post today, but then AJ Wolfe at The Disney Food Blog released the first edition of her new eBook "The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining”.  I’ll tell you now, I’m a DFB fan, and I think AJ is a total doll, but even if I wasn’t pre-biased I would still be singing the praises of this volume.   I bought the book right away, in order to see what The Disney Food Blog had to offer in this next exciting project.   It was worth every penny, and I felt that I just had to share it with you as soon a possible.   If you’re in the process of planning a WDW trip, stop now right now, read the book, and rethink your culinary tour.

"The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining” is a comprehensive guide to eating while on your Walt Disney World vacation.  First timers should not even start to plan without this guide, and Disney veterans will be just as tickled with details and information for all types of eaters.  The typical Disney guide gives you a brief overview of Disney dining, with an explanation of how to make advanced dining reservations, and a list of restaurants available to try.  Usually there will be the author’s opinions and a rating of the establishment.  AJ does that, and goes so much further.

The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining” takes your hand and walks you through the language and scheduling of Disney Dining, then, it helps you build a food budget and gives you examples of pricing.  It takes that information, personalizes it, and helps you compare it to the Disney Dining Plan so that you can make a fully informed decision on what will work best for your family.  Penny pinchers will be thrilled with the suggestions for stretching you food budget while still enjoying the vast array of options offered around the Resort.  All sorts of special needs are addressed with advice on dining with kids (or finding a sitter), with large groups, picky eaters, vegetarian & vegans, eaters with food allergies, Diabetics, and Celiac all will find useful information to make your culinary experience a vacation in it’s self. Want to know how to make a special dinner even more special?  “The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining” covers all the exciting and tasty additions Disney will help you arrange.

I’ve been traveling without my kids lately, so I was excited to read about the fabulous resort lounge options, and signature dining.  AJ even talks about how to get “home” after that drink around the world or very late night monorail crawl.  Need to find a healthier breakfast to stave off the effects of that extra margarita?  AJ has you covered there with a look at good for you eats that taste amazing too.  If you have a Disney food question you can count on AJ Wolfe to answer it. 

This book’s conversational tone is light hearted nature and makes for an easy read while digesting the wealth of information presented.  Her opinions and suggestions are backed with years of research and tastings.  While her reviews of some establishments have a hard edge, I know I can trust that they earned her scorn, and will avoid them in my own culinary adventures.  The photography woven thoughout the pages is a beautiful highlight of this fabulous text.  I got hungry just flipping through it.

The “The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining” is currently only available in digital form as a PDF.  If you have a PDF reader, you will get immediate access to this 250 page text at purchase.  It's digital format will allow updates to be made as Disney changes it's programs, making sure you, the reader, always has the latest information. It also has allowed AJ to incorporate links to even more details and resources across the internet on Disney dining.   If you’re looking for a deeper look at dining in the Walt Disney World Resort, I highly recommend “The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining”.  Download it today.

"To celebrate the grand launch and to thank you for your support of the blog, we’ll be offering the Guide for 20% off its standard rate for one week only! Order your copy now for only $14.95 (regularly $18.95)." -DFB

Disclaimer: No Connection, Unpaid, My Own Opinions 


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