A/N: This was written for @deanjensengirlmaggie’s strange pairings challenge. It’s my first attempt at fan fiction, and it got a little out of control, but I was having so much fun that I just decided to roll with it. Since I have to break it into two parts, I decided to steal another quote from her list of prompt choices and use one in each half. I really hope you enjoy it!
Warnings: Language and some explicit content (sexy but not full blown smutty)
“Dude, what the hell are we doing
here? I’m gonna to get carried off by these pterodactyls,” Dean complained as
he doused himself in another layer of Off Deep Woods.
“Man, quit being a whimp. I can’t
believe you are even complaining. We are somewhere tropical for a change. It’s
not cold. It’s not the end of the world. Just a regular case in a beautiful
country. If a few mosquitoes are the worst we have to deal with, I’ll take it,”
“Yeah, yeah, don’t look a gift
horse in the mouth and all that shit. I get it, Sammy. Still don’t want to get
Zika though.” Dean glanced around at his immediate surroundings and he had to
admit, though he’d never say it out loud, Sam had a point. Belize was something
else. Better than their normal gig, that was for sure. Waves beat against the reef
that stretched under the crystal-clear water right off the coast of Ambergris
Caye and a nice breeze carried the smell of salt right to the boys’ noses and almost
made them forget why they even came. Maybe they could spend a few days and eat
some salbutes, catch a few fish, and throw back a few beers with Eliazar and a couple other locals.
“Tell me again what E said
about these missing fellas on the island,” Dean said at about the same time a
tourist in a neon pink golf cart nearly plowed him down in the middle of Front
I’ve been going back and forth to Japan for the last 25 years, but never had the opportunity to visit Tokyo Disneyland. Until last week.
What an amazing place!
You may not know this, but one of the things that Tokyo Disneyland is known for are its unique eats. Not only do visitors wait in line to get on the rides and attractions here, they get into long queues for the different styles of popcorn, churros and pizzas you can find at different locations around the park! Here’s a look at what we had…
We started with a pizza at Huey, Dewey and Louie’s Good Time Cafe…
It’s sold as a set with fries and drink for a reasonable six bucks…
Shaped like Mickey Mouse, the pizza was topped with bacon, onion, and… as this is Japan… corn!
Then in Tomorrowland, right near the Star Tours ride, you will find the Lite Bite Satellite stand…
Here, we waited for about 15 minutes for a very lightsaber-looking strawberry churro…
And lastly, the food item we went into the Disneyland Japan looking for, from First-Rate Hot Dogs…
Their buzzed-about “Coca-Cola Flavored Pulled Pork and Sausage Hot Dog”…
To be honest, this is more pork chili than it is pulled pork, with the meat cooked in the Coca Cola to add a little sweetness, which is not uncommon, and then also used in the BBQ sauce that tops the dog…
I wish the frank had been grilled instead of boiled, but I have to say, this was quite a tasty treat, especially for a theme park!
On our way out we picked up cookies, ones I joked Luke Cage might appreciate…
And right before exiting, I saw this image on the menu at a restaurant that had one of the longest lines of the day…
Has Disney Japan found a way to genetically engineer eggs with Mickey-shaped yolks?! Maybe that’s what folks were waiting to find out?
All in all, I was quite impressed with the quality, taste and cost of everything we ate at Disneyland Japan!
Mac n’ cheese-
•make it Alfredo mac
•simple meats (like bacon, ham, teeny hot dogs)
•get your little to eat their veggies by adding little bits of broccoli
Extra tip: shaped macaroni inexplicably tastes better
•seasoning (like Rosemary, parsley, paprika)
•make a lazy chicken parmesan with some spaghetti sauce and cheese
•use different yummy breads
•less meat, more veggies for the healthy littles (add more lettuce, cucumbers, carrot strips, and whatever else your little likes)
•sauces (mayo, ketchup, mustard, bbq)
•if your little doesn’t like it grilled, toast it
•use multiple kinds of cheese
•you can even put Mac n’ cheese in the middle
•for chicken noodle, add bunches of different veggies (carrots, peas, and onion bits are yummy)
•tomato soup always tastes better when it’s homemade. Add lots of seasoning. (always pair with goldfish and grilled cheese)
• for beefy soups, add potatoes, carrots, peas, and fresh ground pepper
Add or subtract things for your littles personal tastes